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Book Review – Cast in Shadow by Michelle Sagara

When the Hawklord teams Kaylin up with Severn, a man from her Nightshade past, Kaylin’s immediate response is to try and kill him, and any form of partnership seems unlikely. But with children’s lives at risk, Kaylin must put some of her past behind her whilst revisiting other parts she’d rather remained forgotten, and force herself to work with Severn to rescue the children. . . . → Read More: Book Review – Cast in Shadow by Michelle Sagara

Book Review – End of Dreams by Kim Faulks

When Rashda receives a vision, she realises that Eve’s unborn son could play a pivotal role in the future of humanity, but only if Edric doesn’t kill Eve first. With the limited information she has, she sets Adley and her Family to find and protect Eve. Time is running out for Eve though, as Edric closes in for the kill while the others are still trying to locate her. . . . → Read More: Book Review – End of Dreams by Kim Faulks

Book Review – and Blue Skies from Pain by Stina Leicht

It’s 1977, Northern Ireland is still in the midst of the “Troubles” and Liam Kelly is trying to put his time as a wheelman for the IRA behind him and come to terms with both his half fey heritage and his grief from the death of his wife and unborn child. . . . → Read More: Book Review – and Blue Skies from Pain by Stina Leicht

Book Review – Plague Year by Jeff Carlson

With humanity slipping off the edge of survival, it’s a race against time to develop a cure for the plague. But it’s not only humanity’s survival at stake; whoever controls the cure chooses who lives or dies and who gets first chance at recovering any sub 10,000ft assets. With all this at stake, the remaining governments won’t think twice about killing anyone or invading anywhere to get a cure and the advantage it provides. . . . → Read More: Book Review – Plague Year by Jeff Carlson

Book Review – The Emperor’s Soul by Brandon Sanderson

The Emperor’s Soul by Brandon Sanderson My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When Shia is caught attempting to substitute a Forged painting for the original in the Imperial Palace, her future looks grim. But her captors, despite despising her skills, need her. For the Emperor barely survived the assassination attempt that killed his wife, and has been left with no memories, no awareness, no soul. . . . → Read More: Book Review – The Emperor’s Soul by Brandon Sanderson

Book Review – Beauty Queens by Libba Bray

A group of beauty queens are on their way to the final pageant, when their plane crashes on a deserted tropical island. With limited resources, the girls must work out how to survive, without ruining their perfect complexion, hair and nails. Can they get out of the competition mindset to work together, or will the beauty pageant winner be the last woman standing? . . . → Read More: Book Review – Beauty Queens by Libba Bray

Book Review – A Memory of Light by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson

In an Age long past, an Age yet to come, a 20 year old fantasy series came to an end. There are neither beginnings or endings to the turning of the Wheel of Time. But it was an ending. . . . → Read More: Book Review – A Memory of Light by Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson