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Eve of Destruction by SJ Day - a review
A new urban fantasy series by S.J. Day takes the biblical story of Cain and Abel and gives it new spin.
The Gypsy Morph by Terry Brooks - a review
the third title in Terry Brooks´ Genesis of Shannara series, The Gypsy Morph continues the story of Hawk
The Elves of Cintra by Terry Brooks - a review
The Elves of Cintra is the second title in Terry Brooks´ Genesis of Shannara series and picks up the story left off abruptly in Armageddon´s Children.
Armageddon's Children by Terry Brooks - a review
The Earth is in ruin, its land and water polluted, it´s inhabitants in hiding from the demons and once men that hunt them. But the Word still has hope-- the legendary gypsy morph.
Fate of Camelot by Cynthia Breeding - a review
A fantasy/romance novel with a unique view of the Holy Grail folklore.
Review of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series
Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series is about the frustrations of time travel.
Veins by Lawrence C Connolly - a review
The job should have been quick and easy, but Axel and his partners are on the run, desperately trying to avoid getting killed while half-seen things-- both human and otherwise-- move in the shadows.
Fish and Sphinx by Rae Bridgman - a review
In Fish and Sphinx, Rae Bridgman continues her Middlegate series as Wil and Sophie discover the Serpent´s Chain is plotting to seize Manitoba´s legislative building.
Whitechapel Gods by S M Peters - a review
In an alternate version of Victorian England, Whitechapel is cut off from the rest of the country and ruled by two machines in S M Peters´ steampunk novel.
Mr B Gone by Clive Barker - a review
How does a demon find himself imprisoned in a book? After a series of unlucky experiences Jakabok Botch finds himself in just that situation.
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