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Capering on Glass Bridges – by Jessica Hernandez – Review

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Believe it or not, you won't want to live in the world that the book is based on; at one time, it feels quite familiar, while at other times, its grotesqueness comes around to strike you with awe and shock. I found that the following passage...

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Sir Princess Petra – by Diane Mae Robinson – Review

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Although this may seem to be a children's book first, it is one of the few children's books that does not treat the reader like a young dolt. You won't find anything 'childish' here so that even adults like me can enjoy the story. In fact the book...

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Fever – by Tonya Plank – Review

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Quite a promising book on ballroom dance, but where is the romance? Poor Rory; her story often reminds me of the person I was myself; I used to write stories and poems in college but the harsh realities of life forced me to work hard for a...

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The Hut in the Woods – by Vicki Zell – Review

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A very good psychological book on relationships with a dose of adequate suspense Strangely enough, the character of Carly often reminds me of the overly paranoid character of Jessica Tandy in the movie Birds, even though their situations...

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Sir Princess Petra’s Talent – by Diane Mae Robinson – Review

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First of all, this book comes with a synopsis of the first book of the series, for the lazy ones out there who prefer skimming to reading, that is. But why would you want to skim with this series? Unless you are idiot, you'd be kicking yourself if...

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Bartholomew Roberts’ Faith (The Voyages of Queen Anne’s Revenge) – by Jeremy McLean – Review

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There are certain aspects about the novel which stood out for me and which I am going to point out here: a) This book is filled with many humorous dialogs: "No, no, the name wasn't the issue, just the appearance you took while...

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Dark Beginning (Zoe Dark’s World Book 1) – by Nina Tells – Review

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"To look at me, I was just a girl. I wasn’t too big, five-five on a tall day. I was athletic enough, but by no means a WWE Diva. My curly auburn hair was always in serious need of taming, but there was nothing scary about the frizzies. My face was...

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No Quarter: Dominium – Novella 1 – by MJL Evans and GM O’Connor – Review

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Given that this is a first time work from these authors, I must say that the output is commendable. This is a very promising ebook that does not look like it is written by first time authors. All in all I loved the book. While historical romance is...

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Macabre Tales – by Tony Thorne MBE – Review

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These are kids' stories with deep moral messages attached to them. They are not exactly what I would call 'macabre' but one thing I can say is that the kids will find them entertaining and secondly, the stories are often full of mystery and...

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Blackbeard’s Revenge (The Voyages of Queen Anne’s Revenge Book 2) – by Jeremy McLean – Review

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I had already read the previous book in this series so I was anticipating this sequel with great enthusiasm. It is quite obvious that the author has vastly improved on his writing skills since his first novel. He introduces a character in just one...

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REMEMBER ME: A Love Story – by Mary Funk – Review

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A unique love story revealing deep moral truths about human civilization Don't mistake this book as an ordinary tale of romance. It is about a love story all right, but the story is emotional, graphic and brutal. There is danger and pathos...

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Trick Or Treat Or Murder (A Mellow Summers Paranormal MysterySeries: Book 8) – by Janet McNulty – Review

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The title of the book itself is provocative enough but the story is even more so. I loved the fact that it is a simple yet engaging murder mystery without the usual bs found in a lot of modern horror books. I only wish I had it with me on last...