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Book review: Mari Collier – Man, True Man (@child7mari )

Teacher had an impossible task. With the death of his predecessor and the predicted Star Shift, a heavy burden was placed upon his shoulders. It was said he would either save or condemn their world. To do so he must discern who the True Man and the True Foe is. To put his faith in… Continue reading Book review: Mari Collier – Man, True Man (@child7mari )

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Book review: Jesse Wilson – Nightworld ( @Jesse_Wilson_ )

Derek was a gamer. The fact he preferred old-school consoles over the modern-day VR had never really bothered him. He hated the thought of being stuck inside a game, nothing could get him to change his mind. Nothing, except for his sister threatening to disclose his phobia to everyone. Her proposal was simple, one hour… Continue reading Book review: Jesse Wilson – Nightworld ( @Jesse_Wilson_ )

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Book review: C.A. King Hope after Death (@PortalProphecy)

Hope wanted to blend in, she wanted to be a normal Banshee like everyone else. Their hair was a beautiful white, but hers was red. Stained with blood, cursed, a precursor to the horror she would bring, said her peers. It was all too much for a child to take. Why she was different was… Continue reading Book review: C.A. King Hope after Death (@PortalProphecy)

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Book review: Keri Kruspe – An Alien Exchange (@keri_kruspe)

Aimee was alone. Bored of her life, and with co-workers she had no incentive to befriend, her only real joy came from snuggling down at the end of the night with a good alien romance. But it appears there was more to these books than fiction. When she finds herself abducted and propositioned for the… Continue reading Book review: Keri Kruspe – An Alien Exchange (@keri_kruspe)

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Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts: Seventh Death (@MsJoeyBug)

Tara was more than a little excited at the thought of six weeks alone while her dad went on his comeback tour. There were rules, but what he didn't know wouldn't hurt him, right? But things don't always go as planned, a few days into her freedom and her life is turned upside down with… Continue reading Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts: Seventh Death (@MsJoeyBug)

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Book review: Jason L. Henderson -Shadows in the Night

Mary had been placed on desk duty following an incident that had put the town in an uproar. For almost four weeks she sat at her desk wondering the fate of her career. She was almost thankful when the chief sent her back to the field. Her sleepy town had become a hotspot for strange… Continue reading Book review: Jason L. Henderson -Shadows in the Night

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Book review: The Persistence of Memory – Karen Janowsky (@Karen_Janowsky )

Daniel never normally connected with people, and those who pursue him usually were just in love with his history. He was Lionheart, a super-soldier who survived the Nazis, experiments, manipulations, and somehow found himself propelled through time. When he met Nina, however, he couldn't explain the attraction. It was as if he'd known her forever,… Continue reading Book review: The Persistence of Memory – Karen Janowsky (@Karen_Janowsky )

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Book review: War – A.G. Kirkham

Maddie had always loved music, she put part of herself into every concert, every song, every note. It was a part of her, right up until the day someone ripped it from her. Her abduction had been the most terrifying moments of her life, and whilst she had been rescued a part of her, the… Continue reading Book review: War – A.G. Kirkham

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Book reviews to come

Hi everyone. Just a quick note to say that tomorrow I will be posting a number of book reviews. These are for books that are now available but I read and reviewed through Readers' Favorite prior to their release. I guess I felt the need to tell you as, sadly, I still haven't perfected my… Continue reading Book reviews to come

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Book review: Obehi Dibua – Crimson Night

When Nosu called her princess everything changed for Osezele. She had only admired him from afar, but it wasn't just their relationship that changed, everything did. She had lived a sheltered life, her knowledge of the marked was limited to the small snippets her mother had allowed her to know which, considering the lengths she… Continue reading Book review: Obehi Dibua – Crimson Night