R.H. Webster

I love sci-fi novels, so I started reading Lucky already knowing I'll like it. Of course, I do that with every book I pick up, but unfortunately, I'm rarely right in my pre-assessment. With this book, however, I struck gold. The characters, that setting, the western feel - all of it just grabbed me from the very first chapter! I would love to see this story on the silver screen, would be much more interesting than what's already out there.


Colin

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5.0

Peter Gray

The Awakening has it all - suspense, passion, love and all of that wrapped up in lies and description. It is not like the books I usually read, but I do not regret picking it up!

I'll be sure to keep an eye on the other works of Peter Gray and the next book I'll be reading will be The Tragic Tale of Teddy Woven.


Mckayla,

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5.0

Alex Craigie

A compelling and emotional story


The plot is engaging and the fact that is skipping through time so seamlessly is amazing. I enjoyed how easy it is to orientate in the timeline. You know some books that are back and forth from the future to past to present can confuse you? Well, this one is not one of them - the writing is superb and the story is moving at a pace that you can follow easily. The story itself was emotionally packed and I really enjoyed every bit of it. 


I'm happy I read this book. I recommend it :) 


Julie,

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5.0

Sally Rawhey

Simply beautiful! I'll just post this:

"There" where anger destroys,

"THERE" where ambition is born,

"THERE" where God grants happiness...

I'm not usually that much into reading poems, but for some reason Sally Rawhey's work spoke to me.

There is a book of poems that takes you "THERE"

It's true - whatever is THERE for you, you'll be taken there in a heartbeat!


Mckayla,

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5.0

Z Vally

As Z. Vally promises, the story is quite entertaining.

I love reading romantic stories with a dose of comic relief, just to keep the story more relatable. Alexis and Sven are well though out as characters, likable and awkward in a way (which is a plus in this case). And I have to mention the description of the scenery - I read a few of the reviews of my fellow readers and I have to agree, that the author did a great job with the descriptions! Will keep an eye on Z. Vally's work for more hidden gems like The Green Line Divide.


Mckayla,

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5.0

Blue Spruell

I love Japanese culture and mythology, so TARO really did spark my interest from page one.

I think that Blue Spruell did a great job in describing the scenery and the story development.

I'll be keeping an eye on the author's work for more Japanese-related goodies!


Mckayla,

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5.0

Annette Austin

I loved the book!

I don't usually read romance, but this book definitely captured my attention! The characters are well thought and likable, I really want to know what happens next, so book 2 - here I come.


Mckayla,

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5.0

Collette Cameron

Earl of Keyworth is a great read. The plot is incredibly interesting and the characters are compelling. The delivery is wonderfully done. I can say that this is a book worth your time. 


 I recommend! 


Sofie,

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5.0

Arjay Lewis

Fire In The Mind is an interesting book. It is full of different ideas that mix well together. The set of characters is compelling. It is overall well-written and well-developed. 


 I recommend! 


Cameron,

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5.0

Maureen Scanlon

My Dog is My Relationship Coach is a very insightful book. It is inspirational and it can serve as a relationship guide. The book is very well written and informative. 


 I recommend! 


Sofie, 

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5.0

Sam Anthony

The Adulterer's Handbook is a nice book for its genre. The plot is consistent and thought out. The characters are well developed. The story itself is different and a bit twisted at times. 


I recommend!


Julie, 

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4.0

Kim Cormack

Comedy, Fantasy, Suspense...what else do a reader need? Tragic Fools is a funny, entertaining read with paranormal elements. I enjoyed this book a lot, the world that the author created is definitely compelling. The characters are well-developed and interesting. 


I recommend!


Steven, 

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5.0