Review: The Vessel by Callum McLaughlin

The Vessel by Callum McLaughlinThe Vessel

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Savaged by disease and riots, the world has descended into a state of chaos. Amidst the desperate remains of humanity, the American government has resorted to extreme measures to try and repopulate their now depleted country but one unwilling subject of their ruthless actions will not suffer in silence.

Escaping from a facility at the heart of their experiments, Eva Cole’s nightmare is far from over. Hunted at every turn, she must fight to survive so that she can expose the truth.
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New Release: Euphoria/Dysphoria by Michelle Browne and Nic Wilson

So I’ve mentioned her before and I can guarantee this won’t be the last time I mention her, but Michelle Browne recently released a new book co-authored with Nic Wilson, another author who’s been on my TBR for a while now. Continue reading

Review: Prophecy of Stones by Mishka Jenkins

Prophecy of Stones by Mishka JenkinsProphecy of Stones

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The bond of love can conquer all, but only if it is accepted.

Prophecy states that three champions imbued with the best virtues of the mortal race: heart, strength and soul, will be the ones to save them all from an enemy which threatens to steal the life from their world and those who live upon it.
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Review: Echoes by Therin Knite

Echoes by Therin KniteEchoes (Echoes #1)

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Washington
District of Columbia
United Republic of Earth
2712

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Twenty-three-year-old Adem Adamend has it rough. His name is ludicrous. His friends are few. And the only thing his “kid genius” status has gotten him at the Interdistrict Bureau of Intelligence is a boatload of extra work with no credit in sight. Continue reading

Review: Cemetery Tours by Jacqueline E. Smith

Cemetery Tours by Jacqueline E. SmithCemetery Tours (Cemetery Tours #1)

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Some secrets are best kept laid to rest.

At least, that’s as far as Michael Sinclair is concerned. At twenty-seven, he has spent his entire life pretending that the ghosts he encounters on a daily basis do not exist. Now, if only the dead would let him rest in peace. Continue reading

The DARK DUET Release Blitz

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KaSonndra Leigh is someone I’ve featured on this blog a time or two before. She was one of the first indie authors whose work I read and absolutely fell for (When Copper Suns Fall, if you’re interested – it’s so, so good). I prefer her fantasy and paranormal series, but I’d never pass an opportunity to show off any release of hers – and, as of last Tuesday, it’s The Dark Duet! Continue reading