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Mini review: Hitler’s Ashes How Hitler’s Assassination Leads to the Development of Germany’s Atomic Bomb by John T.Cox

This book was provided by the author’s publisher via my lady Blodeuedd’s excellent blog in return for an honest review. I haven’t been compensated for writing the said review in any way and the fact that the book came free … Continue reading

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Mini review – Overwinter: A Werewolf Tale by David Wellington

  Paperback: 368 pages Publisher: Three Rivers Press; Original edition (September 14, 2010) Language: English ISBN-10: 0307460797 ISBN-13: 978-0307460790     Genre: fantasy fiction, dystopia Target audience: adults Synopsis: Powell and Cheyenne, a pair of werewolves from the first novel in this series, Frostbite, are trying … Continue reading

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Mini review: Witch Eyes by Scott Tracey

Book form: Kndle format e-book Genre :LGBT, fantasy, adventure. Target audience: YA Source: borrowed Synopsis: Braden Michaels, a seventeen-year-old witch boy with a special gift, has lived so far a secluded life with his uncle, John. His gift is called … Continue reading

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Mini review: The Gift of Illusion by Richard Brown

Book info: Book from: pdf file, e-book, Genre: paranormal thriller, crime story Target audience: adults This book was provided by Melissa (BaT) who got it from the author in return for an honest review. Honest it will be. First the … Continue reading

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Mini review: Vampire Empire Book Two: The Rift Walker by Clay Griffith and Susan Griffith

Book info: Paperback: 300 pages Publisher: Pyr (September 6, 2011) Language: English ISBN-10: 1616145234 ISBN-13: 978-1616145231 Genre: steampunk, pulp action Target audience: YA Synopsis (from Goodreads): Princess Adele struggles with a life of marriage and obligation as her Equatorian Empire and their American Republic allies … Continue reading

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Mini review: Lana Halliday – a short story by Lulu Sullivan

Why I read it: I was contacted by the author – thank you very much! – and she asked me to read and review her short story; it was provided  free of charge in exchange for an impartial opinion. That fact, of … Continue reading

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Mini review: Aftermath (Sirantha Jax 05) by Ann Aguirre

Book form: mobi (Kindle) format ebookAuthor: Ann AguirreTitle: AftermathGenre: sci-fi/fantasy/romance/space operaTarget audience: adults Synopsis (if you haven’t read the previous parts you might be spoiled, it is a series after all, sorry): Sirantha Jax went AWOL and managed to rearrange the … Continue reading

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Mini review: The Cambridge List by Robert Clear

Why I read it: I was contacted by Melissa (Books and Things) – thank you very much! – and she asked me to read and review this novel; it was provided by the author free of charge in exchange for … Continue reading

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Mini review: The Devil’s Company by David Liss

· Hardcover: 384 pages · Publisher: Random House; First Edition edition (July 7, 2009)· Language: English· ISBN-10: 1400064198· ISBN-13: 978-1400064199· Genre: historical fiction, thriller· Target audience: adults Synopsis (partially from the back cover): It is the third historical thriller featuring … Continue reading

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Mini review: The River Panj by David Raterman

Author: David RatermanTitle: The River PanjGenre: thrillerForm: e-bookTarget audience: adultsWhy I read it: I was contacted by the author and he was kind enough to offer me his book free of charge in exchange for an impartial review. That fact … Continue reading

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