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Breaking Free, by Caleb Monroe (Fantasy Review)

This was a story I found myself able to relate to straight away. What few people may know about me is that I used to be an agoraphobic and didn’t leave the house for close to three straight years, except on very rare occasions when accompanied by someone close to me. In Breaking Free, Jacob (an agoraphobic man) encounters a strange mythical beast known as a Griffin, which he soon befriends. I found Jacob’s second… Continue reading Breaking Free, by Caleb Monroe (Fantasy Review)

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The Boy Who Lit Up the Sky: The Two Moons of Rehnor, by J. NAOMI. AY

The Story of a Powerful Outcast The Boy Who Lit up the Sky is a Sci-Fi/Fantasy novel that follows the life of half Mishnese, half Karupatani crown-Prince, Senya. With strange silvery eyes and behaviour that leaves much to be desired, Senya soon begins to gain the attention of both moons of Rehnor. Add a Book: Reading List: Our main protagonists are Senya and (though she is introduced half-way through) a human girl named Katie. Katie’s… Continue reading The Boy Who Lit Up the Sky: The Two Moons of Rehnor, by J. NAOMI. AY

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Awakening Alexa, by Racheal Lachman:

This short but compelling tale sees devoted wife Alexa questioning her marriage. From the very start, the reader must ask themselves why her marriage is at risk. I myself was intrigued by the potential answer. Although this story was no more than 70-80 pages, it really did pack a hefty emotional punch. The narration was intelligent, with the perfect choice of wording to hook the reader into the story. A strange series of dreams plague… Continue reading Awakening Alexa, by Racheal Lachman:

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Rotten Magic (Fantasy PROMO)

Rotten Magic, by Jeffrey Bardwell   GENRE: fantasy/steampunk SERIES: The Artifice Mage Saga, Book 0.5 BLURB: Devin will do anything to win. Even resort to magic. Devin competes to become the best artificer in the mage phobic Iron Empire. Who needs magic when you can master the art of machinery? The other apprentices envy his genius and skills . . . especially Benson. Every apprentice hones their craft building and fighting in crude prototypes of… Continue reading Rotten Magic (Fantasy PROMO)

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Cry of the Sea (Fantasy Review)

Cry of the Sea, by D. G. Driver: Juniper seeks to find her own path in life, but her activist parents have other plans. When her father takes her to clean up an oil spill, the pair make a discovery that will change the world. I loved, loved, loved Juniper’s character. Her American-Indian beauty, in addition to her level of maturity and sarcastic sense of humour had me hooked. She’s definitely the kind of person… Continue reading Cry of the Sea (Fantasy Review)