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Book review: The Ruin of House Hornbolt by Ivy Smoak and Ryan Hauge (@IvySmoakAuthor) (@RyanHaugeAuthor)

Terric had grown up hearing tales of brave knights and great warriors. He wanted nothing more than to follow suit, to begin his own epic journey, and yet fate was against him. Born as the second son of the House of Hornbolt he is destined to swear his oaths and become a priest. Nothing could… Continue reading Book review: The Ruin of House Hornbolt by Ivy Smoak and Ryan Hauge (@IvySmoakAuthor) (@RyanHaugeAuthor)

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Book review: Frole – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait)

The prophecy spoke of those who must be found, but not of what must be endured. As life and death hang in the balance the small group of heroes finally find the black door to their next destination, but it is a place they were expected, a place where it seems their every move is… Continue reading Book review: Frole – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait)

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Book review: Danny Bell – Empty Threat (@ElanaRuthBlack )

Elena Black has always escaped into a good book. Only her escape isn't like yours and mine. No, she takes the meaning to a whole new level, delving into the very world the creations are born from. But when she decides that things within those worlds need to change, that the stories she enters and… Continue reading Book review: Danny Bell – Empty Threat (@ElanaRuthBlack )

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Book review: Eve Gaal – Penniless Hearts (@EveGaa)

Fed up with her humdrum life where she is overworked, taken advantage of, and underappreciated Penny feels like its time for a change, time to reignite the spark she once felt. So when Dan, a handsome charming pilot, woos her she is on his trip to Hawaii before she has time to think. Leaving behind… Continue reading Book review: Eve Gaal – Penniless Hearts (@EveGaa)

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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: 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: S. Lynn Helton – Power Awry

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

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Book review: Sarah Ashwood – Knight’s Rebirth (@1sarahashwood)

In Sarah Ashwood's Knight's Rebirth, Sir Buckhunter Dornley was renowned. He travelled, attend tournaments and came away victorious. Women fawned over the knight, men spoke of his great deeds, and yet no one was ever able to catch his eye. There was a reason for this, of course, he loved his life of hunting dragons,… Continue reading Book review: Sarah Ashwood – Knight’s Rebirth (@1sarahashwood)

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Book Review: S. Lynn Helton – Duplicity of Power

In S. Lynn Helton's Duplicity of Power, Namid had spent a long time hiding who she was. She had left that life behind and embraced her place in the Shadowers. But when her path crossed with the son of a renowned lord her life would be forever altered. He had something unusual in his possession,… Continue reading Book Review: S. Lynn Helton – Duplicity of Power