Book Review: ‘In Pursuit of Light’ by Sarah B Meadows

‘In Pursuit Of Light’ focuses on the experiences of a close-knit group of men, a ‘band of brothers’ so to speak, each of whom is gifted with some form of special ability. These characters share the role of narrator, giving the reader intimate insights into the events of the story but also into each one’s thoughts, emotions and reactions. Kia is a most mysterious character, who…

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Pursuit – Drawn by Destiny

All Kate wanted was a man who loved her and desired her.. All she knew was that Edward Scott was so not the one! And yet, as destiny would have Her way; a chance business meeting leaves her in the midst of a whirlwind friendship.. romance… or something – that none in their right mind could call love! Set among expatriates in the bustling city…

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Book Review: The Little Light: A Story of Reincarnation and the Crazy Cosmic Family (The Guardians of the Lore Book 1)

Wow! …just wow! What a beautiful, epic debut book! This book got me hooked on the first page — a story derived from lore, spinning to this vibrant, magical story, that gives meaningful and memorable words of wisdom. I lost count actually of all the unforgettable quotes in there. I rarely give a five out of five-star rating, but I must say, this outstanding book…

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In Pursuit of Light: Discovering Kia Book 1 by Jade

While on another rescue mission on Gaia, a group of friends with supernatural abilities make a grizzly discovery: chained to the wall is a woman who has been severely tortured and beaten, yet is still alive. Inexplicably drawn to the woman, the friends attempt to heal her. Rolland, Seb, Jack, Matt, Brad, and Gerry learn that Kia is an Ayran from Mid Arch. Kia has…

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‘Shadow’s Edge: The Kyn Chronicles Book 1’ by Jami Gray

Shadow’s Edge is a really well constructed urban fantasy / paranormal / mystery story that hooks the reader right from the start and envelops them in a web of mystery and conspiracy that holds them captive until the very last page. Also evident from the outset is the writer’s skill at developing character, setting and scene through powerful writing and stunning imagery. This author is…

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Book Review: Star Chaser: The Traveler

The feelings I experienced when I first started reading this book are difficult to describe; they would be similar, I imagine, to the impact one feels when jumping into a Nordic fjord. There’s the shock of cold water, and then the realization that there’s no gentle incline to the ocean floor beneath your feet – it simply drops away into inky black depths. Star Chaser:…

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Comparison of Engagements – Subscribers to Occasional Readers

Most of the time you will notice that publishers and newsrooms keep reducing their staff. That’s because financing media isn’t easy. But most view the subscription model (or the reader revenue model) as the latest strategy that could save journalism. Monetizing on the information these days might seem like an improbable idea, but readers have shown that they are willing to pay for quality content….

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Book Review: ‘Storm at Keizer Manor’ by Ramcy Diek

The story opens at a point where the relationship between Annet and Forrest is complicated by their different pasts and by their different aspirations for the future. As is often the way, their feelings for one another really only crystallize when they are blindsided by events that change everything for them. As the narrative progresses, the reader is reminded of the importance of both communicating…

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The Cursed Kingdom by Jade

Blending elements of clairvoyance, passion, and suspense, The Cursed Kingdom is a page-turning historical fantasy romance that takes readers to Ancient Babylon. The book follows Bela, a Babylonian princess destined by Ishtar never to leave her land, and Alexander, a man destined by the Sun God to conquer it. Replete with vivid imagery, a strong female lead, and unexpected plot twists, The Cursed Kingdom is…

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Book Review: Flower Shields by C.A. King

I want some more! When I got to the last page of this book, all I can say is ‘That’s it?’ Don’t get me wrong, but this book makes me hunger for more! I’ve read tons of books with the Four Horses of Apocalypse as it’s characters, and I didn’t expect the twist or her version of it. I was like, ‘wow this is something…

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