Monthly Archives: August 2017

Book of Dragons by Zarbocus

Review: The Book of Dragons by Zarbocus is the first book of the My Immortal Story series. This book is a first-person narrative by Zarbocus about his life. He is immortal, but not in the sense of not being able … Continue reading

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Finders Keepers by Stephen King

Review: Finders Keepers by Stephen King is the second book in the Bill Hodges Trilogy. Although it does contain all the main characters from the first book, they are not the main story. This book crosses back and forth between … Continue reading

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The Laird of Duncan by Craig Comer

Review: The Laird of Duncan by Craig Comer is the first book in the Fey Matter series. This book follows Effie, a half-fey half-human known as a Sithling. In the beginning of the book she is a scared little girl, … Continue reading

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Immisceo (Taken) by Shona Moyce

Review: Immisco:Taken by Shona Moyce is the first book in the Immisceo series. In the beginning, it seems like Amara is the lead character, but twists in plot show you she is not. The author did very well in showing … Continue reading

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Fidget Spinners Destroyed My Family by George Billions

Review: Fidget Spinners Destroyed My Family by George Billions was an interesting read. To be honest, the main character is an alcoholic mother who blames the destruction of her family on fidget spinners. Now while I think those particular toys … Continue reading

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The Secrets of Islayne by Kari Lynn West

Review: The Secrets of Islayne by Kari Lynn West follows the life of a group of friends living on an island. This book takes place during modern day times, but has an added element of supernatural events. There is adventure, … Continue reading

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Beauty by Peter Liney

Review: Beauty by Peter Liney is a novel about the future where beauty has become something people steal from one another. After years of horrible deaths where the beautiful are butchered for their faces and organs, people now strive to … Continue reading

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