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Review of a Child of Love and Water by DK Marley

Genre: Historical Fiction Author: DK Marley Publication Date: 19th Oct 2018 Publisher: The White Rabbit Publishing Free on: Kindle Unlimited My Review (contains some spoilers) Child of Love & Water is a very emotional book. Many times I find myself sympathizing with many of the character’s problems. It’s such a unique concept that you haveContinue reading “Review of a Child of Love and Water by DK Marley”

My Review of A Magistrate Zhu Mystery: The Balance of Heaven and Earth by Laurence Westwood

Title: A Magistrate Zhu Mystery: The Balance of Heaven and Earth by Laurence Westwood Author: Laurence Westwood Series: Magistrate Zhu #1 Genre: Historical Fiction Date of Publication: 30th September 2018 Publishers: Shikra Press Blurb: I have been unable to write a judgement that does not seem to offend my conscience, or indeed Heaven, in someContinue reading “My Review of A Magistrate Zhu Mystery: The Balance of Heaven and Earth by Laurence Westwood”

My Review of the United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas

Blurb: Decades ago, Japan won the Second World War. Americans worship their infallible Emperor, and nobody believes that Japan’s conduct in the war was anything but exemplary. Nobody, that is, except the George Washingtons – a shadowy group of rebels fighting for freedom. Their latest subversive tactic is to distribute an illegal video game thatContinue reading “My Review of the United States of Japan by Peter Tieryas”

Review of the Skyweaver (Iskari #3) by Kristen Ciccarelli

Release Date: 12th November 2019 Publisher: Gollancz Genre: YA Fantasy Review Copy: Yes Blog Tour: Sky Weaver Blog Tour organised by Gollancz Blurb: At the end of one world, there always lies another. Safire, a soldier, knows her role in this world is to serve the King of Firgaard—helping to maintain the peace in herContinue reading “Review of the Skyweaver (Iskari #3) by Kristen Ciccarelli”

Five Unicorn Flush by T.J.Berry

Blurb: Only one woman with a magical parasite can unite the galaxy, in the mind-blowing SF sequel to Space Unicorn Blues The Bala, magical creatures, have hidden themselves from cruel and destructive humanity, leaving the galaxy in shambles. Without unicorn-powered faster-than-light travel, mankind is scattered, starving and isolated across the stars. Cowboy Jim has theContinue reading “Five Unicorn Flush by T.J.Berry”

Until We Meet Again by Rosemary Goodacre

Until We Meet Again The Great War drove them apart – but love kept them together Summer 1914: Shy young woman, Amy Fletcher, lives a quiet life in Sussex. An office worker, she lives at home, along with her parents and spirited younger brother, Bertie. But her life is transformed when she meets handsome youngContinue reading “Until We Meet Again by Rosemary Goodacre”

My Review of Radical Politics of Indian Love by Rachita Ramaya Singh

Blurb: ‘Radical Politics of Indian Love’ is a collection of short stories of fiction in an Indian political landscape.India is a land of unity in diversity, organized chaos, but most importantly, India is a land of love. These bitter-sweet stories on how love co-exists in a backdrop of cultural differences, age-old traditions, honor-killings, and politicalContinue reading “My Review of Radical Politics of Indian Love by Rachita Ramaya Singh”

Review of Time Shards by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald

Blurb: It’s called “the Event.” An unimaginable cataclysm in the 23rd century shatters 600 million years of the Earth’s timeline into jumbled fragments. Our world is gone: instantly replaced by a new one made of shattered remnants of the past, present and future, all existing alongside one another in a nightmare patchwork of different timeContinue reading “Review of Time Shards by Dana Fredsti and David Fitzgerald”


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