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Book Review: The Bone Factory by Nate Keayon

Book Review: The Bone Factory by Nate Keayon

The Bone Factory is the most immersive reading experience I have come across recently. Its story is pulls you in completely from start to finish. I enjoyed it immensely. It begins with blood shed giving you a little taste of what’s to come but, you never know when it is coming. What is The Bone […]

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BLB Book Review: Storm Siren by Mary Weber

BLB Book Review: Storm Siren by Mary Weber

Within the war-torn Kingdom of Faelen, it seems hope of surviving is becoming less and less every day. However, salvation comes to its people in the form of seventeen year old, Nymia, a slave with a curse that the people of Faelen purged themselves many years ago. Now, in a twist of irony it seems […]

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Stories From My Youth: Jamaican Ghost Stories – Ol’ Hige

Stories From My Youth: Jamaican Ghost Stories – Ol’ Hige

I swear my uncle was a master story teller. When I visited  his house, every night he would have a strange new tale to tell. My cousins and I would gather around him after dinner, pull the blankets around us and wait. He usually sat outside the back door, stuffing his Tobacco into his rolling […]

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Book Review: Monstrous by Sean Platt and David Wright

Book Review: Monstrous by Sean Platt and David Wright

Monstrous by Sean Platt and David Wright is a book that has good points. Its premise is one of my favourites, what happens after death. Henry Black just died. He and his family were attacked in their home. He finds himself in limbo, confused and frightened he makes a hurried deal with a demon named […]

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Book Review: The Treatment by Mo Hayder

Book Review: The Treatment by Mo Hayder

The Treatment is the second book in the DI Jack Caffery series. Written in 2001, this book covered a very disturbing subject matter. The plot follows Caffery as he races to find an abducted child after the parents are found close to death in their home. This book comes with a warning, it is not […]

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Seven Kinds of Hell by Dana Cameron

Seven Kinds of Hell by Dana Cameron

Young archaeologist, Zoe Miller, seems to be having a run of real bad luck lately. In the months after her mother’s death, she discovers she belongs to a race beings called Fangborns. Werewolves, Vampires and Oracles, who protect mankind from evil. Great! Until her cousin is kidnapped by a psychotic Russian mobster, sending her on […]

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Book Review: Birdman by Mo Hayder

Book Review: Birdman by Mo Hayder

Back of the book reviewer comments. They are very common in the literary world. Little comments from reviewers about a book that appear on publisher websites, on the back of the book or on the first page. Wherever they are, when picking up a book I prefer not to read the because they are sometimes […]

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