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Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

In Andrew Smith's Jon Ridley The Beginning, seventeen years old, Jon Ridley, was always amazed when it seemed people knew his name. He wanted nothing more than to get home, but the longer he travelled the hazier his memories became. He had hoped to vanquish the great demon Gargoran but had barely escaped with his… Continue reading Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

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Book review: Matt King Eternity’s Instrument

In Matt King's Eternity's Instrument, Micah Dawson was a powerful angelcaster, a person who could channel the power from one of God's angels that can be used to alter the world in a way that appears to be magic. When the silver alien sphere arrived one Monday morning it changed his life. He was to… Continue reading Book review: Matt King Eternity’s Instrument

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Book review: MJ Gaylor – The Seventh Trail

In MJ Gaylor's The Seventh Trail, Owenton had fallen. The Master brought this news with grimness, speaking of beasts who conquered the walls of Owenton with ease and brought with them a plague before their attack to render defences almost useless. The Master came to the clockmaker Bisbee's home to warn of the danger to… Continue reading Book review: MJ Gaylor – The Seventh Trail

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Book review: Melissa H Coleman – Hidden City of Alchemy (@melhnorthauthor)

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)

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Book review: Rod C. Spence – Jeremy Austin and the Paladin (@RodCSpence)

When six teenagers are escorted at weapon point through a portal to the planet Genesis, 2.4 million light years from Earth, it was always going to spell trouble. It was the type of trouble that hadn't been bargained on. A prophecy had told of a beacon and the coming of a paladin to protect Genesis… Continue reading Book review: Rod C. Spence – Jeremy Austin and the Paladin (@RodCSpence)

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Book review: The Oldest Enemy – Micheal J Webb (@mjwebbbooks)

Pastor David Lighthouse had to do something. The events he had seen unfold were too similar to those he had witnessed before, events which had surrounded his own fiance and haunted him to this day. He was certain he could do something the police could not, find answers. Although they were answers not everyone would… Continue reading Book review: The Oldest Enemy – Micheal J Webb (@mjwebbbooks)

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Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter

Nena knew the gods would one day choose a man for her, but at nineteen it seemed they were waiting. In earnest, Nena had no qualms about this delay. She loved her life as a warrior, the feel of a weapon in her hand, the thrill of battle. All the things she loved about her… Continue reading Book review: Nena – Ann Boelter