A Breath After Drowning by Alice Blanchard (Review)

Blog Tour Today is my stop on the A Breath After Drowning blog tour hosted by Titan Books. I have a review to share with you all. Alice Blanchard has created a superb novel that sticks in the mind long after reading. Enjoy the review and pick up the book as soon as you can.……

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Spectacular Historical Fantasy Review: Stone Circle

Stone Circle, by Kate Murdoch ISBN: 978-1-6-387-1 (Ebook)     |     Publisher: Fireship Press Good afternoon you B-E-A-Utiful Bookworms. ^_^ What are you reading at the moment? I’ve just finished Stone Circle, by Kate Murdoch, an inspiring debut novel set in the heart of Renaissance Italy (1585 AD). The Story begins in a peaceful, everyday……

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The Cards of Chaos by AD Jansen

A girl plays a magical card game against the mysterious Jackal to win her life and freedom. It’s clear from the start that this isn’t your usual fantasy. The setting appears to be Victorian-esque small town America, yet the unfortunate Cebina is being sent away as a sacrifice to the mysterious and powerful Jackal. As

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Book Review: The Turncoat’s Gambit by Andrea Cremer (5/5)

YA Fiction, Steampunk Copyright: 2017 In this finale of Creme’s The Inventor’s Secret series, Charlotte and her friends are put to the test. This book has everything that I love from the other two books – adventure, an amazing world, lovable characters, and a continuous plot that never felt too fast or too slow. Overall,

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More like downer….. I had doubts about wanting to see this film, but after seeing the preview several times thought it might be a light-hearted change of pace. I was wrong. The film does start out with an interesting premise … Continue reading →</a

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