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Stealing Phoenix by Joss Stirling

I could not immediately get into this story, the main character Phoenix a character I could not immediately identify with.  Her situation so far removed from my everyday it was not until half way through the book I started really getting into the story. 23 more words

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Finding Sky by Joss Stirling

There is something about this book that from early on had me thinking I had read it before, even though I knew I had not.  The concept of soulfinders though not new to me, as they feature under different names in a lot of books, however the idea… 18 more words

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Constantine a Novelization by John Shirley

Constantine the book is everything the movie starring Keanu Reeves is and more.  I was very pleased to find that both book and movie was very similar to each other.  31 more words

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A Casual Vacancy by J.K. Rowling

Before I can in good conscious recommend this book to anyone I must start by stating that this book is for the mature reader.  Subjects such as self-harm, neglect, substance abuse, rape and other scenes of sexual nature are all included in this book.  24 more words

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Sleepless in Manhattan by Sarah Morgan

Everyone these days uses the word cliché as if it is a bad thing for something to be.
However things have become cliché for a reason; because it works and because we like it.  29 more words

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I, Robot by Isaac Asimov

When I started reading this book, I was surprised to discover that it was nothing like the movie starring Will Smith which was supposedly based on this book.    37 more words

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The Klone and I by Danielle Steel

Packed full with romance so much so it does not let up for one second.  The Klone and I is a very easy read from start to finish.  29 more words

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