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Book review: Libby Doyle’s The Vengeance Season

Zan knew loving Rainer was dangerous. She had known it for some time. Every time it was his turn to fight in The Turning she feared he may not come back, especially now Lucifer, Rainer's father, had upped his game. Long had his father forsaken Balance and embraced only Destruction. He had made it his… Continue reading Book review: Libby Doyle’s The Vengeance Season

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Book review: Daniel J. Strait Zondura (@daniel_strait )

Nakiata was a shadow of thought, or SOT, master. Her birthmark linking her to an ancient prophecy had seen she became the only female trained in this arte, and she was skilled indeed. Having located and inserted a key for the Black door she and her ally, Dravone, stepped through, entering a new world, and… Continue reading Book review: Daniel J. Strait Zondura (@daniel_strait )

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Book review: Sidney Gray – The Ashen Queen

Sofia's family had not been noble, but because she was born on a specific day she was to be their future Queen, and their status has risen. Sofia, born to be queen, didn't feel she was ready for the role, in fact, she didn't want it. All she had wanted was a normal life, to… Continue reading Book review: Sidney Gray – The Ashen Queen

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book review: Nicholas Rem – Exodus in Blush (@thewritingremmy )

It had only been four years since the Hummingbird's last slaughter, and now rumours of his return are circling, cutting through the communities just as his own Blush does through those he wishes to destroy. There was another rumour too, one that states the Hummingbird mutated a select few, turning them into Cardinals, but this… Continue reading book review: Nicholas Rem – Exodus in Blush (@thewritingremmy )

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Book review: Savannah Jezowski – After (@SavannahJez )

Conrad Ellis the Third, or Eli as he was known, was a spook. Spooks assisted the Royal Guard by turning the creepers loose in the Neverway and keeping them outside the city. But Eli had an uncanny sense when it came to them, he could smell the, sense them coming long before anyone else could.… Continue reading Book review: Savannah Jezowski – After (@SavannahJez )

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Book review: C. Wain, A Prayer for the Necromancer

Kaze had been sentenced to death, but his foes, including the High Mage King himself and the resources at his disposal, had greatly underestimated his abilities. Dark magic had been banished from the kingdom along with any who had once practised it, and Kaze's crime was returning, or at least that was the reason presented.… Continue reading Book review: C. Wain, A Prayer for the Necromancer

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Book review: Kildare’s Dreamwander

The diagnosis had been both expected and a shock. Dementia. Cillian had suspected for some time his mind has been betraying him, hadn't he? With this label under his belt though he found slipping into the strange reality much easier. Gone were the wrinkles, the aches, the pains. In their stead was a quest, a… Continue reading Book review: Kildare’s Dreamwander

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Book review: Robert E Kreig’s The Shadow Of Woodmyst (@robertekreig )

Alice Gyfford, Kayl'sro of the Agrodien, and a daughter of Woodmyst, was young, someone a person would hardly believe was capable of the feats she had already accomplished. She had more blood on her hands than even the most seasoned warriors. She had protected her homeland, regardless of the cost. Now she turns her focus… Continue reading Book review: Robert E Kreig’s The Shadow Of Woodmyst (@robertekreig )

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Book review: The Desert Botanist by Jennifer Stone (@JenStone4485 )

Erica had agreed to leave behind her luscious homeland as part of a cultural exchange and learning experience with the desert dwellers. She was excited at the thought of learning what new plants and remedies could be revealed in their harsh climate. She had not expected everything she had witnessed, even Amira’s own attitude, to have… Continue reading Book review: The Desert Botanist by Jennifer Stone (@JenStone4485 )

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Book review: O.Z Diggs Himself Out by Ron Baxley Jr. (@RonBaxleyJRofOz )

O.Z. Diggs the seventh, descendent of Oz the Great and Terrible Wizard, like all male heirs in his family, was cursed by the wicked witch of the West. Or so the story which had been passed through many generations had been told. He was the storyteller now, and the last of his line, fated by… Continue reading Book review: O.Z Diggs Himself Out by Ron Baxley Jr. (@RonBaxleyJRofOz )