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Forsaken | J D Barker | a review

Title: Forsaken Series: Shadow Cove Saga Author: J D Barker Genre: Horror / Paranormal Publisher: Hampton Creek Press Release Date: November 2014 Format: Kindle Pages: 386 Source: Bought myself From the witch trials of centuries past, an evil awakens. Inspired by Actual Events Excerpt from the Journal of Clayton Stone – 1692 She was examined today without torture at Shadow…

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Ensnared | AG Howard | Splintered #3

(for some reason, this post just didnt want me to place a read more tag, kept wanting to place it at the end of the posts, which is a tad annoying …well more than a tad actually, but anyways… lets get on with it!!) Immediate thoughts post book – what the fuck is a labret? Alyssa really started to get…

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Unhinged| A G Howard | Splintered series #2

Title: Unhinged Series: Splintered series Author: A G Howard Genre: YA/ Teen / Fantasy Publisher: Amulet Books Release Date: January 2014 Format: Audiobook Source: Audible .com / Bought myself with monthly subscription Alyssa Gardner has been down the rabbit hole and faced the bandersnatch. She saved the life of Jeb, the guy she loves, and escaped the machinations of the…

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Watching, Wearing, Wanting | #1

Watching, Wearing, Wanting, Wednesday is very easy, all you have to do is list something that falls into those three categories. It can be bookish or non bookish related! This meme was created by Ashley at Parttimebooknerd and she says it is free to use by anyone, so, here is mine!

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Mangle Street Murders

Title: Mangle Street Murders Series: The Gower Street Detective #1 Author: M.R.C. Kasasian Genre: Murder Mystery Publisher: Head of Zeus Release Date: Novemember 2013 Format: Audiobook and Hardback Pages: 336 Source: Audible .com / Bought myself with monthly subscription After her father dies, March Middleton has to move to London to live with her guardian, Sidney Grice, the country’s most…

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