In D.B. Sieders' Raising the Dead, Vivian had not asked for this life. She had not asked to be alive, yet trapped between the world of the living and dead. She came into this gift following an agreement, a debt she had taken on in the hope to spare someone she loved. Her powers were… Continue reading Book review: D. B. Sieders – Raising The Dead (@DBSieders)
In S F Benson's Cursed Hearts Kelsie wanted more in her life than what her species allowed. She had grown up surrounded by humans hearing tales of love, and she wanted it for her own. But succubi weren't allowed such emotions, and with her abilities being uncontrolled it seemed the was fated to become a… Continue reading Book review: S F Benson – Cursed Hearts (@BensonShantella)
In Crysta Levere's Vitality, at nineteen Ava was starting over, again. Lured to Aberdeen by a voice heard as whispers in the throes of madness. She is determined to put her unstable past behind her. Here no one knows her past, her hardships, her secrets. She was doing fine too until her housemate took her… Continue reading Book review: Crysta Levere – Vitaltiy (@LevereCrysta)
In Alan W Thompson's Abomination Desolation, William had sacrificed almost everything to destroy Cenetics. Even his wife had looked upon him with disgust as she realised what he had done. He had been labelled a terrorist and placed in a facility where visitors were forbidden. A vision warned him of what is still to come,… Continue reading Book review: Alan W Thompson – Abomination Desolation (@CrtnAbomination)
In Ed Ryder's Jack Gilmour: Wish Lawyer Jack's future was determined by a rather unique case, forever changing his life, and that of his future clients. He knows more about demon contract law than any other, especially since most lawyers wouldn't take such a contract seriously. This time, however, he has bitten off more than… Continue reading Book review: Ed Ryder – Jack Gilmour: Wish Lawyer (@Ed_Ryder7)
In Melissa H Coleman's, Hidden City of Alchemy, Albert has been watching Lizzy for two years, protecting her from the shadows, but when she fled wearing the blue ring he knew he had failed. With her mother missing, and a family secret that could spell the end of all, Lizzie must quickly discover her heritage,… Continue reading Book review: Melissa H Coleman – Hidden City of Alchemy (@melhnorthauthor)
In S. Lynn Helton's Power Awry Namid is busying herself helping to rebuild her former home, Rhadanthus, which was turned to all most ruin following the wake of her former adventure. With winter drawing in, time to create a safe shelter was running out, but little did she know the coming of Spring would bring more… Continue reading Book review: S. Lynn Helton – Power Awry
A wonderful review of Darrienia by the amazing people at Literary Titan (@LiteraryTitan). a big thank you to them for taking the time to read my work x
‘Darrienia: A Fantasy Adventure (Forgotten Legacies Book 1)’ is a perfect novel for readers who love fantasy and young adult fiction. The mild action in the book, great characterization, and swift development of the plot are some of the features that made the reading experience worthwhile. The reader is taken on an expansive adventure where only Elly knows the destination.
K.J. Simmill’s style of describing events paints vivid pictures for the reader to visualize the story. I love how bravery emerged from some unexpected characters. We’re introduced to Elly at the start of the book. She has lived many lives and has been through numerous experiences in her life. One of the most memorable things she had accomplished was to assist Marise, the aggressive assassin she had trained. I liked Elly because she seemed sharp and smarter than most.
I like how diverse K.J. Simmill’s characters are. They gradually, and…
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In D.W. Saur's, The Last Christmas, three suitcases were all Sara's life had amounted to, and these had been waiting for her on the porch when she got home, along with a note from her husband terminating their marriage. Without a plan, she got in her car and drove. She had no idea where she… Continue reading Book review: D.W. Saur – The Last Christmas (@DW_Saur)
In Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait's, Ashera of Kingswood, the forest known as Kingswood had been cried by Ashera's own tears and those of her mother. She had protected it, guarded its inhabitants, and looked after the people. But all that changed when the king took a wife. An unnatural winter descended across the land bringing suffering… Continue reading Book review: Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait – Ashera of Kingswood (@CherylRushCowp1)