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The Shape Stealer (Black Swan Rising book 3) by Lee Carroll (book review).

May 29, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Shape Stealer (Black Swan Rising book 3) by Lee Carroll (book review).

‘The Shape Stealer’ sees Garet James and Will Hughes return to the 21st century, but they haven’t returned alone. Tagging along through the time portal was the evil and ancient vampire Marduk, who is bent on destroying the world. Garet is soon drawn into a mystery that spans centuries, enlisting the help of guardians sworn […]

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Wizard Squared (Rogue Agent book 3) by K.E. Mills (book review).

May 29, 2014 | By | Reply More
Wizard Squared (Rogue Agent book 3) by K.E. Mills (book review).

‘Wizard Squared’ is the third instalment in K.E. Mills’ ‘Rogue Agent’ series, featuring the extremely powerful wizard Gerald. Here we are shown an alternative view of what might have happened to Gerald and his friends had he taken a slightly different path to defeating Lional in the events of the first book in this series, […]

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Vicious by V.E. Schwab (book review).

April 19, 2014 | By | Reply More
Vicious by V.E. Schwab (book review).

Eli and Victor were best friends in college until a project on EOs, ExtraOrdinary people with strange powers, went wrong. Victor went to jail and Eli went on a quest, but now Victor is out and he wants revenge on the man who ruined his life. As the two circle closer towards a final conflict, […]

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The Watchtower (Black Swan Rising book 2) by Lee Carroll (book review).

April 19, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Watchtower (Black Swan Rising book 2) by Lee Carroll (book review).

Will Hughes has fled to France in search of the Summer Country and the power to regain his mortality after centuries as a vampire. When Garet James receives a painting in the post, she is sure that it comes from Will and sets off on a trip to Paris in search of him. Encountering the […]

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Last To Rise (Rojan Dizon book 3) by Francis Knight (book review).

March 18, 2014 | By | Reply More
Last To Rise (Rojan Dizon book 3) by Francis Knight (book review).

Rojan Dizon caused the city of Mahala to fall to its knees when he destroyed the pain factories that were supplying the city with energy. Even though it was done for all the right reasons, it had led to the city being under siege from two sides, with supplies running low and the population getting […]

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Slights by Kaaron Warren (book review).

February 22, 2014 | By | Reply More
Slights by Kaaron Warren (book review).

Stevie killed her mother at the age of 18. It was an accident, but she was the one driving the car and is certain that everyone blames her. The accident nearly killed Stevie, too, and, when she was close to death, she found herself in a room filled with everyone she’d ever slighted. There was […]

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Black Swan Rising by Lee Carroll (book review).

January 24, 2014 | By | Reply More
Black Swan Rising by Lee Carroll (book review).

Garet James is a jeweller inspired by the old signet ring passed on to her from her mother. As she is looking for other old rings in an antique shop, Garet is shown a box sealed using her mother’s ring and is intrigued. Opening the box for the strange old man in the antique shop […]

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The Air War (Shadows Of The Apt book eight) by Adrian Tchaikovsky (book review).

January 24, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Air War (Shadows Of The Apt book eight) by Adrian Tchaikovsky (book review).

  The ten book epic that is Adrian Tchaikovsky’s ‘Shadows Of The Apt’ series is moving swiftly towards to its conclusion with the 646 page doorstop that is ‘The Air War’. Book 8 sees war return to the Lowlands, this time dominated by, as the title suggests, some serious air battles and a complete shift […]

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The First Neanderthal On The Moon by Roderick MacDonald (ebook review).

January 19, 2014 | By | Reply More
The First Neanderthal On The Moon by Roderick MacDonald (ebook review).

‘The First Neanderthal On The Moon’ is a series of humorous essays providing a miscellany of facts and fictions about a wide range of topics. From food to the scientific method, these essays present a new way of looking at some of the things we take for granted, like who was really the first man […]

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The Desert Spear (The Demon Trilogy book 3) by Peter V. Brett (book review).

January 2, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Desert Spear (The Demon Trilogy book 3) by Peter V. Brett (book review).

Jardir has declared himself Shar’Dama Ka, the Deliverer returned. He is determined to lead his people to great victory over the demons and all the cowardly northern peoples will kneel before him. Yet, not everyone is convinced he is the real Deliverer as another man fights the demons and seeks to free the northern lands. […]

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