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Naming the Hangman – Eric Plume

★★★★★ The phone always rings at the wrong time. Seattle PI Amber Eckart has finally had a bit of luck when it comes to her business....but that's quickly running out. She needs more clients to maintain her agency, but needs more people to handle those clients...but to get those people she needs money, hence more… Continue reading Naming the Hangman – Eric Plume

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Just Ask the Universe: A No-Nonsense Guide to Manifesting Your Dreams – Michael Samuels

★★★★ The fact is we're just getting warmed up. A self-help book with a heart! In this one, Michael Samuels discuses what he's learned about the Universe and how he (and you) can make it work in his (your) favor. Just Ask the Universe is not a book of New Age gobbledygook filled with empty promise I… Continue reading Just Ask the Universe: A No-Nonsense Guide to Manifesting Your Dreams – Michael Samuels

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Devourers from Suryaksh: Race to the Last Eventuality – Varun Sayal

★★★ ½ You are building something incredible. But you are going to use it for all peaceful purposes. Which, if you ask me, is a complete waste of such a powerful weapon. Tej, still barely recovering from his last battle, must prepare himself for one more. He's still in mourning of his wife and child… Continue reading Devourers from Suryaksh: Race to the Last Eventuality – Varun Sayal

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The History Major – Michael Phillip Cash

★★★ People are trapped in history, and history is trapped in them. Amanda Greene just moved into her dorm, she's starting her freshman year and (possibly) broke up with her boyfriend. Aces. The next morning she wakes up and everything...is different. And also, not-different. She's still in her dorm, surrounded by her things but there's something decidedly wrong about it all. Something… Continue reading The History Major – Michael Phillip Cash

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How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse – K. Eason

★★★ ½ Whatever happened now, Rory was on her own. Rory Thorne is (quite literally) blessed. The Thorne family line has only had males for the last 200 years...but thanks to her mother's wish for a daughter, Rory was born. And with that...came certain obligations. "Nevertheless, Majesty...You must invite the fairies...so that they may bless her.… Continue reading How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse – K. Eason

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The Look-Alike – Erica Spindler

★★★★ "What time is it there?" "Same time as it is in Tranquility Bluffs...I've come home." Sienna Scott spent the last ten years in England, escaping from a brutal murder and her paranoid mother. Ever since Sienna was born, her mother has had paranoid delusions regarding her daughter's safety. "You can't protect yourself from what you don't… Continue reading The Look-Alike – Erica Spindler

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The Whitechapel Plot – Simon Brading

★★★★ ½ Well, it's actually a lot worse than I let on - we're fighting a full out war and we're losing. Badly. Sam may look like a teenager, he might go to school, play with his friends and do all the typical things...but inside, it's a whole different story. You see, Sam has: the ability to travel… Continue reading The Whitechapel Plot – Simon Brading