Review: Ghost Walk by Kay Solo

Maaya is a teenager who can see ghosts, and she and her three friends get by on the poor streets of Sark by sealing away troublesome spirits under the direction of a deceptive, malicious wealthy man.Accompanying them is a ghost named Saber, Maaya’s long-time friend. Maaya doesn’t concern herself with world affairs, focusing only on…

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The Beggar Prince by JB Drake

Streetwise Marshalla and innocent kleptomaniac Tip fall foul of the wrong wizard and his scheming son. Marshalla just wants to earn enough money to get them both off the streets, but powerful men have other plans for little Tip, who seems to have a mysterious magic power. Meanwhile, others want to help them (though none

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After He Died by Michael J. Malone (Book Review)

This book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. 20.09.2018 / Orenda Books / Psychological Thriller / Paperback / 300pp / 978-1912374335 Target Audience: Readers who appreciate authors who deliver bold and vividly human stories. This is a story about grief, suspicion and duplicity, with all the harsh themes……

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Throw Back Thursday – Review for The Humans by Matt Haig

Throwback Thursday – My Review For The Humans “This book, this actual book, is set right here, on earth. It is about the meaning of life and nothing at all. It is about what it takes to kill someone and save them. It is about love and dead poets and wholenut peanut butter. It is……

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Monday Mini-Reviews: 9/10

I have not finished… any of the books I was supposed to review so far this month, so here’s what I’ve been doing instead – listening to books that are NOT on my review list! A+ Time Management, Ceillie!  However, all the books I’ve been listening to have been really good, so here’s my group…

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Review: What Ales the Earl by Sally MacKenzie

        Synopsis: Scandal does not define the “fallen” ladies of Puddledon Manor’s Benevolent Home. Instead, it’s a recipe for an intoxicating new future as the women combine their talents—to operate their own brewery and alehouse… When Penelope Barnes arrived at the Home with her young daughter, she discovered a knack for horticulture—and…

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