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Book review: Laura Diaz De Arce – Monstrosity: Tales Of Transformation (@QuetaAuthor )

Monstrosity is a collection of short stories by Laura Diaz De Arce. The general theme is one of transformation/ metamorphosis /change, be it physically or emotionally. I enjoyed each one of these stories, all of which highlight the author's own diversity. From swamps to space, the settings and stakes are varied. I don't often read… Continue reading Book review: Laura Diaz De Arce – Monstrosity: Tales Of Transformation (@QuetaAuthor )

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Book review: Michael C. Sahd – The Unfettered Child (@MichaelCSahd)

Orin had risked everything, his position as chief, the respect of his peers, even the favour of the spirits when he returned with a healer to save the life of his wife and unborn child. The task had seemed impossible, and a stillbirth had devastated him. He begged, pleaded, for Samara to do something, and… Continue reading Book review: Michael C. Sahd – The Unfettered Child (@MichaelCSahd)

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Book review: Cassandra George Sturges- Pretty Blue Ball

Pretty Blue Ball is the first book in Cassandra George Sturges’ Jungle Beauty Goddesses series. To celebrate their seven millionth birthdays, the septuplets, Sahara, Kalahari, Qattara, Namib, Sinai, Chalbi, and Afar were to be gifted with a planet ball, so they may develop and nurture their own planet. It was an exciting time for the… Continue reading Book review: Cassandra George Sturges- Pretty Blue Ball

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Book review: P G Badzey – Eye of Truth

There was a prophecy, a song of heroics and danger to come, of rising heroes, and a dark rider. On their quest to learn the truth and the meaning of this cryptic verse, Dar Cabot and his motley crew soon discover there are more dangers and secrets within their own ranks than they could have… Continue reading Book review: P G Badzey – Eye of Truth

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Book review: Anita Dickason – Not Dead (@anita_dickason)

When four year old Mandy Norton is abducted from her own back yard, Chad Bishop springs into action. A big city cop in a small town knows just the moves to play, unfortunately, so too does the new editor of the Tribune. Butting heads over the disappearance Chad learns a horrific truth, this feisty reporter… Continue reading Book review: Anita Dickason – Not Dead (@anita_dickason)

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Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

Sarah had known there was trouble in her marriage for a long time. Even before the devastation she faced on finding out her brother had died. It stemmed from the fact that, for some unknown reason, she and her husband were unable to conceive and he was not open to any alternative. When an invitation… Continue reading Book review: Debbie De Louise – Sea Scope (@Deblibrarian)

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Book review: JD Stanley – The Seer (@jdstanleywrites)

The rule of the Red King, Barry, has driven the people of Edenshire, to the brink of devastation. Even the Seer can divine only destruction before them, and it is a path he himself had brought to pass. He had ended King Manfred's reign by his own hand, and ensured Manfred's daughter, Brigit, became his ward,… Continue reading Book review: JD Stanley – The Seer (@jdstanleywrites)

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Book review: Michele E. Northwood – Fishnets in the Far East (@northwood_e)

Michele had longed to be a dancer, but when she was accepted to be a dancer, as part of a troupe going to Korea, she was a little apprehensive and with good reason. This male-dominated society gave no quarter. Naïve, inexperienced, and shy she soon learns she must take life into her own hands or… Continue reading Book review: Michele E. Northwood – Fishnets in the Far East (@northwood_e)

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Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – Die Every Day (@GFBickerstaf)

When Zoe Tampsin is told about a recent murder her heart borders on breaking. Conflicting emotions bubble within her. She has been given a duty, to ensure the killer pleads guilty. But it soon becomes apparent there is more to this case than meets the eye, and far more to her involvement than a simple… Continue reading Book review: Gordon Bickerstaff – Die Every Day (@GFBickerstaf)

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Book review: D.L. Dugger – The Fantastic Phantasmic Detective Agency (@dl_dugger)

When the Fantastic Phantasmic Detective Agency undertook a case to find a missing ghost they had no idea what they would find themselves involved in. Joseph Green is not the only missing ghost, and his disappearance is not due to the standard exorcism. Someone is employing a medium to capture the spirits using a method… Continue reading Book review: D.L. Dugger – The Fantastic Phantasmic Detective Agency (@dl_dugger)