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Book review: The Ancient Order – JB Michaels

When thirty legionaries and a priest go missing following a request for information on the Christian God, and this new religion, what is to be done? Simple, you send Magnus, proven and respected warrior, to investigate. His journey leads him to an unsettling discovery, where an impossible show of brute force is just the start… Continue reading Book review: The Ancient Order – JB Michaels

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Book review: Making History – Bruce Polky

At the age of six, you are given a PAD. This piece of technology is integrated into your life, you can do nothing without it. They never fail, they never go faulty. Or at least that's what they would have you believe. There was one chip distributed that was faulty, but they would never admit… Continue reading Book review: Making History – Bruce Polky

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Book review: Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider – Ellen C Maze (@authorellenmaze )

The problem with writing a good book is you never know how far it will reach, nor the impact it will have on those who read it. Beth was used to the somewhat overzealous fans, but what she wasn't prepared for was a visit from a monster straight from her tales. He marked her for… Continue reading Book review: Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider – Ellen C Maze (@authorellenmaze )

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Book review: The Boston Metaphysical Society: A Storm of Secrets by Madeleine Holly-Rosing (@MHollyRosing )

Jonathon was pleased to have his daughter home again, but her return was not the easy transition he had hoped. Although her visions had not returned, she and her new husband had barely been under his roof when news of Jonathan's older brother, Hal, and his impending visit arrived, followed by a prompt attempt on… Continue reading Book review: The Boston Metaphysical Society: A Storm of Secrets by Madeleine Holly-Rosing (@MHollyRosing )

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Book review: The Knowing – JB Straton’s Story – Brit Lunden (@caroleproman )

JB had known from the moment his eyes first met Ellie's that they were meant to be. His grandma had called what he experienced the knowing. He was drawn to her beyond anything he had before experienced. She was a rich Yankee, he a poor peanut farmer with only the promise of an unfulfilled dream… Continue reading Book review: The Knowing – JB Straton’s Story – Brit Lunden (@caroleproman )

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Book review: The Emissary – Tamara Veitch and Rene DeFazio (@OneGreatYear )

Atitalan Emissaries had been sent to guide humankind in evolution. They had been selected to leave their land, to die and be reborn for the span of a Great Year Cycle. They were to guide Humankind, but they should not have been aware of their identity, their mission. But Quinn was, he remembered his time… Continue reading Book review: The Emissary – Tamara Veitch and Rene DeFazio (@OneGreatYear )

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Book review: The Case of the Tattooed Buttocks – Alan Hardy (@AlanWilliamHard )

When a blonde beauty arrives uninvited and expressing she has news only to be shared in Cullot's presence, you can bet it means trouble. Although murder probably wasn't what most of the guests at oil magnate, Mr. Henry Barble's, mansion were expecting. The details seem a little hazy, tattoos, underwear, no two stories seem to… Continue reading Book review: The Case of the Tattooed Buttocks – Alan Hardy (@AlanWilliamHard )

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Book review: King of the Nine Hells – Dean Klein

There are some books that should never be read. Some power and promises that are better left undelivered, lost in the flow of time. Such could be said about the Imprecation Sortairii. Forged in the dark ages its power is both ancient and terrifying. When an antique bookshop owner happened across it he could hardly… Continue reading Book review: King of the Nine Hells – Dean Klein

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Book review: Destination: Unknown – Joey Paul (@MsJoeyBug)

Harriet's life was anything but normal. Since her mum's diagnosis, life had changed. Her home, her responsibilities, and her school, everything was different. She was a student, a carer, and now, it seemed, a time traveller. It happened early one morning, a ghost appeared and beseeched her aid. Back in the 1900s her father had… Continue reading Book review: Destination: Unknown – Joey Paul (@MsJoeyBug)

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

Onward the group proceeds through the black door. Onward in their quest and... around in circles? Surely that can't be right. But that is exactly what is happening. The latest Black Door seems to be a trap, sealing them within a strange labyrinth. Tempers rise and passions stir as they find themselves trapped. But as… Continue reading Book review: Vazdrag – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait )