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Review:Winter Smith London’s Burning by J.S. Strange

Review:Winter Smith London’s Burning by J.S. Strange

  Synopsis:  A story of survival trust and fear.  The first in the series, Winter Smith is ripped from a rich lifestyle and forced to survive… The zombie virus has torn through the world, and Winter and a group of survivors must get to the Thames Winter deals with the loss of her parents, the […]

Review: Billy and the Cloneasaurus by Stephen Kozeniewski

    Synopsis:  Six billion identical clones make up the entire population of Earth, and William 790-6 (57th Iteration) is exactly like everybody else. In his one year of life he will toil in suburban mediocrity and spend as much cash as possible in order to please his corporate masters. When 790’s first birthday (and […]

Review: Lustlocked by Matt Wallace

SYNOPSIS: The staff of New York’s premier supernatural catering company, has their work cut out for them in this outrageous follow-up to Envy of Angels. Love is in the air at Sin du Jour. The Goblin King (yes, that one) and his Queen are celebrating the marriage of their son to his human bride. Naturally […]

Review: Wildfire (Everealm book #2) by J D Wright

Review: Wildfire (Everealm book #2) by J D Wright

SYNOPSIS: The journey through Everealm continues as new evil arrives, casting mayhem about the realm. While war and wildfire are causing disorder, Bree and Rowan find that assistance from the fairies isn’t what they imagined. As Dagan and Sidonie seek answers to uncover the truth about her family and her magic, they are plagued with […]

Review: Everealm by J. D. Wright

    SYNOPSIS: Breestlin cannot escape her destiny to become ruler of her father’s kingdom, but she never planned to become queen at twenty-three years of age. Upon the return of her first love, Rowan, Bree must quickly learn how to adapt to both her new responsibilities as a ruler and her inability to suppress […]

Review: The Warlock and the Wolf by Delfy Hall

      SYNOPSIS: A scientist. A warlock. A wolf. These three will determine the fate of Holland. In 1647, Holland no longer persecutes witches, and many people don’t believe in witchcraft, including Mina Walraven, a young scientist. Descended from freed slaves, orphan Mina trains as a naturalist in The Hague. She dreams of becoming […]

Review: The Butterfly Crest by Eva Vanrell

9/10 I absolutely adored this book from start to finish. I’ve read a lot of different writing styles lately and this has to be one of my favourites. The tone is very reserved but includes rich detail and a wonderfully unhurried pace so that you feel you can just sit back, relax and enjoy the […]

Review: The Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham

One day I will give a book a bad review but today is not that day. I was already biased in favour of this book for a couple of reasons; I remember my mum telling me she had to read this book in highschool and that she was terrified that the triffids would come to […]