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    Ebook Review: Free Money

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    Barry Vass’s Free Money is, for the most part, a fast-paced, action-packed thriller, adventure type story. The story revolves around Jimmy Spencer, a floorman at a casino in Las Vegas, which means he watches over the gaming tables in the casino and makes sure that no one is cheating. Spencer visits a friend and learns […]

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    Ebook Review: A Fate Worse Than Beath

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    Matt Pike’s “A Fate Worse than Beath,” Book 2 of his Zombie RiZing series, picks right up where Book 1 ends. This time, Beath and her group of friends, Abby, Zhang, Sonny, and Vihaan, along with their science teacher Ms. Simmons a.k.a Ms. Magic (a nickname that is still being deliberated) go up against a […]

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    Ebook Review: The Book of I

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    The Book of I by Jorge Armenteros is a beautiful, lyrical, very stream-of-consciousness type of novel. Parts of the story even read like short poems. The narrative follows Teaston, a tortured painter who feels a strong urge to jump from a cliff. Later on it is revealed that Teaston had an unhappy childhood and eventually […]

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    Ebook Review: The Fifth Crusade

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    The Fifth Crusade by Mark Butler is an enthralling read. I’m not normally a fan of medieval Europe, but Butler has managed to both bring to life some wonderful, conflicting characters while being informative about the Fifth Crusade. The prose is pretty yet just the right amount of graphic, especially when it comes to the […]

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    Ebook Review: The Wonderful Alice of Oz

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    The Wonderful Alice of Oz is a fantastic read, with quirky, unpredictable characters and a lot of mystery. Glick continues to masterfully weave two classic tales into one epic, wonderfully creative story. The Wonderful Alice of Oz is the third book in Ron Glick’s imaginative series that combines Oz and Wonderland. In this book, the […]

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    Ebook Review: Scared to Beath

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    Matt Pike’s latest book, Scared to Beath, is a fast-paced, quirky introduction to his Zombie RiZing series. In Scared to Beath, we meet a group of strong, fiercely loyal kids who, along with their science teacher Ms. Simmons, are fighting together to survive a post-apocalyptic, zombified world. Leading the group is Elizabeth, later known as […]

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    Ebook Review: Kings of the World

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    Kings of the World is Matt Pike’s first novel, though it’s the second book I have read of his (see my review of Apocalypse: Diary of a Sruvivor, where I decided I must read every book he ever writes). Kings of the World is about four teenage boys—Cooper, The Ginge, Knuckles, and Pete—who are chosen […]

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    Ebook Review: The Art of Love

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    The Art of Love is a romantic, intriguing work of historical fiction. A.B. Michaels deftly portrays a couple made for each other, though each has to endure hardships and heartbreak before they find each other. The main characters are August Wolff, a self-made man not afraid to do hard labor to get what he wants, […]

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    Ebook Review: Imago

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    Imago is a gripping, complex thriller. Although I’m not particularly religious and tend not to gravitate towards fiction that revolves around religion, Imago was fast-paced, and had a great underlying message. The story involves two groups of people: the rationalists and the religionists. Both sides have extremists, and both sides also have moderates who have […]

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    Ebook Review: Apocalypse, Diary of a Survivor

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    Apocalypse: Diary of a Survivor may be my new favorite book, which means I will now have to read everything author Matt Pike has written or will write. Set in the present day, starting in April 2014, the book follows the life of Australian teenager Jack, just before and after a giant dark comet unexpectedly hits […]

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    Ebook Review: Immortal’s Discord

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    Ron Glick is an incredibly imaginative author, and I have had the pleasure and honor of reading and reviewing his other books, including Tarinel’s Song, The Wizard in Wonderland, Dorothy Through the Looking Glass, One, and Two. I know he has some amazing plans for the rest of the books in his three current series, and I’m […]

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    Ebook Review: The Memory Box

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    I could not put The Memory Box down. Though the first few pages sound like a typical story about a bored housewife who never wanted to end up in the suburbs, a big mystery is soon revealed that leaves the reader constantly questioning what happens next, all the way until the end of the book. […]

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    Ebook Review: Search Word Pro

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    Paul Krupin is the creator of the series, Search Word Pro, based on a book series called Magic Search Words and a patent he got ten years ago. Krupin has been hard at work publishing this new series, which covers broad topics such as business, recreation, people, health, and the best of everything, as well as […]

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    Ebook Review: Kill With a Borrowed Knife

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    Kill with a Borrowed Knife: or Agent Ai is an action packed, fast paced story with several twists and a lot of adventure. The characters are complicated and have multiple motivations, which are fun to try and figure out. Told from the first-person perspective of Agent Ai, also known as George Quant, Kill with a Borrowed Knife is […]

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    Book Review: The Curse of the Thrax

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    (This review contains some spoilers.) This book’s description does not do it justice. Mark Murphy’s The Curse of the Thrax is a well developed, often humorous, yet somewhat deep fantasy story about 14-year-old Jaykriss and his best friend and cousin, Marda. Jaykriss goes through many challenges as a young teenager. After the death of his […]

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    Ebook Review: The First Sunday

    by Sabrina Author Interviews
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    In addition to receiving a review copy of the ebook from the author, I interviewed R.J. Berry about her work. Read through the full post to learn about her inspiration, advice for indie authors, and future plans. From the very first sentence, it is clear that R.J. Berry has a deep love and respect for her […]

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    Ebook Review: Seeing Colette

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    As I was the ebook converter for this novel, I’m glad to review it. Seeing Colette is a beautifully written novella, with lyrical prose that provides vivid imagery. Every paragraph is pretty to read, such as this one from Part One of the book: As she spoke, he imagined a stone thrown into glistening water and could […]

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    Ebook Review: The Hybrid Author

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    Dianne Sagan kindly gave me a review copy of her latest book, The Hybrid Author. Full disclosure: she used my article for IndieReader, “Why Traditionally Published Authors Are Going Indie,” as part of her research. The Hybrid Author is a great resource, and really digs deep into what the relatively new term means. According to Dianne, there […]

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    Ebook Review: The Author Training Manual

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    I normally only review self-published books, but this one’s topic was so relevant I thought it’d be helpful to post about it. I’m also happy to announce I’m part of the official blog tour, and you can read an excerpt of The Author Training Manual at the end of this post. Nina Amir is the author […]

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    Ebook Review: Credara, Rise of the Kraylen

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    J E Henderson’s first book in The Credara Trilogy, Rise of the Kraylen, was a great start to the series. It’s billed as an epic tale of good versus evil and it really lives up to the hype. The battle is between God and his army of Sitcians, angel warriors, and Lucifer and his army […]

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    Ebook Review: Terror at Mirror Lake

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    Terror at Mirror Lake has some great twists, and delves deep into the backgrounds and psyche of all the main characters. The plot is intriguing. Two men go to the middle of nowhere up north every year for a relaxing fishing trip. However, a death on their most recent trip changes both men forever. With heavy […]

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    Ebook Review: Dorothy Through the Looking Glass (Oz-Wonderland Series)

    by Sabrina Book Reviews
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    I have been waiting to read Dorothy Through the Looking Glass ever since I finished the first book in Ron Glick’s Oz-Wonderland Series, The Wizard in Wonderland. And book two does not disappoint. There is just as much intrigue as in the first book, and the plot thickens, as more characters’ roles in the stories are introduced. I […]

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