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Book review: Julia Sutton’s The School of Dreams (@booksbyjulia72 )

Sophie, Evelyn, Juliette, Ann, and Will, five people from completely different walks of life, from rich spoilt housewife to struggling single mum, oppressed teenager to a woman jaded by the hand life dealt. They have nothing in common, except for the fact they all enrolled in the same English degree. Each is in pursuit of… Continue reading Book review: Julia Sutton’s The School of Dreams (@booksbyjulia72 )

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Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Doom (@Jina_Bazzar)

Roxanne thought she was free. Yes, she was contracted to the Hunters but she could live her life without looking over her shoulder, without worrying she would be dragged back to the PSS to endure more of their brutal experiments.  Her so-called clan had left her in their clutches for 9-years, sacrificed her to keep… Continue reading Book review: Jina S. Bazzar – Heir of Doom (@Jina_Bazzar)

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Book review: Joy Johnson – The Death Dealer Diaries

Mal knew what it was like to lose people. Her father vanished when she was young, and her mother disappeared during her tenth winter.  But that was the way of the world. People vanished, hunted by Reapers who descend where humans gather. Survival was a daily struggle, thankfully it was one she did not have… Continue reading Book review: Joy Johnson – The Death Dealer Diaries

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Book review: Jo Wilde – The Crossing

Micki O'Sullivan had messed up, and with a step-father who can't stand children, let alone teenagers, it was just the excuse he needed to have her shipped off to her father in Eastwick. It would be a new beginning for her, but little did she know this little Louisiana town harbors a dark secret, and… Continue reading Book review: Jo Wilde – The Crossing

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Book review: Tricia Copeland – Kingdom of Embers (@tcbrzostowicz)

In Tricia Copeland's Kingdom of Embers, Alana Scott moved a lot. Her mother was looking for something but refused to reveal what. It was her final year of school, but at least she had moved just in time to complete cheerleader tryouts, earning the scorn of the current team captain, but bullies were the least… Continue reading Book review: Tricia Copeland – Kingdom of Embers (@tcbrzostowicz)

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Book review: M.L. Lloyd – Perils of Immortality

In M.L. Lloyd's Perils of Immortality, Harry Higgins was overdue his sleep in the status deep sleep system, but since the Winter purge the systems which allowed these ancient humans whose conscious had transcended mortal flesh, to retain their sanity, had been offline. As much as he hated to admit it, the fevers and hallucinations… Continue reading Book review: M.L. Lloyd – Perils of Immortality

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Book review: Jarrod L Edge – Zeta 6 (@E7Prophecy)

In Jarrod L Edge's, Zeta 6, an origin story, the discarded 6-3-9 carbon alloy plated cyborg remembered nothing. It ran, unaware of how it knew which path to take, or how it knew the things it did. The most essential things, those seeming most important were those it didn't know, such as who it was,… Continue reading Book review: Jarrod L Edge – Zeta 6 (@E7Prophecy)

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Book review: Eve Gaal – Penniless Souls (@EveGaal)

The recession had hit hard. Already Penny could see houses on her estate popping up for sale as desperate people tried to make a sale, and then there was the dreaded foreclosure sign opposite, almost mocking her as her husband broke the news he had lost his job. With their daughter, Lani, being almost 20… Continue reading Book review: Eve Gaal – Penniless Souls (@EveGaal)

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Book review: B. Roman’s Before the Boy (@BMoonSinger1)

Billie Nickerson hadn't been ready to die, but what parent is? This was different though, it hadn't been her time, she hadn't yet fulfilled the duty to her son and passed on all he would need to know, all that would make him the hero the future yearned for. A simple mistake ensured the karmic… Continue reading Book review: B. Roman’s Before the Boy (@BMoonSinger1)

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Book review: Crysta Levere – Vitaltiy (@LevereCrysta)

In Crysta Levere's Vitality, at nineteen Ava was starting over, again. Lured to Aberdeen by a voice heard as whispers in the throes of madness. She is determined to put her unstable past behind her. Here no one knows her past, her hardships, her secrets. She was doing fine too until her housemate took her… Continue reading Book review: Crysta Levere – Vitaltiy (@LevereCrysta)