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A Draw of Kings (The Staff and the Sword #3)

A Draw of Kings by Patrick W. Carr
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I honestly wish I would have known that this was the third and final book to The Staff & The Sword series. 231 more words


Review: 'The Five People You Meet in Heaven' by Mitch Albom

What can I say about this book. It’s older than the others I’ve read so far this year, having been first published in 2003. It’s a book that is on most people’s radar – if you haven’t read it, you’ve probably heard about it. 193 more words


Strange Bedfellows

When you consider the tonnage of the tomes under which our planet groans, there doesn’t seem to be any new ground left to cover in the BISAC Subject Heading Codes for marketing books. 547 more words

She Came for Deliverance

It was another close call to love. Like all of the ones before. Except this time, Kara didn’t know it would end up being empty. She acted strange. 752 more words

Short Stories By Shanel Adams

REVIEW: Angels and Demons

Angels and Demons (Robert Langdon #1)

Written by Dan Brown

Rating:★★★★ 4 stars

“Nothing captured human interest like human tragedy.”

If you want a book with a mixture of information and thrilling adventure, Robert Langdon is the person for you.

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Review: Simon's Splinter, by James Fant

Title: Simon’s Splinter
Author: James Fant
Publisher: Real Fantasy Publishing
Genre: Religious Fiction
Pages: 131, eBook edition

**A free eBook copy was given to me by… 401 more words

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