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Book review: Obehi Dibua – Crimson Night

When Nosu called her princess everything changed for Osezele. She had only admired him from afar, but it wasn't just their relationship that changed, everything did. She had lived a sheltered life, her knowledge of the marked was limited to the small snippets her mother had allowed her to know which, considering the lengths she… Continue reading Book review: Obehi Dibua – Crimson Night

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Book review: Joel Borelli – The Dragon’s Eye

Varek Hai was a Defender, perhaps the only one to now wear the ring. With no wizard partner, it calls him to where the Mother wishes. When his path leads him to the second prince of Ishalem he could not begin to fathom the adventure that awaits. Summer solstice brings with it the beginning of… Continue reading Book review: Joel Borelli – The Dragon’s Eye

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Book review: Rod C. Spence – Jeremy Austin and the Paladin (@RodCSpence)

When six teenagers are escorted at weapon point through a portal to the planet Genesis, 2.4 million light years from Earth, it was always going to spell trouble. It was the type of trouble that hadn't been bargained on. A prophecy had told of a beacon and the coming of a paladin to protect Genesis… Continue reading Book review: Rod C. Spence – Jeremy Austin and the Paladin (@RodCSpence)

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Book review: Joanne Keltner – Possessed (@JoAnneKeltner)

Jackie was born with a gift, but to a twelve-year-old, it had seemed more like a curse. When her talent manifested itself in the form of a vision in the church it began a string if unforgettable events, and a lie she struggled to live with. Five years on she finds herself a magnet for… Continue reading Book review: Joanne Keltner – Possessed (@JoAnneKeltner)

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Book review: The Oldest Enemy – Micheal J Webb (@mjwebbbooks)

Pastor David Lighthouse had to do something. The events he had seen unfold were too similar to those he had witnessed before, events which had surrounded his own fiance and haunted him to this day. He was certain he could do something the police could not, find answers. Although they were answers not everyone would… Continue reading Book review: The Oldest Enemy – Micheal J Webb (@mjwebbbooks)

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Book review: A Not So Immaculate Conception – Crystal Estell (@EstellsPlace)

Lacey had a ten-year plan. She was on track, prioritising work, focusing on blueprints, and most importantly, pushing aside her personal life to ensure she got the contract of a lifetime. All was on track until words from an elderly woman set her on edge. Lacey knew she couldn't be pregnant. She hadn't had sex for… Continue reading Book review: A Not So Immaculate Conception – Crystal Estell (@EstellsPlace)

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Book Review: Whispers from the Depths -C.W. Briar (@CW_Briar )

Betka had been branded at a young age, her markings present for all to see. While men tore her elder sister, Tonsa, away, she was allowed a precious few years to remain with her father before being forced into servitude. Her Whisperer Voice condemned her to a life of service, and to hurt another was… Continue reading Book Review: Whispers from the Depths -C.W. Briar (@CW_Briar )

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Book review: Moon Deeds – Palmer Pickering (@PalmerPickerin1)

Cassidy had heard the music from the stars for a long time; even though the Shaman's Shield, she could still sometimes hear their song. There had been a time when her twin brother, Torr, had once recited the message, but the words had long been muted, and the true melody was forgotten. Her mind was… Continue reading Book review: Moon Deeds – Palmer Pickering (@PalmerPickerin1)

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Book review: System programmer – Jean-Philippe Janssens

Joshua was ready to move on. He had said his final goodbyes to his loved ones through their dreams and was ready for what came next. He embraced the darkness, and yet something seemed wrong. Surely there was more to eternity than a dark and empty room. Then everything changed. But it was not the… Continue reading Book review: System programmer – Jean-Philippe Janssens

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Book review: The Temptation of Destiny – D.M. Earley (@dmearleyauthor )

Jake had found love and happiness when he had least expected it. He had made a life for himself, raised a family. Concerns, however, gave him cause to reflect on what he wanted for them, what was for the best. The answer, however, turned him on a path of destiny he never would have imagined.… Continue reading Book review: The Temptation of Destiny – D.M. Earley (@dmearleyauthor )