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Book review: Chakra: The Quest by Jan Raymond

Chakra: The Quest (The Pha-yul Trilogy Book 3) is a fantasy/ sci-fi by Jan Raymond Within the seemingly random rambles of an ancient text, written in a forgotten dialect and protected, held in secret for the coming of the Phyag-Ide, lies the key to the world's salvation. Or so it is believed. Sam, having discovered he… Continue reading Book review: Chakra: The Quest by Jan Raymond

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Book review: A Shadow in Doubt by Roari Benjamin

A Shadow in Doubt is a time travel, Sci-fi written by  Roari Benjamin Samantha Marquet, or Sam as she is generally known, has a decision to make. One which could shape the very future itself. An alarming thought given the fact her actions need to preserve the timeline, not alter it. As the protector of… Continue reading Book review: A Shadow in Doubt by Roari Benjamin

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Book review: Morium by S.J. Hermann

Morium by S.J. Hermann is an urban fantasy focusing on bullying and supernatural elements. For a long time Lexi and Nathan have been the focus of the popular students' hatred. Once an outgoing girl after the death of her mother Lexi became withdrawn, and those who should have helped her, her so called friends, saw… Continue reading Book review: Morium by S.J. Hermann

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Book review: The God Gene by Dean C Moore

Imagine a world where you can change anything at whim, your eyes, hair, let's say you want to mirror the phosphorescent glow of the animal kingdom, it can be done. Now forget about your looks, what do you want to be able to do, lift heavy objects, leap over a building in a single bound,… Continue reading Book review: The God Gene by Dean C Moore

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Book Review: Civilization by Stephen Drake

Civilization is the second book in Stephen Drake's Displaced series. Five years have past since Murdock first found himself on this planet, and the time has come for more Humans to arrive. But there are things here that should be protected. Murdock is the guardian of the Oomah, and now it falls to him to… Continue reading Book Review: Civilization by Stephen Drake

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Book review: Recusant (The Brin Archives Book 2) by Jim Cronin

Recusant (The Brin Archives Book 2) by Jim Cronin is a sci-fi fantasy and sequel to Hegira. Maliche is a Rocker, as such there are certain things expected from him. He however wants more from life than his name would dictate. He chose archaeology over genetics, bringing shame to his family, and now seeks a… Continue reading Book review: Recusant (The Brin Archives Book 2) by Jim Cronin

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Author Interview: Daniel M Quilter

About the author Tell us a little bit about yourself. I grew up in Orem, Utah right at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. I spent my childhood hiking, camping, rock climbing and doing any other outdoor activity I could.  I still lives in Utah with my wife Lauryn. We're expecting our first child this… Continue reading Author Interview: Daniel M Quilter

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Book Review: The Claws of Chaos by Philip J Bedingfield

The Claws of Chaos is a sci-fi novel based across an array of planets inhabited by a multitude of aliens. Gaston Schwenk, a human amidst the sea of aliens, wrongfully imprisoned for a crime of disastrous proportions seems to be the only hope that Lord King Azario has of saving his people. As if that… Continue reading Book Review: The Claws of Chaos by Philip J Bedingfield