Book Review: Captive Prince

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Author: C.S. Pacat ISBN: 978-0-14-379959-7 RRP: $19.99 Let me start by saying that Captive Prince is far from my usual genre and not a book I ever would have chosen for myself. I am not big on erotica at the best of times so male on male erotica is not something I would seek out. [...]

Author Interview: Delwyn Jenkins

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We were able to delve into the life and career of Delwyn Jenkins in this recent interview and I must say that I find learning about authors inspires me. I have to agree with Delwyn, as I was growing up authors always seemed a little magical and larger than life so I love glimpsing the [...]

Book Review: Prince Lestat

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Author: Anne Rice ISBN: 978-0-701-18943-3 RRP: $32.99 I am hesitant to even begin this review. I have long been a fan of Anne Rice and I have read the bulk of her back catalogue but never have I attempted to review her work. I have read the earlier books in The Vampire Chronicles multiple times, [...]

Pushing The Limits – Kurt Fearnley

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Pushing The Limits is a book that will be perfect for the sports loving men, and women, in your life. Anyone who likes an inspiring story of someone beating the odds is going to love the story of Kurt Fearnley and his determination to make the most of the hand he’s been dealt. Kurt Fearnley [...]

Book Biographies

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We have already established that I LOVE gifting books, it thrills me when I connect a book with a new reader and I personally don’t feel a gift is truly complete without a book. So what happens when you come across people who aren’t big readers? More often than not you can find a non-fiction [...]

Book Review: The Seek

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Author: Ros Baxter ISBN: 9780857991942 RRP: $4.99 Rox Baxter is back with the first full length novel in her SF Romance series, The Seek. Fans of Ros Baxter will recognise the world and a couple of the characters from her novella White Christmas. The year is 2098 and the remaining humans are adrift in space [...]

Book Review: Midnight Crossroad

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Author: Charlaine Harris ISBN: 978-0-575-09285-3 RRP: $29.99 Midnight Crossroad is the brand new offering from the bestselling Charlaine Harris. Finally she’s left Bon Temps and Sookie Stackhouse behind, and not before time according to many of her fans (me included). This is a brand new trilogy in a brand new town but it brings together [...]

Book Review: Beached

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Author: Ros Baxter eISBN: 9780857991454 eRRP: $4.99 Beached is the second book of the Aegira trilogy and we pick up after Fish Out of Water with a new heroine and a whole new game plan. Rania is still a central part of the trilogy but now she is joined by her sister, a native of [...]

Book Review: Half Bad

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Author: Sally Green ISBN: 978-0-14-135087-5 RRP: £2.99 Half Bad is Sally Green’s debut novel, the first installment of a trilogy following Nathan Byrn. Half Bad is set in a world of magic where there are witches living in society and trying to remain inconspicuous. Those of a magical nature are witches and those who are [...]

Book Review: Red Rising

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Author: Pierce Brown ISBN: 978-1-444-75898-6 RRP: $29.99 Red Rising is the first novel of the Red Rising Trilogy, a science fiction from newcomer Pierce Brown that has been compared to The Hunger Games and Ender’s Game. I haven’t read either of these works so can’t attest to the accuracy of any comparison. In a futuristic [...]