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My Review of Grip of Honor by Sam J Fires

Karen’s Review I’d waited over four weeks for this last book of the series to come out and finally downloaded with it anticipation. I devoured and enjoyed every word. It continued the story of sisters Cass and Charlie, and the town of Meadowview and its citizens. Cass had arrived with Isaac and being an a… Continue reading My Review of Grip of Honor by Sam J Fires

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Review of Infinity by Christopher Artinian

The Journey Continues…… Karen’s Review This is the third book in the series and tells the story of what happened after the meteorite hits the earth and wipes everything out. The first book Salvation tells us about the underground bunker that many survived in. The next book is about their escape. In this one we… Continue reading Review of Infinity by Christopher Artinian

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New Reading List for May

Always subject to change, but this is what I intend to read this month. Infected Waters is from the author’s newsletter, and the first in a series. Catalyst, I’ve been asked to read and review, so I hope I like it as it’s a huge book with over 400 pages. Battle of the Hearts is… Continue reading New Reading List for May

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April Reading List

Here are the books I’m reading in April. There is always room for more should I go through them all and when I post this list at the end of the month there maybe additions or deletions, if I run out time. I’ve read No Hiding Place by Susan Lewis a few years ago and… Continue reading April Reading List

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Mechanical Mike by Paul White

Karen’s Magic Reviews This book is just thirty one pages long. Perfect for when you’re looking for a quick read. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and when it finished, I wanted more! In my feature #Pictures Telling Stories, I like to choose images that I feel represent the story I’ve read. Set in WW2, it tells… Continue reading Mechanical Mike by Paul White

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March Reading List

So here is my Reading List for this month. I’ve already read Rebirth and partway through Heroine Fairy Tales. The Fairytales book came for a short story I read last month. I liked it and wanted to read the full series that came in one book. Very good so far. Fourth Quadrant is a fairly… Continue reading March Reading List

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February Reading List

It was an excellent month for books. I had the honour of reading through these great stories. My favourite book from my February reading list is Salvation. The concept was great and the writing magical. I don’t think I’ve read a story with so many characters, but it wasn’t a problem as we got to… Continue reading February Reading List

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Salvation by Christopher Artinian

Karen’s Review Christopher Artinian is a new author to me. I found this book on Instagram and looking at all of his books on display, this one stood out. The vibrant cover caught my attention immediately. I enjoy apocalyptic stories but don’t tend to read that many. I wanted to rectify that and it seemed… Continue reading Salvation by Christopher Artinian

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Best Book of the Year

I’ve had the honour of reading fifty-three books in 2021. Truly a record for me. Now I have to decide the most enjoyable one of the year, and what comes a close second and third There are some stand-out stories, and some I’ve not liked as much. There are long books and short ones, exciting,… Continue reading Best Book of the Year

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Ashes in Winter by K M Cannon

320 pages, Dystopian Karen's Magic Review It’s not often that I read a book twice, especially on request. The Rangers of Waldren was a series of four books if I remember correctly, and I read them over two years ago. They were great dystopian stories that followed a band of survivors when something catastrophic happens.… Continue reading Ashes in Winter by K M Cannon