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If…: Second Chance – by Jackie Mae – Review

I must say that I have a weak spot for books with poetic and flowery language. Maybe that is why I mostly prefer reading old books because modern authors seems to have lost the sense of poetry. This...

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Defects (The Reverians Book 1) – by Sarah Noffke – Review

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The book is quite a page turner . Em is a character with a unique gift, but she also lacks a certain power, and the story is all about how she acquires that power. Right from the first sentence, you...

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INSECTUAL: The Secret of the Black Butterfly – by Barbara Sala – Review

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Unique and interesting, but the dialogs do not live up to the promise This is quite an exciting book written in a unique manner. In fact, a lot of the bitter truths about life can be found...

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When Tears Ran Dry – by Vivian Waring – Review

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The book reads like a memoir of sorts and what happens throughout much of the novel seemed quite lifelike to me; I guess if I were just handed the book without any further information I would not...

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XODUS (The Astralis Series Book 1) – by K. J. McPike – Review

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Calling it a YA book would be an understatement; it is so much more than that. I noticed three unique things about this book. First, the characters' thoughts - mostly fears, doubts , insecurities,...

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Southern Medley and a Sordid Affair – by P T Borden – Review

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Part of the blurb reads like stuff soft-core porn films of yore were made of: "It is here she meets a building maintenance man named Dick, and, in indulging in an erotic affair, becomes...

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Voice in the Wilderness (Against All Enemies Book 1) – by H. L. Wegley – Review

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I rarely read political books - be it fiction or non-fiction, because they are usually preachy and somewhat dogmatic. Plus the subject does not interest me at all. However, this book is an...

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Pi Day Doomsday – by JOHN PAUL CATER – Review

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The author has, without a doubt done his homework, for it shows in the book. The mad scientist villain is not your ordinary, regular stock villain character; he is no caricature. He certainly comes...

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Light & Dark: The Awakening of the Mageknight – by Daniel Fife & Dennis Rose – Review

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Although the core theme is not totally unique, I would say that its treatment and execution in this book is. For example, how many times have you read about the good ol' struggle between good and...

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Gravitas: Valkyrie in the Forbidden Zone – by Lynne Murray – Review

Fun-filled and enjoyable book for a Sunday afternoon read Apart from a very unique plot structured around a distinctive and unconventional matriarchal system we earthlings may not even...

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Oscar, Part One (Going Underground) – by L.n Denison – Review

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Mainly for those interested in Oscar of Underground novel Although it starts out as a pseudo-history book ("David and Janna were regarded as political activists, disseminating their conspiracy...

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Going Underground: Independent Minds – by L.n Denison – Review

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This is a nice book, at times typical and at other times, quite unconventional. The one thing I loved about this novel is its level of humor: certainly not slapstick, and yet capable of leaving you...