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Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – Thorfinn and the Witches Curse (@JayVBatista)

In Jay Veloso Batista's, Thorfinn and the Witches Curse, it started long ago when a witch was slain, but for Finn, his troubles began when he visited the tower where she met her demise. He hadn't even wanted to go if only he'd listened to his instincts and stayed away. He knew of the witch's… Continue reading Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – Thorfinn and the Witches Curse (@JayVBatista)

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Book review: JB Michaels -The Horde (@jbmichaels11)

Our favourite fake-British accented Californian is back in a gripping new adventure in JB Michaels' The Horde. Bud, Mauve, and Ivy may have bitten off more than they can chew. They thought things were improving after their showdown with the Vestal Virgin, that things would get better. They could not have been more wrong. They… Continue reading Book review: JB Michaels -The Horde (@jbmichaels11)

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Book review: C.J. Pyrah – Legacy (@cjpyrah )

Torben had worked on the farm for almost his entire life. Amos had taken him in, and as much as he kept promising he would leave and pursue his own life he couldn't stand the thought of the man who raised him losing everything. Winters had been hard,  harvests bad, if he left he knew… Continue reading Book review: C.J. Pyrah – Legacy (@cjpyrah )

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Book review: D.M. Cain – A Chronicle of Chaos (@DMCain84)

When it comes to battle Chaos is amazing. He had defeated more enemies than his peers is highly skilled, well practised, and thought to be one of the best in the land. The problem was he knew it.  Having grown up believing himself to be the child of prophecy fated to bring the downfall of the… Continue reading Book review: D.M. Cain – A Chronicle of Chaos (@DMCain84)

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Book review: Ron Root – Nexus Moons

When a magical experiment goes disastrously wrong Lavan, headmaster of the art university finds himself in deep peril. His research suggested a power similar to the ancients could be found at the time of a Nexus moon, and he intended to investigate luring his old friend, Magus Jarek Verity, along. The two had been inseparable,… Continue reading Book review: Ron Root – Nexus Moons

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Book review: Mari Collier -Marika (@child7mari)

Marika had been left a tidy sum by her father. One her mother was using to fund the Haven. Over the years the law changed allowed her to inherit what was rightful hers, and such was the start of her trouble. With her inheritance came another gift, the truth about her origin, and a warning.… Continue reading Book review: Mari Collier -Marika (@child7mari)

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Book review: Lisa Lowell – Ley Lines (@LisaLowell15)

All Gailin wanted to do was help people. She had dedicated her life to learning healing, to treating the sick and injured. But when a patient dies she is convicted of witchcraft and sentenced to hang by the neck until dead. What looked to be the end of her life wound up to be a… Continue reading Book review: Lisa Lowell – Ley Lines (@LisaLowell15)

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Book review: Willliam David Ellis, Kisses Of My Enemy

In Willliam David Ellis, Kisses Of My Enemy, the nameless one had been sealed in Tartarus long ago. The key entrusted to humanity. Occasionally, from time to time, there are those who find the means to unlock this prison, liberating the terror from within. Now is one of those times. With Germany set to fight… Continue reading Book review: Willliam David Ellis, Kisses Of My Enemy

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Book review: Tanor Costa – Dawn of the Cloaks (@Tanor_Costa)

For years there had been relative peace. The Hamen line ruled. With Eloy on the throne, things appeared calm. But how things appear upon the surface speak nothing of the undercurrents. War is coming, and it will take no prisoners,  except for those held within its thrall. Eloy is about to discover that there is… Continue reading Book review: Tanor Costa – Dawn of the Cloaks (@Tanor_Costa)

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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