Book, Fantasy, Kindle Unlimited, Romance

Courageous Heroine Fairy Tales by Lisa Shea

Karen’s Magic Review I thoroughly enjoyed this retelling of favourite fairy tales. I found the idea conjured up by the author clever, and entertaining. In my #Pictures Telling Story feature. I like to choose images that I feel fits the story I’ve read. Each picture is easily identifiable, Cinderella, known as Ella, Snow White, and… Continue reading Courageous Heroine Fairy Tales by Lisa Shea

Book, Kindle Unlimited, Post Apocolyptic, series

Rebirth by Christopher Artinian

Karen’s Magic Review This is the second book in the The Burning Tree series. Salvation is the first, and I chose it as my favourite read of February. In my feature for Pictures Telling Stories, I like to choose images that match what I've read. The asteroid hits the earth before the first book started.… Continue reading Rebirth by Christopher Artinian

Book, Dystopian, Fantasy, Mystery

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

Fantasy, series, Young Adult/Teen

Larougo, Book Two of The Uluru Legacy

Karen’s Magic Review This book was an amazing read. The story built up slowly giving me time to get to know the characters. Too often a book moves forward at such a pace it’s hard to remember who everyone is. Larougo had a lot of characters, but I hardly noticed until now. They blended in… Continue reading Larougo, Book Two of The Uluru Legacy

Fantasy

Cult of Dracula #6 by Rich Davis

Karen’s Magic Review Here we have finally reached the last book of series. At the start of this journey, I wanted to broaden my horizons and read something different. I have achieved that. In the pictures telling stories, I have included a picture of the author Rich Davis. He deserves to be there, too. The… Continue reading Cult of Dracula #6 by Rich Davis

Fantasy

Cult of Dracula #5 by Rich Davis

Karen’s Magic Review In the pictures telling stories I give you my interpretation of the book I’ve just read. In this case the 5th book in the series. Although I recognised one of the characters, the cult leader, I wasn’t able to determine the girls, Lucy and Mina. Although the later was named in one… Continue reading Cult of Dracula #5 by Rich Davis

Fantasy, Young Adult/Teen

Garkin, Book One of The Uluru Legacy

Karen’s Magic Review In my feature Pictures Telling Stories, I give my interpretation of the story I've read. It starts on a plane from America to Australia with Amelia, the main character on her way to see the mother who gave her away at birth. At this point, Amelia has no idea what awaits her,… Continue reading Garkin, Book One of The Uluru Legacy

Fantasy

Cult of Dracula #4 by Rich Davis

Karen’s Magic Review This is fourth book I’ve read of this series, and if you enjoy a bit of horror and gore this has a lot of it. All in thrilling and vivid pictures, that tell an intense story. My interpretation of the book is represented in pictures. It is not a standalone story. You… Continue reading Cult of Dracula #4 by Rich Davis

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Cult of Dracula #3 by Rich Davis

Karen’s Magic Review This is book three of the series, and the story has become more graphic and more intense. In the pictures telling stories above, I’ve given a small interpretation of the story as I see it. Daughters of Dracula are featured and it was creepy and chilling. I felt there was something dark… Continue reading Cult of Dracula #3 by Rich Davis

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Cult of Dracula, #2, by Rich Davis

Karen’s Magic Review I had to reread the first book to remind myself of the story as this is a continuation. Second time around, I found that I picked up on things I missed the first time. The good thing about a recap is that it’s easy to flick back. After my refresher, it seems… Continue reading Cult of Dracula, #2, by Rich Davis