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Symphony of Dreams by Cynthia Rogan

We first meet our main protagonist Symphony when she is a young child in her first years of school. Sleeping has become a worry for Symphony as her dreams are not the usual creative flights of fantasy, Symphony’s dreams portend … Continue reading

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Call of the Raven (Darkness Unleashed) by RG Porter

Having read and reviewed the previous novels in the series I was pleased when the author R G Porter asked me if I would like to read and review Call of the Raven. Danicayne is a young woman with a … Continue reading

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The Dark Man’s Son (The Guardian Chronicles) By Meg Whitlock

From almost the beginning of time there have been guardians. Twins, brother and sister, one who is light and goodness, one who is dark and evil. The choice of which side they will follow made for them before they began … Continue reading

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Revelations of Doom (The Light Warden) by Jedidiah Behe

In the fantasy world of Los, Lucian has grown up on a farm with loving parents, a much loved older brother in a quiet and prosperous village. He has lived a quiet, unremarkable life within the boundaries of his tribes … Continue reading

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Crystal Shade: Angeni, Volume I by Istvan Szabo Ifj and Orlando Szabo

Reading Crystal Shade was both an adventure into a complex world of angels and a thoughtful beautifully written work of art. Seldom do I find a young adult novel with both a good story which will capture the hearts of … Continue reading

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The Devil is a Gentleman (A Niki Slobodian Novel: Book 2) by JL Murray

Having read the first novel in the series I was intrigued when I saw the second book in the series being offered. I liked the first novel but was a bit disappointed in the presentation and writing. None the less, … Continue reading

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Hidden in the Amethyst (Amelia Maylock Book 2) by Jason Ellis

Hidden in the Amyethyst is the second book in the Amelia Maylock series by Jason Ellis. While it is the second it does stand well alone for anyone who has not read the previous book The 12th Year Awakening. Summer … Continue reading

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Second Chances by Dannye Williamsen

I have read more than a few paranormal novels and I have to say this is among the best, if not the best I have read in a long while. The writing is almost electric, you can feel the tension … Continue reading

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Deadlocked: A Sookie Stackhouse Novel by Charlaine Harris

After reading the novel and then looking over the reviews I wonder if I didn’t get a different take on this novel from many of the other reviewers. There are many synopses, so I won’t do one here. What I … Continue reading

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Born of Silence (The League) By Sherrilyn Kenyon

I have only recently begun reading The League Series and have not been as moved by it as some of Ms. Kenyon’s other work. Born of Silence, however, was more interesting as I knew she was going to take a … Continue reading

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