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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: Making History – Bruce Polky

At the age of six, you are given a PAD. This piece of technology is integrated into your life, you can do nothing without it. They never fail, they never go faulty. Or at least that's what they would have you believe. There was one chip distributed that was faulty, but they would never admit… Continue reading Book review: Making History – Bruce Polky

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

Onward the group proceeds through the black door. Onward in their quest and... around in circles? Surely that can't be right. But that is exactly what is happening. The latest Black Door seems to be a trap, sealing them within a strange labyrinth. Tempers rise and passions stir as they find themselves trapped. But as… Continue reading Book review: Vazdrag – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait )

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Book review: Relics of Andromeda – Jonathan Michael Erickson (@EricksonAuthor )

Anka had been raised to fear relics, touching them was taboo. Their power had razed cities, and had destroyed the bridge between worlds. So when one called out to her by name she knew true fear. She was a warrior in her village, brave, quick, and strong, yet the pull was impossible to resist. As… Continue reading Book review: Relics of Andromeda – Jonathan Michael Erickson (@EricksonAuthor )

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Book review: Sarah Y. Westmoreland – Najee: Awakening (@SWestAuthor )

Akinia had barely survived the torture. She had been flayed and beaten to the brink of death, healed, and forced to endure again. But even then they could not turn her. It had been a long road of recovery, and her insistence about being let back in the field, instead of hidden away on Paméd,… Continue reading Book review: Sarah Y. Westmoreland – Najee: Awakening (@SWestAuthor )

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Book review: Sarah Y Westmoreland – Najee: A Glimmer of Hope (@SWestAuthor )

Akinia was obsessed with learning, in fact, she had learnt to hack in order to expand the material she had access to. One thing she never discovered though was why she had been left as a nearly new-born baby at the orphanage, nor why the necklace, her only possession aside from a plain blanket, protested… Continue reading Book review: Sarah Y Westmoreland – Najee: A Glimmer of Hope (@SWestAuthor )

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Book review: Francis Halpin – The Seventh Guard

Robert was a repair technician at Best Buy, one who had hung on to his job solely because he was so good at repairing things, his social skills, however, were indeed lacking, to the point he was banned from customer interaction. After work he conducted his own experiments, determined to break reality by discovering a hidden glitch.… Continue reading Book review: Francis Halpin – The Seventh Guard

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Book review: Michael Lee Kirk- Digger Day (Jaden Crusoe Book1)

Diggers were spread across many of the worlds, it was a capital offence to kill one outside the sanctioned hunts. Hunts designed to give people hope of obtaining a vaccination to suppress the Chira Plague. The odds of success were one in one-hundred and thirty two. It was for this reason criminals were sent on… Continue reading Book review: Michael Lee Kirk- Digger Day (Jaden Crusoe Book1)

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Book review: TK Rising – Pink House (@etkrising )

Daniel had two parts to him, there was the boy everyone saw, and then another part of him, a part he shoved away and disassociated himself with for so long. That part of him was a murderer, and it was with that part of him the thing that came tearing into his closet one night… Continue reading Book review: TK Rising – Pink House (@etkrising )

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Book review : D G Lamb – Forging the Blade (@AuthorDGLamb )

Joshua felt like he owed Hobo, and he needed the money, so how could he refuse to help him retrieve something? He was only twelve, but his potential had not gone unnoticed, perhaps had he known the true cost of helping him that day his life would have taken a different path. But, again, he… Continue reading Book review : D G Lamb – Forging the Blade (@AuthorDGLamb )