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Book review: Alterni by Sunshine Somerville (@kynacoba )

Esme was trapped, locked in a room with nine very different versions of herself. None of whom seemed to have the faintest idea what was happening. There was but one constant, they were all her, and yet each one was different. When released from her prison she saw something in the eyes of those who… Continue reading Book review: Alterni by Sunshine Somerville (@kynacoba )

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Book review: The Maker by D. F. Anderson

A separation and then divorce is difficult enough for any child, but for a new man to be abruptly inserted to Nate's life as his new 'dad' was too much. Then came the mysterious parcel, the visions, the graphic drawings transferred from mind to page in terrifying reality. Not to mention the strange behaviour of… Continue reading Book review: The Maker by D. F. Anderson

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Book review: Possessed by a Shadow by Ron Williams

Danielle doesn't know much about her father, only that he must have been a bad man. Her mother rarely spoke of him, only that he had hurt her. At the time she was too young to understand her conception had been the result of rape. On a visit to her uncle, her mother's brother, Danielle's… Continue reading Book review: Possessed by a Shadow by Ron Williams

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Book review: Embellished by Karen Glista

Travis is a gamer, he and his friends are battling the evil forces plaguing Orian. But their healer abandons them, leaving them a man down. Desperate for the rare drop Travis turns to his sister, Bekka for aid. Unaware her participation will forever change her life. Bekka rarely leaves her room, suffering form the all-consuming… Continue reading Book review: Embellished by Karen Glista

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Book review: Deadly Secrets by Gordon Bickerstaff

Gavin is an influential and recognised scientist, who uses the lab at the university to investigate enzymes. His own motivations causing him to become renowned in the field. It was this affinity to his work that saw him integrated into a secret government organisation, to be called upon when his particular area of expertise is… Continue reading Book review: Deadly Secrets by Gordon Bickerstaff

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Book review: Venators: Through The Arch by Devri Walls

Venators: Through the Arch is a supernatural / epic fantasy written by author Devri Walls There's no such thing as vampires, and werewolves are a tale spun from the imagination of authors. The supernatural does not exist. At least that is what Rune thought, hoped. Yet every time she saw something portraying this mystical nature… Continue reading Book review: Venators: Through The Arch by Devri Walls

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Book review: What I love about Dublin by Amanda Laneley

What I love about Dublin is due for release on October 15th, and I warn you, it is an addictive, engrossing, contemporary romance. I was thrilled to be approached by the author Amanda Laneley  who asked if I would be interested in reading a pre-release copy. Sara has fled to Dublin, escaping the life she… Continue reading Book review: What I love about Dublin by Amanda Laneley

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Book review: Displaced by Stephen Drake

Displaced is a dystopian, fantasy sci-fi written by Stephen Drake and is the first book in the Displaced series. Murdock's upbringing was considered anything but normal to the masses, raised by his father and uncle he was taught to hunt, to be a survivor. When he awakes on a distant planet he knows these skills… Continue reading Book review: Displaced by Stephen Drake

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Book Review: Dusk and Summer by Joseph Pinto

Dusk and Summer by Joseph Pinto is a beautiful heart warming story. Written in the first person narrative and combining tragedy with seeds of urban fantasy. It follows the heartbreaking tale of a son sent on a final request from his father, as he lies dying. "Find me from Tolten." This last adventure is one… Continue reading Book Review: Dusk and Summer by Joseph Pinto

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Book review: Battle of the Bannockburn: The Saga of Thistles and Roses (The Warrior Queen Book 3) by Karen Gray

Karen Gray remains to date my favourite author, and that is not a position I offer to just anyone. I find Karen's work to be the very essence of fantasy at its best. She brings to life an enormous cast of characters, each with depth, backstory, and involved history. The stories themselves are emotionally gripping,… Continue reading Book review: Battle of the Bannockburn: The Saga of Thistles and Roses (The Warrior Queen Book 3) by Karen Gray