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Corr Syl the Terrible – by Garry Rogers – Review

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Having already read the first part I was waiting for this sequel with anticipation. Thank goodness the author didn't take too long in releasing the same, thereby offering me some relief. :) Just like the previous book this is also about animals that...

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Silver City – by Louise Lake – Review

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This is a dystopian novel where the world order is at stake thanks to being hit by a sex virus. The book starts on an existential note, from a robot's point of view: "I have never wondered about my existence. Why I am here or what I was meant...

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Corr Syl the Warrior – by Garry Rogers – Review

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This is a one of a kind book containing a unique story full of twists and turns to keep you guessing till the very end. For me at least, this book overlaps genres: it is not just a fantasy book but also a thriller! The very opening paragraph of the...

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Dangerous Reflections: A Historical Fantasy through Time – by Karla Tipton – Review

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Imagine that you are a girl entrusted by your grandmother to save someone from death, someone who lived in distant past, and the only man who can offer you help is a man you had a relationship with and had come to loathe; he offers a rather sick...

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Angel War – by Philip Dodd – Review

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I have read and re-read the book of revelation multiple times and I absolutely love Mr. Dodd's rendering of the same. The prose style flows very well and the consistency in narrative is astounding. There is no choppy style or bad grammar here; you...

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Rings of Passage – by Karla Tipton – Review

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A medieval romance and a time travel fantasy mixed together in a perfect blend Imagine that you are a woman who is big into medieval romances and you actually meet one of your romance heroes through time travel ("Nineteen and ninety-one?" He...

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River’s Revenge: (New Adult Shifter Romance: Book Three) (The Sanctuary Series 3) – by Charlotte Abel – Review

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The first two books in the series were so interesting that I didn't think I could wait too long for the third one to come out. Luckily for me, the third book came out soon enough. It is quite exciting right from the start. This is a real-page turner...

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Three Culture Shocks – by Tony Thorne MBE – Review

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This is a pretty good effort from writer Tony Thorne. Not all the stories are equally good, however, the collective effort is praiseworthy. The first story is the tale of a cunning witch and is filled more with comedy than horror (especially her...

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Blackbeard’s Freedom (Voyages of Queen Anne’s Revenge Book 1) – by Jeremy McLean – Review

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This is a very colorful and action-packed novel. If you like books on pirates and their adventures you will like it. I will tell you exactly what I liked and didn't like about this novel: What I liked: a) Dialogs are written keeping in...

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Meritropolis – by Joel Ohman – Review

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This was an awesome read for me. Joel Ohman is some kind of a genius if you ask me. I have read a lot of dystopia books but most of them bored me to death. Not this one though. The action scenes have vivid imagery which is helpful for someone like...

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A Seahorse Tale – by Michael Mardel – Review

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The beginning of the book, strangely enough, reminds of the very first passage of Bible (except that this book is written with a first person narrative): "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." Strange because it...

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Her Gentle Sword – by Alan Stroe – Review

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This is an awesome ebook. The theme has novelty and the style is quite humorous. The beginning does start with a cliché (women looking for men as soul mates) but from there on the story takes on an originality of its own. I was reminded of some...