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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 )

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Book review: Lady Saera’s The Wizard of Crescent Keep

It all started at a curiosity shop, where curiosity really did get the better of Christopher English. He found an old chest, locked, sealed, and seemingly empty. He knew he had to have it, to find a way to open it and discover what was hidden inside. They say curiosity killed the cat, in this… Continue reading Book review: Lady Saera’s The Wizard of Crescent Keep

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Book review: T.L. Howard’s The Final Choosing

It had taken his last moments in this world, but he recorded the truth. Perhaps his record would be the only copy of what had been done, and in turn what he had done. Evidence, scriptures, it all was to be destroyed so no one would almost destroy the world itself in an attempt to… Continue reading Book review: T.L. Howard’s The Final Choosing

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Book review: Richard Nell’s Kings of Paradise (@rnell2 )

His mother had given everything she had to protect him. Born Noss touched there were those who would call Ruka cursed. Children like him were not allowed to live in some places, although some northern laws protected them from the death sentence that people were all too willing to preach was right. She loved him,… Continue reading Book review: Richard Nell’s Kings of Paradise (@rnell2 )

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Book review: Holland C Kirbo’s A Flame in the Night

The birth of her sister's child stirred a gift Laykyn had never imagined. All it took was one touch of the newborn and she had a vision, one of fire and violence. A dangerous force sought the child, but why any would wish to harm a baby was beyond her. Then there were the dreams,… Continue reading Book review: Holland C Kirbo’s A Flame in the Night

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Book review: Wilbert Stanton’s Gears of Fate (@wilbert_stanton )

Zak Walker, a fringe rat living on the outskirts of the slums and doing dangerous labour in the hope to look after his sister, could never imagine the plan fate has for him. He only wanted to protect his sister. His father, since their mother left, is a mean and violent drunk, and Zak had… Continue reading Book review: Wilbert Stanton’s Gears of Fate (@wilbert_stanton )

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Book review: Kate L. Mary’s The Outliers (@kmary0622 )

Indra was an Outlier. She was nothing, less than nothing within the city walls. For three years she had worked for Saffron, inheriting her mother's position of House Maid when her mother became too sick to work. Now it fell to her to provide for the family. She learnt quickly how to protect herself from… Continue reading Book review: Kate L. Mary’s The Outliers (@kmary0622 )

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Book review: Anthea Sharp’s Spark: Feyguard Book 1

Spark Jaxley was a professional gamer, and boy did she draw in the crowds. With the upcoming release of FullD and the awesome game Feyland, her schedule was more hectic than ever. The last thing she needed was to cross paths with a Hacker, intent of finding the cheats and selling them before the game… Continue reading Book review: Anthea Sharp’s Spark: Feyguard Book 1

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Book review: Robert E Kreig’s The Huntress of Woodmyst, (@robertekreig )

Alice was the very image of her father, from her looks, to her heart. She had even taken his old sword and learnt from the blacksmith in order to melt it down and make something more suitable for her to wield. Recently her thoughts had turned to concern, her home was expanding, the forest was… Continue reading Book review: Robert E Kreig’s The Huntress of Woodmyst, (@robertekreig )

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Book review: Darren Hultberg Jr’s Realmbound

Dark, terrifying, horned demons emerged the world over on the day the world ended. But these seemingly invulnerable creatures were different to the other monsters that appeared, they didn't hunt just any running flesh, they hunted those of power, politicians, figureheads, leaders, so why had one pursued Rian. He was nothing special, an eighteen year… Continue reading Book review: Darren Hultberg Jr’s Realmbound