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Review – Heavy Lies the Crown by Ben Galley

(The Scalussen Chronicles Book II) Ah, well, here I am again with my words. I am sorry for leaving you lovely readers hanging for months on end with not a single word. I must admit that a great deal has happened to me during this long quiet time and I have found reading let alone …

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Review – The Forever King by Ben Galley

Review – The Forever King by Ben Galley (The Scalussen Chronicles Book 1) I know, I know, I’ve not lifted my head over the parapet for a while and my blog has been left untouched for far too long gathering drifts of dust and enough cobwebs to spin a ladder to the moon. Hold on …

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Narration and Review of The Shard by Ted Cross

Here's the Story: So I’ve just finished narrating this enormous high epic fantasy called The Shard by Ted Cross. A book I chose to narrate because I loved it. And what a book it is; so many characters with so many different accents, so many adventures with all the highs and lows of real life. …

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Narrating and Review: Smoke and Stone (City of Sacrifice Book 1) by Michael R. Fletcher

It is Boxing Day yet here I am writing a blog for you, my lovely readers, am I a hero? Or just rather sad. A short review and my narration of Michael R Fletcher's latest book: Smoke and Stone First for the blurb: After a cataclysmic war of the gods, the last of humanity huddles …

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Blackwing by Ed McDonald – A Review

  Blackwing by Ed McDonald – A Review   The republic faces annihilation, despite the vigilance of Galharrow's Blackwings. When a raven tattoo rips itself from his arm to deliver a desperate message, Galharrow and a mysterious noblewoman must investigate a long dead sorcerer's legacy. But there is a conspiracy within the citadel: traitors, flesh-eaters …

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The Shadow of What was Lost – A Review

The Shadow of What was Lost by James Islington "As destiny calls, a journey begins... It has been twenty years since the godlike Augurs were overthrown and killed. Now, those who once served them - the Gifted - are spared only because they have accepted the rebellion's Four Tenets, vastly limiting their own powers. As a …

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