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Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

Pandora died on the day she was born. She had been out celebrating her twenty-first birthday with her brother and best friend. Unfortunately, she had been separated from them. But the last day of her life became the beginning of a new and possibly eternal chapter. There was more to her death than a random… Continue reading Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

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Book review: Little Girls Sleeping – Jennifer Chase (@JChaseNovelist)

Katie wasn't sure of her place when she left the army. Her previous employment and her familial connections meant she at least had some time to find out. Working as an admin was different to the action-packed life she had been used to. It wasn't long, however, before a cold case revived a ghost from… Continue reading Book review: Little Girls Sleeping – Jennifer Chase (@JChaseNovelist)

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Book review: The Quest – Karina Kantas (@KarinaKantas )

Thya had left it all behind and had a new life on Earth. Part of her wanted to remain, to stay safe. She wanted to have a life with Alex, to be a great mother, to keep him safe. So when the crystal began to glow, warning a Tsinian had come to Earth, the feared… Continue reading Book review: The Quest – Karina Kantas (@KarinaKantas )

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Book review: Enlightened – Billie Kowalewski (@Enlightened31 )

Harmony is a student at the best school known in existence. It teaches life lessons and experiences. This school is known as Earth. Classes are sent to experience different lives, and learn from them. But while they are there they don't know any of this, they are simply living. This absence of recollection is thanks… Continue reading Book review: Enlightened – Billie Kowalewski (@Enlightened31 )

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Book review: Piggybacker – Mikki Noble (@missmikkinoble )

Marley had no idea what had happened. It was the first anniversary of her father's death, and life was starting to feel almost normal again. Then she was accused of trying to kill herself. She had no memories of that day, but she knew with certainty this could not be true. She would never try… Continue reading Book review: Piggybacker – Mikki Noble (@missmikkinoble )

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Book review: Borrego Moon – Kat Drennan (@KatDrennan )

Years had passed since Alex had removed himself from Lily's life. She had made something of herself. She was a hot-shot lawyer, and one of the partners in the firm was actively seeking her hand in marriage. He had proposed, but she had been unable to give an answer. When a body was uncovered back… Continue reading Book review: Borrego Moon – Kat Drennan (@KatDrennan )

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Book Review: Blood Relic – Lucretia Stanhope @DianaS58

Alice had been clear. She did not want to be used by the PPK's military. She detested the part of herself capable of killing. She would not be their killer. But when witches started showing up, used and tossed aside, something had to be done. There was talk of an ancient magic, blood relics, and… Continue reading Book Review: Blood Relic – Lucretia Stanhope @DianaS58

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Book review: Jeff Altabef – Devil’s Den (@JeffAltabef ) 5star

Steve's mother saw demons, and now he does too. Returning home in the hope to discover answers he soon finds himself on a mission that will bring him closer to the truth than he could imagine. He has spent years battling demons, both figurative and literal ones, but he finally came home, only to receive… Continue reading Book review: Jeff Altabef – Devil’s Den (@JeffAltabef ) 5star

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Book review: Robert E Kreig, The Brides of Woodmyst (@robertekreig )

The ascension of the Magi, as prophesied, came to pass, and word is spreading quickly, too quickly. War grips the land, innocents are being slaughtered, and against her every wish Alice must remain, and work on the bonds with her new sisters in magic, letting countless suffer. But this is but one of the many… Continue reading Book review: Robert E Kreig, The Brides of Woodmyst (@robertekreig )

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Book review: Diane May – EVO (@DianeMayWriter )

Marchiori had seen more than his fair share of murders, in his job it was to be expected. But never before had he seen anything like this. With all the markings of a rapidly escalating serial killer time is of the essence. And with the latest turn, the killer himself has given them a deadline… Continue reading Book review: Diane May – EVO (@DianeMayWriter )