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Book review: Frole – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait)

The prophecy spoke of those who must be found, but not of what must be endured. As life and death hang in the balance the small group of heroes finally find the black door to their next destination, but it is a place they were expected, a place where it seems their every move is… Continue reading Book review: Frole – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait)

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Book review: Adam Gaffen – The Cassidy Chronicles(@RabidChipmunk42)

A wedding should be a joyous occasion, but for Cass and Ken it was the start of a nightmare they had never seen coming. Without warning enemies flock from places unknown in pursuit of someone who could disrupt one of the largest trading industries of the time. She hadn't realised her discovery would cause so… Continue reading Book review: Adam Gaffen – The Cassidy Chronicles(@RabidChipmunk42)

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Book review: D.M.Z. Liyanage – Axel Lennart and the Ice World

Axel's father was in trouble. He owed a lot of money to Balo Fuse and this was not a person you wanted to owe. Worse still, his father isn't alone in the debt. What should have been an easy plan to settle the books drags Axel into the spotlight, thrusting him into the centre of… Continue reading Book review: D.M.Z. Liyanage – Axel Lennart and the Ice World

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Book review: Adrea L Peters – Becoming Truitt Skye

In Adrea L Peters's Becoming Truitt Skye, Truitt was responsible for the world of humanity and must protect it, regardless of the cost, and the sacrifice she made was great. Casting herself into the silver pool she lost everything she was and would never be the same again. Truvie is a 17-year-old genius, with a… Continue reading Book review: Adrea L Peters – Becoming Truitt Skye

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Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

In Andrew Smith's Jon Ridley The Beginning, seventeen years old, Jon Ridley, was always amazed when it seemed people knew his name. He wanted nothing more than to get home, but the longer he travelled the hazier his memories became. He had hoped to vanquish the great demon Gargoran but had barely escaped with his… Continue reading Book review: Andrew Smith – Jon Ridley The Beginning

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Book review: Matt King Eternity’s Instrument

In Matt King's Eternity's Instrument, Micah Dawson was a powerful angelcaster, a person who could channel the power from one of God's angels that can be used to alter the world in a way that appears to be magic. When the silver alien sphere arrived one Monday morning it changed his life. He was to… Continue reading Book review: Matt King Eternity’s Instrument

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Book review: Jarrod L Edge – Zeta 6 (@E7Prophecy)

In Jarrod L Edge's, Zeta 6, an origin story, the discarded 6-3-9 carbon alloy plated cyborg remembered nothing. It ran, unaware of how it knew which path to take, or how it knew the things it did. The most essential things, those seeming most important were those it didn't know, such as who it was,… Continue reading Book review: Jarrod L Edge – Zeta 6 (@E7Prophecy)

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Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)

Spex were not just a trend, they were a way of life. The world was yours and with a thought, knowledge was at your fingertips. Thanks to Marco's app, never did you have to worry about forgetting a name again. Of course, there are some people who relish obscurity, who have found a hack not… Continue reading Book review: Ruth Mitchell – Deleted (@literallyruth)

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Book review: Sean Robins – The Golden Viper (@seanrobins300)

The war was over, with Maada's death Jim's notoriety and word of his heroism raced across the universe faster than a Space-folding device equipped vessel. They called him kingslayer, because he had done the impossible. But with Maada's resurrection, it seemed he would be called upon once more. Kanoor fell quickly, placing devastatingly powerful advanced… Continue reading Book review: Sean Robins – The Golden Viper (@seanrobins300)

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Book review: T.J and ML Wolf – A Gleam of Light (@TJWolfAuthor )

Una Waters had left the Hopi Reservation after her parents' death, she was unsure if she would have ever returned if not for a letter begging for her aid. Something was happening on the sacred peaks, and they hoped as a recognised person, she could act as a mediator between people, keep the peace, and… Continue reading Book review: T.J and ML Wolf – A Gleam of Light (@TJWolfAuthor )