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Denial, Deceit, Discovery by J.James


Written in a wonderfully, clean and effortless style, Denial, Deceit, Discovery from J.James is a frank, open and honest journey …

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Review – The Fallen (The Paesian Prologues) by Jae V. Reece

It’s always a little step into the unknown when you pick up the debut work of any author. When the …

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Review – VirulentBlurb:Reflections by Kneel Downe


To me, reading this book was similar to a religious experience. Such was this opus that it affected me like …

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Review: Destiny Gardens by John Harrison

Destiny Gardens

As soon as you set foot inside Destiny Gardens, an abandoned old hall now home to a separate group of …

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Review – Four Florins by Valeria Wilson

Four Florins F

Set over a period of around seven years from the beginning of the Great War through to the start of …

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Kneel Downe – Amelia’s Song

Amelias Song

I first came across the author Kneel Downe about a year ago. Bored with reading the same old adventures in …

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Review – Attrition: The First Act of Penance by S.G. Night

SG Night, Attrition

I have to admit that I have been a fan of the fantasy genre ever since I picked up Pawn …

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Review – Love Unfeigned by Nadine Keels

From the first time Lorraine, a plucky and competitive girl, contends on the playground against Isaiah, an impish boy whose …

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Review – Stowaway to the Stars by Graham Keeler


It’s always nice to read an author trying something different. I always like to make tortured food analogies when reviewing …

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Review – A Prescription for Delirium by Noree Cosper


Book One of a promised series called the Van Helsing Organization, Noree Cosper’s Prescription for Delirium is a pretty fun …

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Review – Intergalactic Terrorist, by Joseph Monahan

Intergalactic Terrorist

Reviewers should always be wary of making comparisons between authors: all too often it can instantly pigeon-hole the author you …

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Review – POOJAMMA: The Woman who Redefined Womanhood, by M C Raj

Poojamma Review

Poojamma by M C Raj Nina is traveling back to India for the funeral of a singular woman. Poojamma has …

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Review – Shadow of the Drill, by Rhani D’Chae

Shadow Of The Drill

If you need a badass call Decker. Pour a tall glass of Steve McQueen’s Bullitt into the body of Sly …

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Review – GUIAMO by Marshall Best


Behold the son of Mars comes! In 60 B.C., ten-year-old Guiamo Durmius Stolo, an exceptionally gifted Roman orphan, is abandoned …

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