Book Review: Follow the Money (A Tale of Tales) by David Fuentes

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As always I like to start these book reviews with a nice healthy dose of background information, so first off, the book is called Follow the Money (A Tale of Tales) and was written by David Fuentes, if you want to get yourself a copy of this thriller short story collection then you can head… Continue reading Book Review: Follow the Money (A Tale of Tales) by David Fuentes

Book Review: Our Frail Disordered Lives by Mary M. Schmidt

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Before we get into what I think about the book let’s get the bare essentials out of the way, the book is called Our Frail Disorder Lives, it was written by Mary M. Schmidt and was released, according to Amazon, was self published by the author through Lulu Publishing Services on the 16 May 2018.… Continue reading Book Review: Our Frail Disordered Lives by Mary M. Schmidt

Book Review: Return to Tamarlin by K.M Steele

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I rarely get a chance to review work from people that aren’t based in either the UK or US, so it was nice to be able to get a submission from Australia, and it’s a very grounded Australian story, based in New South Wales. What also attracted me to this book was that it was… Continue reading Book Review: Return to Tamarlin by K.M Steele

Book Review: Suburban Vampire Ragnarok by Franklin Posner

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Suburban Vampire Ragnarok was written by Franklin Posner and self published and released according to Amazon on the 2nd July 2018. I have a soft spot for vampire stories, so I was excited to read this and it was well worth a read. Before I get on with what I thought about the book, I’ll… Continue reading Book Review: Suburban Vampire Ragnarok by Franklin Posner

Book Review: Folkland Fables by Jenni Gudgeon

Folkland Fables by Jenni Gudgeon

Folkland Fables was published 23rd March 2018 and is similar in overall style to the 2001 book written by J.K Rowling called ‘Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them’, although this includes wonderful illustrations which add a lot to the book. This story encourages you to use ‘Fairy Sight’ to find the creatures in Folkland… Continue reading Book Review: Folkland Fables by Jenni Gudgeon

Book Review: 31 Days to Live by Lorenzo Dozier

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31 Days to Live was released on November 15th 2015, it’s described by the author as New Adult, that genre is an offshoot of Young Adult, which focuses on the 18-30 year old demographic as opposed to the 12-18 year old age bracket. It deals with Kamel Johnson, a teenager who is tasked with solving… Continue reading Book Review: 31 Days to Live by Lorenzo Dozier

Book Review: The Fixer – The Naked Man (A Katerina Mills Novella) by Jill Amy Rosenblatt

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The Fixer - The Naked Man (A Katerina Mills Novella) is the first book in the thriller series about Katerina ‘Kat’ Mills, a professional fixer who helps the rich and privileged with their problems on the down low. Full of danger and excitement, and a strong lead female character you can check out the book… Continue reading Book Review: The Fixer – The Naked Man (A Katerina Mills Novella) by Jill Amy Rosenblatt

Book Review: Rise of the Necromancer by Robert Lummus

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So a little background information before we get started, ‘Rise of the Necromancer’ is the first book in what will be called ‘The Last Necromancer’ series, it was independently publishing on September 9th 2018 and is purchasable on Amazon. It deals with fantasy and magic in a real world environment, much like the Harry Potter,… Continue reading Book Review: Rise of the Necromancer by Robert Lummus