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Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – The Vardoger Boy (@JayVBatista)

In Jay Veloso Batista's, The Vardoger Boy, Raga had warned Finn it was there, but not soon enough for him to evade the attack. He had been about to start his newest adventure, learning the way of the sea, aboard his uncle's ship when the mast troll had attacked. He was done with the Realm… Continue reading Book review: Jay Veloso Batista – The Vardoger Boy (@JayVBatista)

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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: Amethyst Creek – The Return of the Scoundrel

In Amethyst Creek's, The Return of the Scoundrel, Libby would never have found out about the teaching post if not for her brother in Leadville. Eager to begin a new life and role, she moves to the expanding city, stopping by to thank her brother on the way through. But it seems her life is… Continue reading Book review: Amethyst Creek – The Return of the Scoundrel

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Book review: J.M. Myrick- Arklight Force Interdiction (@Arklightbook )

To everything there must be a balance, to the forces of evil, there must rise a counterforce of good. The plans for an ultimate weapon have been uncovered, and there are those who drive for its completion, drive for a world of scientific supremacy and destroy all would dare obstruct, challenge, or stand against them.… Continue reading Book review: J.M. Myrick- Arklight Force Interdiction (@Arklightbook )

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Book review: Johanna Craven – Bridles Lane (@JohannaCraven )

Isaac returned home to find his families' graves had expanded further, he thought he was alone, until he heard of his sister, Scarlett, at the children home. He planned to leave her, thinking she would have a better life than he could offer, and yet he took her home. The problem about returning to his… Continue reading Book review: Johanna Craven – Bridles Lane (@JohannaCraven )

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Book review: Eddie Price’s One Drop – A Slave

Doctor Thomas Applegate was on the brink of financial ruin. His vices, gambling and drinking, played their part and made him the perfect pawn in Jules Signet's scheme. It was a time of racial intolerance, and people openly expressed their small minded thoughts, Signet not only shared this viewpoint but planned to exploit it to… Continue reading Book review: Eddie Price’s One Drop – A Slave

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Book review: The Edge by George Benda

The Edge by George Benda is a uniquely original historical fiction. It all started with a plot, someone was planning to overthrow the government and Jack was in the wrong place, at the wrong time, antagonising the wrong people. His past antics meant he was already on the FBI's radar. Soon it became apparent that… Continue reading Book review: The Edge by George Benda

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Book review: Dew on Ginkgo Leaves by Todd L. Shuler

Dew on Ginkgo Leaves is a historical fiction written by author Todd L. Shuler. Wu Lei and Jade Flower had been the perfect team. They fought side by side in deadly union in protection of the empire and their battle cry struck terror in the hearts of all. Then after one gruelling battle Jade Flower's… Continue reading Book review: Dew on Ginkgo Leaves by Todd L. Shuler

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The Du Lac Chronicles by Mary Yarde

The Du Lac Chronicles is a historical fiction adventure romance by Mary Yarde Freeing the man of her dreams from her father's cruel and torturous hand  Annis turns against everything her father would have wanted. But why should she care? He never wanted a daughter, and the former king Alden had long been in her… Continue reading The Du Lac Chronicles by Mary Yarde

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Book review: A Song of Blood by A. J. Chaudhury

A Song of Blood is a low fantasy / historical fiction written by A. J. Chaudhury Children are being stolen from their village, spirits or demons are whisking them away. The men of the town seem powerless to act, but then one night the village chief's Nanda's son is stolen and inaction is no longer… Continue reading Book review: A Song of Blood by A. J. Chaudhury