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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: 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: 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

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Book review: Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait – Ashera of Kingswood (@CherylRushCowp1)

In Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait's, Ashera of Kingswood, the forest known as Kingswood had been cried by Ashera's own tears and those of her mother. She had protected it, guarded its inhabitants, and looked after the people. But all that changed when the king took a wife. An unnatural winter descended across the land bringing suffering… Continue reading Book review: Cheryl Rush Cowperthwait – Ashera of Kingswood (@CherylRushCowp1)

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Book review: Nicholas Woode-Smith – Part-Time Monster Hunter (@Zaggeta)

In Nicholas Woode-Smith's Part-Time Monster Hunter, Kat Drummond was a novelty at first. She was young and her rates were the cheapest. They had to be, she needed to pay rent and eat, not to mention find the money to study. Life as a monster hunter, even a part-time one, was challenging. If not for… Continue reading Book review: Nicholas Woode-Smith – Part-Time Monster Hunter (@Zaggeta)

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Book review: K.F Breene – Born in Fire (@KFBreene)

Reagan Somerset guarded a secret. It was the reason both the shifters and the humans wanted her, but she had kept the truth of her heritage a secret a long time, and she wasn't about to sacrifice that for the promise of a steady job. Of course, this left her only one option, to be… Continue reading Book review: K.F Breene – Born in Fire (@KFBreene)

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Book review: Odd Voices – @oddvoiceout

Odd Voices is a collection of short stories like no other. For too long protagonists have been cut from the same cloth, but not here, gone are the cookie-cutter leads, replaced with beautifully diverse characters and they take you through their own tales, from poverty and love, to survival and magic. You will be whisked… Continue reading Book review: Odd Voices – @oddvoiceout

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Book review: Shakeil Kanish & Larissa Mandeville – The Sigil

In Shakeil Kanish and Larissa Mandeville's, The Sigil, we meet Lake, who idolised his brother, he was everything he aspired to be. Brilliant, clever, successful. So when tragedy strikes, Lake's world is torn apart in more ways than he can imagine. Through his grief he encounters a secret his brother had been harbouring, another world,… Continue reading Book review: Shakeil Kanish & Larissa Mandeville – The Sigil

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Book review: Jennifer Laslie – How to Spell Disaster (@AuthorJLaslie)

How to Spell Disaster is a paranormal romance by Jennifer Laslie. Tucker was having a run of bad luck. Not only had his dream job, the promotion he had been grooming himself for, been given to someone else, but his luck with the ladies was none existent. When an antique book came into his possession… Continue reading Book review: Jennifer Laslie – How to Spell Disaster (@AuthorJLaslie)