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Fiona Jade

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✴ ✴ ✴ ✴ ✴ NOW I JUST WANNA GO ON A ROAD-TRIP! I always do this thing where I read books that are PERFECT for the summer time and for when I go on holiday yet I read it literally the month/few weeks before summer begins...
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Renezmai Rude

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Chapbook Review!
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Guy Portman

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My Review of On the Road by Jack Kerouac 
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Li Zan Hiu

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Marguerite is on a mission, traveling across dimensions to have her revenge on the man who killed her father. What will she encounter in all those different dimensions? #bookreview   #claudiagray   #youngadult   #fantasy  
Marguerite Caine grew up surrounded by cutting-edge scientific theories, thanks to her brilliant physicist parents. Yet nothing us more astounding than her mother's latest invention - a device called the Firebird, which allows people to leap into alternate dimensions.
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+Olivia Roach Me too, the next book's cover is gorgeous too
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Mark Tilbury

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My 4* #bookreview  of The Hole Opportunity by +James Minter 
Colin and Izzy Griggs are in financial trouble with their farm and the story centers around their funny and unusual methods to make money. This is a British farce that works w...
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love the cover. It's "Family-Guy"ish.
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Bri Delacy

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Everyone, add this #book to your Summer reading list. 

Read my review in the link provided.
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Belart Wright

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Here's a book I think you'll all enjoy!  Here's my review of Fantasy of Flight: Tainted Accords #2, by Kelly St. Clare.

http://belartscorner.blogspot.com/2015/05/indie-book-corner-fantasy-of-flight.html
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Brenna Pappert

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Sacrificed (the Last Oracle)

Emily Wibberley

Paperback, 306 pages
Published February 13th 2015 by Paranoid Productions (first published December 31st 2014)
ISBN 1505896789 (ISBN13: 9781505896787) 
also available as Kindle Edition
 
I am usually not one to read YA fantasy books, but thought I would give this one a try. Sacrificed is Emily Wibberley's debut novel and the first of the Oracle Series. I definitely liked the main character, Clio. The author clearly defines Clio's struggle to discovers who she is and who she wants to become. The pace of the story held strong through the book, making it easy to stay engaged in the plot. I am looking forward to reading the 2nd of the series when it comes out.


***this novel was received from the author in exchange for a fair review.***

#emilywibberley   #youngadult    #fantasy #reviewed  #2015NEXTGENERATIONINDIEBOOKAWARDSFINALIST #PARISBOOKFESTIVALHONORABLEMENTIONYOUNG
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Eduardo Suastegui

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#BookReview: Brass Giant, by Brooke Johnson @brookenomicon #steampunk #romance

For the past few months I have looked forward to Brooke Johnson’s debut novel, The Brass Giant. Somewhat familiar with her writing (Dark Lord in Training), I was curious to see what sort of story she’d deliver in the increasingly popular steampunk genre.…
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Zuzana Vystrcilova

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Book Review Alert! THE GEOGRAPHY OF YOU AND ME by Jennifer E. Smith - one of my favourite authors is back with another wonderful and romantic story about first love so strong that it survives even the longest distance. 
Warning! Losing hope in love and faith? Read this book and your world be bright again! THE GEOGRAPHY OF YOU AND ME is a contemporary YA love story written by lovely and very, very talented Jennifer E. Smith. I love Jennifer...
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Eduardo Suastegui

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#BookReview: Stone Age, by ML Banner

For a while, with no small degree of admiration–OK, and a tad of envy–I have watched M.L. Banner’s progress as an indie author. Whatever I may say in the rest of this review, his storytelling has demonstrably engaged a great many readers. Launching off…
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Kelly Schuknecht

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Book Review: What the Plus! by Guy Kawasaki (5 stars)
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Elena Vasileva

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The best paranormal romance series, Psy-Changeling,@Nalini Singh releases it's latest instalment, Shards of Hope, tomorrow. Aden and Zaira's story was so intense and full of uenxpected twists and turns, I had great fun with it!
#PNR #Reviews #4Stars
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Lisa Pk

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What do you get when you mix a hard drinking lawyer with a five-year-old daughter and a defendant accused of murdering his wife? Blind Justice. Or maybe not.
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Mark Tilbury

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My 4* #bookreview  of the suspense thriller, Trespass by +Marla Madison on Goodreads.
Private investigator TJ Peacock begins investigating an explosion in which a man dies and begins uncovering things that the police have missed. As more people die TJ and the p...
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Emma Williams

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John Green's debut Looking For Alaska doesn't quite live up to The Fault In Our Stars, but it's still an emotional ride. Here's my review. #bookreviews   #johngreen  
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saket suryesh

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robert eggleton

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The most enjoyable science fiction novel I have read in several years
 
Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton is the most enjoyable science fiction novel I have read in several years.

Who could think of an intergalactic handbook for entrepreneurs? Who could turn a tree-hugger into a paranormal event of death-defying significance? Who could create characters so believable, so funny, so astonishingly human (and not)?

Robert Eggleton, that’s who.

I put this book on my IPhone, and it followed me everywhere for several days. Strangers smiled politely at my unexpected laughter in the men’s room toilet stall. They looked away as I emerged, waving the IPhone at them as if it might explain something significant.

Oddly, the novel explains a great deal that has become significant in our society. Rarity from the Hollow is satire at its best and highest level. It is a psychological thriller, true to traits of mankind (and other species). It is an animal rights dissertation (you will laugh when you understand why I write that). It celebrates the vilest insect on earth (make that Universe).

The characters created by Robert Eggleton will bug your brain long after you smoke, uh, read the final page. Thanks for the laughs, the serious thoughts, the absolute wonder of your mind, Mr. Eggleton. A truly magnificent job.
 
You have my permission to use this however you see fit, with the following attribution:
Temple Emmet Williams, Author, former Reader’s Digest editor
 
http://warriorpatient.com/blog/2015/05/18/58/  
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Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton is the most enjoyable science fiction novel I have read in several years. Who could think of an intergalactic handbook for entrepreneurs? Who could turn a tree-hugger into a paranormal event of death-defying significance? Who could create characters so ...
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Olivia Roach

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Check out my book review of the Christian fiction romance book, Devon's Choice by Catherine Bennett! http://olivia-savannah.blogspot.nl/2015/05/devons-choice-review.html
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Ella Drayton

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This is one of the best books I've read this year! I cannot wait to read more from this author!
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