Heathens by Jonah Bergan

A young man survives and fights in a dark vision of America torn apart by fear and hatred. Self-named ‘Holden Caulfield’ is a gay teenager with a minor telekinetic ability. He relates the events he’s witnessed as his world fell apart, his attempts to fight back and his struggle to understand it all. The writing

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The Fall of Rath by Gavin South

When an immortal woman falls in love with a charming foreigner, her psycho sister sets an army on the fleeing lovers. Mage Yerikan of Rath is one of the few immortals: he doesn’t age (though he can be killed, just not as easily as normal folk). He’s sent off as ambassador to Jehar, with instructions

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Exquisite by Sarah Stovell (Short Book Review)

Sent to me by Orenda Books in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 01/06/17 Publisher: Orenda Books ISBN: 978-1910633755 Format: Paperback, 300pp Genre: Psychological Thriller Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Tumultuous Book Synopsis Bo Luxton has it all – a loving family, a beautiful home in the Lake District, and a clutch of bestselling……

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A Suitable Lie by Michael J. Malone (Book Review)

Sent to me by Orenda Books in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 15/09/16 Publisher: Orenda Books ISBN: 978-1910633496 Format: Paperback, 300pp Genre: Psychological Thriller/Drama Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Abusive First Impressions I seem to be reading a string of books that handle tough subject matter. A Suitable Lie is a story of spousal abuse. It……

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The Easy Way Out by Steven Amsterdam (Book Review)

Sent to me by Riverrun Books in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 26/07/17 Publisher: Riverrun Books ISBN: 978-1786480842 Format: Paperback, 272pp Genre: Drama Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Euthanasia Book Synopsis EVAN IS A SUICIDE ASSISTANT. HIS JOB IS LEGAL – JUST. Evan is the one at the hospital who hands out……

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Broken Branches by M. Jonathan Lee (Book Review)

Sent to me by Hideaway Fall in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 27/07/17 Publisher: Hideaway Fall ISBN: 978-0995492332 Format: Paperback, 304pp Genre: Drama Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Grievous First Impressions Broken Branches has been on all our minds for quite a while now; ever since Hideaway Fall sent us all a brilliant survival……

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Cover Artist Spotlight Series – Roman Muradov

Welcome to the third instalment of the Cover Artist spotlight series. Today I am lucky enough to feature Roman Muradov. I love his work, it is eccentric, vivid and masterfully original. I am really enjoying this series, I am getting so many brilliant artists involved and I hope you are all enjoying the spotlight posts……

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The Dark Net by Benjamin Percy (Book Review)

Sent to me by Hodder & Stoughton in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 03/08/17 Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton ISBN: 978-1473652217 Format: Paperback, 272pp Genre: Techno Thriller/Horror/Science-Fiction Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Invasive First Impressions As soon as I saw this book, I thought it was going to be my sort of novel. Techno-Thriller that……

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You Will Know Me by Megan Abbott (Book Review)

Sent to me by Picador in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 27/07/17 Publisher: Picador ISBN: 978-1447226352 Format: Hardback, 352pp Genre: Psychological Thriller Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Dedication Book Synopsis Talented and determined, Devon is the centre of her ambitious parents’ world, and the lynchpin of their marriage. There is nothing Katie……

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The Room By The Lake by Emma Dibdin (Book Review)

Sent to me by Head Of Zeus in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 01/07/17 Publisher: Head Of Zeus ISBN: 978-1786694010 Format: Hardback, 310pp Genre: Psychological Drama/Thriller Rating: 5/5 Summed up in a word: Disconnected Book Synopsis When Caitlin moved from London to New York, she thought she had left her problems behind: her alcoholic father,……

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The Only Child by Andrew Pyper (Book Review)

Sent to me by Orion Books in exchange for an honest review. Release Date: 08/06/17 Publisher: Orion Books ISBN: 978-1409161103 Format: Paperback, 304pp Genre: Psychological Thriller/Horror Rating: 4/5 Summed up in a word: Fractured First Impressions When I saw that The Only Child was being compared to Steven King, I was immediately intrigued. Andrew Pyper has crafted a……

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Book Review: The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill (5/5)

Published: 2016 Genre: YA Fantasy You know that lingering sense of doubt when you pick up a book and read the blurbs on the cover? This book had blubs like, “Impossible to put down,” “Enchanting,” and my favorite, “Utterly spellbinding.” Well, in this case, every single one of those is true. The Girl Who Drank

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Book Review: Navigating Indieworld: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing and Marketing Your Book by Julie A. Gerber and Carole P. Roman (3/5)

Genre: Nonfiction Copyright: 2016 Navigating Indieworld: A Beginner’s Guide to Self-Publishing and Marketing Your Book by Julie A. Gerber and Carole P. Roman is indeed a beginner’s guide. It reads less like a book and more like a series of blog posts. While it did have some interesting information concerning marketing, it did not go

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