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Review – Ava Morgan’s Uprooted


Ava Morgan’s “Uprooted” is a tale of fantasy and teenage love, not something I would usually reach for. However, I …

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Review – A.J. Walters’ A Constant Attraction

A Constant Attraction

The second book in the Attraction series serves us a strong sequel to ‘An Acute Attraction’. After finishing up the …

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Review – James Calbraith’s The Chrysanthemum Seal

The Chrysanthemum Seal

The Chrysanthemum Seal by James Calbraith is the fifth in the Year of the Dragon series. Set in a world …

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Review – Carla J. Hanna’s Starlet’s Web

Starlets Web

Starlet’s Web is the first in a series of coming-of-age books by Carla J Hanna, about the life of Liana …

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Review – Mitch Davies’s The Inn of Fallen Leaves

The Inn Of Fallen Leaves

There are some times in a reviewer’s life when terrible flashbacks occur and this one of those occasions. I never …

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Review – Calvin Bland’s Thoughts of a Pure Mind

Power In Your Thoughts

This is a book of poems by Calvin Bland, covering many aspects of human emotion from a very personal viewpoint. …

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Review – Tim Bedford’s RED


In a small, normally cold, village amidst the forests and mountains, things are hotting up. It seems that it’s going …

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Review – Clayton Smith’s Apocalypticon


With so many post apocalypse novels on the market it is hard to find something a bit different but Clayton …

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Review – Caroine Jones Lewis’s Monday’s Child

Mondays Child

The Swinging Sixties. A decade of change for everyone and the setting for Monday’s Child. The story centres around London …

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Review – Clive Endive Ogive IV’s Private Clubs in America and Around the World…

Private Clubs

Between the length of the title and the author’s name I thought I would really struggle with this work of …

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Review – James Walley’s The Forty First Wink

Forty First

The Forty First Wink is the debut release from British writer, James Walley. The story centers around Marty, who after …

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Review – Steve Justice’s The One: The Tale of a Lost Romantic in Seoul

The One Seoul

I have to say before I go any further that some books that are published by the author themselves come …

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Review – Janes Davis’ Funeral For An Owl


A Funeral for an Owl is a timely work that gives us insight into the world of teenage gangs and …

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Review – Debbie White’s Salty Dog

The Salty Dog

Libby is a San Francisco city girl at heart, so when Luke, her marketing executive husband suggests they just sell …

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Review – A Warrior’s Path by Davis Ashura

A Warriors Path

A Warrior’s Path was intriguing right from the start. A young warrior from a city state, Ashoka, beset by Chimera …

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Review – The Ritual by Erica Dakin

Theft And Sorcery 1 The Ritual

It is often a surprise to many that the fantasy genre continues to be so popular – after all, isn’t …

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Review – A Year of Being Me by Whitney Wellcroft

A Year Of Being Me

Tiffany Bains, blonde and beautiful, lives in San Francisco and is a divorcee. Having been separated from controlling husband Eric …

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Review – Taste of Poison by Terry don Foley

Taste Of Poison

A tale of betrayal in South America, told over several decades and involving drug cartels, bombs and lots of attractive …

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Review – The Death of Rock ‘n’ Roll, The Impossibility of Time Travel and Other Lies by Duncan Milne

Death Rock Roll

“Sid Itious” runs a late night radio show in small town America. He is also best mates with a guy …

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Review – Head Traumas by James Knight

Head Traumas

How to describe the indescribable? Head Traumas is the new book by James Knight – an eclectic collection of his …

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