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Book Review: Aerisia: Land Beyond the Sunset

Author: Sarah Ashwood  Release Date: April 16, 2014 Series: The Sunset Lands Beyond Genre: YA/Fantasy Edition: mobi Pages: 374 Publisher: Griffineus Publications Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★★ Blurb: The mystery of other worlds is not one Hannah Winters ever thought she’d solve. However, the day she spots a brown-robed stranger with a magical […]

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Book Review: Exodia

Author: Debra Chapoton Release Date: June 25th 2015 Series: Exodia Ledgers Genre: Science Fiction | Dystpia/YA Edition: mobi Pages: 218 Publisher: Not Specified Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating:  ★★★★ Blurb: By 2093 American life is a strange mix of failing technologies, psychic predictions, and radiation induced abilities. Tattoos are mandatory to differentiate two […]

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Book Review: The Legendary Haunting of Quentin Wallis

Author: C K McKenzie Release Date: February 13, 2016 Genre: Fantasy Edition: Kindle (mobi) Pages: 214 Publisher: Self-Published Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Rating: ★★★ Blurb: It has been in the nature of fairy tales that they begin with ‘Once Upon a Time’ and end with a ‘Happily Ever After’. However this is not […]

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Novella Review: Dyad

Evi is forced to leave her life behind as she flees from threatening consequences. Hoping the stories of hating humans are wrong, she seeks the land of fairies for refuge.

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Book Review: Delilah Dusticle’s Transylvanian Adventure

Author: A.J. York Release Date: June 1st 2014 Series: Delilah Dusticle Genre: Children’s Fantasy Edition: mobi Pages: 122 Source: Author Publisher: Self-Published Buy it here: Amazon Blurb Delilah Dusticle is back with an action packed mission. In this illustrated instalment, Delilah and the Dustbusters are invited to Transylvania, to cater for the Hallow Eve Ball. […]

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Book Review: Shackleton’s Folly (The Lost Wonder #1)

In a galaxy, ripped apart by feuding factions, one man emerges to save his people from ‘Human Hunts’ and the rancorous horde lead by a traitor to the human race, Wolfgang Gray. That man is Alec Shackleton. His mission is spurred on by a legend, a theory, his father taught him as a small lad: a human tribe, long before their time, had ventured to the stars in search of a new home.

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Book Review: Delilah Dusticle

Delilah Dusticle has special powers. She can completely eradicate dust. With her quiver pouch of special dusters, Delilah can run up walls, reaching places others just can’t. As a maid in the Fenchurch-Whittington house, Delilah’s unusual skills soon lead to her being promoted to Chief Dust Eradicator and Remover. Until one day, when a broken heart leads to her powers taking an expected turn.

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Book Review: The Watchtower

His first day of work wasn’t what Martin Cunningham expected. A sultry boss, a classy receptionist, the drama-queen foreigner, and a painfully shy techie who prefers hiding to human interaction, was the oddest group of characters he’d ever met. When an assassination attempt is made against his new boss, Martin comes face to face with the stuff of nightmares.

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Book Review: Normal

Author: Danielle Pearl Release Date: August 11th, 2014 Series: Something More Genre: New Adult | Romance | Contemporary Edition: Mobi Pages: 445 Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon Blurb It’s the kind of situation most people would dread. Starting at a new high school, in the middle of my senior year, in a new town, […]

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Book Review: Friends With Wings

The year is 2102, the earth is in crisis, and Trina, a gutsy young woman from a poor family, is forced to sell herself into slavery to pay off her family’s debt. To her surprise, she ends up being sent into space to help colonize a star. Her future seems bright until crisis strikes the colony – leaving Trina the only human being left alive on Planet Johannes. Another spaceship is slated to arrive in a decade, but how will Trina survive alone for ten years?

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Book Review: Two Faced (An Assassin At Court #1)

Skyler is a teenager and a girl so she’s used to being underestimated, which is just fine with her. It makes her job that much easier. Her targets never see her coming. As Anthame’s most deadly assassin, her survival depends on her anonymity. To keep her identity hidden she hides beyond layer after layer of false masks.

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Book Review: Eliza Bluebell

Author: A.J. York  Release Date: December 18, 2014 Series: None Genre: Children’s Fantasy Edition: Kindle (mobi) Pages: 92 Publisher: Source: Author Buy it here: Amazon

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Book Review: The Darkest Tool

Author: Gerald Barnes  Release Date: November 16, 2013 Genre: Fantasy, Paranormal Edition: Kindle Pages: 234 Publisher: Self-published Source: Author Buy It Here: Amazon

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Book Review: Barking Benjamin

Author: Gareth Barsby Release Date: February 13, 2014 Series: None Genre: Fiction | Short Stories Edition: Mobi Pages: – Publisher: – Buy it here: Amazon

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