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Book Review: White Rabbit

White RabbitWhite Rabbit by K.A. Laity
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

James Draygo used to be a police detective but now he’s a fairy dust addicted psychic just trying to get by. When a well-to-do client gets murdered in his parlour things start to get a little more interesting than Draygo likes and he soon finds himself being dragged through a whole range of complications in an effort to clear his name. Helping him actually put some effort into this are his erstwhile manservant Jinx, the freelance journalist Helen Saunders, and the smart-mouthed ghost of the aforementioned dead client.

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Book Review: Renaria: Into The Adyton

Renaria: Into the Adyton (Renaria, #1)Renaria: Into the Adyton by J.L. Wilson

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Renaria: Into The Adyton is the first book by indie author J. L. Wilson, and tells the tale of Leda, Alex, Travis and Menaia, four young gamers who find themselves pulled into the fantasy world of Renaria in order to combat a dark power that threatens to engulf not just Renaria, but the entire universe.

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Book Review: Emily Nation

Emily NationEmily Nation by Alec McQuay
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

[This review may contain spoilers.]

At some unspecified point in the future, the world is an arid wasteland thanks to a war without explanation. Onto this stage steps Emily Nation the eponymous protagonist of this remarkable and thoroughly enjoyable novel.

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Book Review: Beggar Magic

Beggar MagicBeggar Magic by H.L. Burke

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

[This review may contain spoilers.]

It’s quite rare for me to give a book five stars, so when I tell you that this one deserves all five of them I’m not messing. I’ve previously read (and enjoyed) indie author H. L. Burke‘s fantasy series, The Dragon & The Scholar, so I already had some strong expectations when I started Beggar Magic, and it’s fair to say that her latest work has exceeded those expectations.

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