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Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

  Alice never really felt she belonged in her school. She wasn't part of any of the cliques, but none of that really mattered. She had her best friend Sam, and she wanted nothing more. Her mother worked long hours as a nurse, and her father had left them, but she never felt alone thanks… Continue reading Book review: Chasing the Omega – Jessica Edwards (@JessEdwards1997)

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Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

Pandora died on the day she was born. She had been out celebrating her twenty-first birthday with her brother and best friend. Unfortunately, she had been separated from them. But the last day of her life became the beginning of a new and possibly eternal chapter. There was more to her death than a random… Continue reading Book review: Pandora Syndrome – April Wahlin (@aprilwahlin)

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Book review: Enlightened – Billie Kowalewski (@Enlightened31 )

Harmony is a student at the best school known in existence. It teaches life lessons and experiences. This school is known as Earth. Classes are sent to experience different lives, and learn from them. But while they are there they don't know any of this, they are simply living. This absence of recollection is thanks… Continue reading Book review: Enlightened – Billie Kowalewski (@Enlightened31 )

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Book review: Piggybacker – Mikki Noble (@missmikkinoble )

Marley had no idea what had happened. It was the first anniversary of her father's death, and life was starting to feel almost normal again. Then she was accused of trying to kill herself. She had no memories of that day, but she knew with certainty this could not be true. She would never try… Continue reading Book review: Piggybacker – Mikki Noble (@missmikkinoble )

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Book Review: Blood Relic – Lucretia Stanhope @DianaS58

Alice had been clear. She did not want to be used by the PPK's military. She detested the part of herself capable of killing. She would not be their killer. But when witches started showing up, used and tossed aside, something had to be done. There was talk of an ancient magic, blood relics, and… Continue reading Book Review: Blood Relic – Lucretia Stanhope @DianaS58

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Book review: Jessica Dazzo – Super Me (@JessicaDazzo )

Faye had never felt like an ordinary teenager, but on her seventeenth birthday she began to feel even more like an outcast. All her life she had worked, scrimped and saved every penny after paying the bills and buying the groceries for her and her mother. She never went out, brought new boots, or had much fun,… Continue reading Book review: Jessica Dazzo – Super Me (@JessicaDazzo )

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Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts – Sixth Change (@MsJoeyBug )

Tara's life had been full of change. She was nearly an adult now, she was willingly attending higher education, she had friends, a goal, but there were a few things she could not change, her gift to see a dying person's last moments, and the toll Adam's actions and her past experiences had taken on… Continue reading Book review: Joey Paul – Dying Thoughts – Sixth Change (@MsJoeyBug )

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Book review: Kia Carrington-Russell -The Shadow Minds Journal(@kia_crystal ‏ )

The days were fine, with seven demons contracted to her Vivian had their forms and their knowledge at her disposal. She could hold her own against most, except perhaps a choice few. Lord Haymen was one of those she wouldn't cross, besides, she was his to command thanks to her somewhat unwilling rebirth into the… Continue reading Book review: Kia Carrington-Russell -The Shadow Minds Journal(@kia_crystal ‏ )

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Book review: Lucretia Stanhope, Feral (@DianaS58 )

Alice was a hybrid, a mixture of three things that should not have come to be. As such, the reactions she received were also mixed. To her the PPK was a prison, she was trained, praised, but ultimately trapped. Until Maxwell decided it was time she put her ambassador status to use and went on… Continue reading Book review: Lucretia Stanhope, Feral (@DianaS58 )

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Book review: The Foreseen by Emma Coray (@EmmCoray )

Jodie has suffered at the hands of her husband, Jack,  to the point she was merely a tool to his daily life, a set routine, a strict diet regime of what to make and when, and if any of her spirit returned he disciplined her. But he had taken it too far. His actions had… Continue reading Book review: The Foreseen by Emma Coray (@EmmCoray )