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Jan 09
Butler to the Dark Lord by Sam Bowring

Butler to the Dark Lord by Sam Bowring

Reviews 1 ★★★★½

Remember the Goosebumps Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books? You'd read them and at the end of every chapter you had to make choices: to go inside the creepy dark tunnel or not, to investigate the noise coming from downstairs or not, to split up from your best-friend to cover more ground at the haunted carnival or not. Each choice changed the story slightly and there were two or three different endings to the book, depending on the choices you made.

Sam Bowring has written a book in a similar format for ADULTS, and I think it's superb!

Butler to the Dark Lord is...

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Oct 02
Twelve by T.M. Franklin

Twelve by T.M. Franklin

Reviews 0 ★★★★

Twelve rounds out Ava’s journey admirably, and although I am sad to let her go, I have enjoyed every moment of my time with her and Caleb. This is the kind of paranormal fantasy I love to read, and I’ll be looking out for Franklin’s future works with great interest.

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Feb 03
Most Wanted by E.L Friel

Most Wanted by E.L Friel

Reviews 0 ★★★★

I picked this up because it’s written by a prominent YA author (and one of my favourite YA authors, at that), and I’ve enjoyed reading it a lot! We should keep in mind that Friel wrote this book in ten days – which makes this accomplishment all the more amazing….

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Dec 23
The Guardians by T.M. Franklin

The Guardians by T.M. Franklin

Reviews 0

Having enjoyed MORE a lot, I was eager to get into The Guardians and continue Ava and Caleb’s adventure. I’m happy to report that I wasn’t disappointed. The Guardians takes up shortly after MORE, with Ava training to control her newly discovered powers and hiding from the Rogues who are…

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Dec 05
More by T.M. Franklin

More by T.M. Franklin

Reviews 0

A surprisingly complex novel, More is a well crafted début which defies everything you thought you knew about paranormal romance. I enjoyed it immensely, especially since I was initially a little wary, and am making plans to read the sequel. “I think that essentially, we’re human,” he said after a…

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Nov 07
The Scroll by K.B. Hoyle

The Scroll by K.B. Hoyle

Reviews 0

This is the fifth book in the Gateway Chronicles, and as expected, sets us up for what is bound to be an amazing and action-packed conclusion. This novel is undoubtedly darker than the others, and our favourite characters are tested to their limits. Darcy, the main protagonist, and I have…

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Jun 14
Ember X by Jessica Sorensen

Ember X by Jessica Sorensen

Reviews 2

This version the book is an extended new adult edition of the YA release Ember, but I found the new parts clumsy and ultimately unnecessary. Which is not to say that I think I would have enjoyed the original YA version much better – this book has a premise that has…

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Mar 26
Keir by Pippa Jay

Keir by Pippa Jay

Reviews 1

Keir is Pippa Jay’s first published novel, and I am hoping she’s got more in store for us because I really liked it! Spunky and fun, the book follows Keir and Quin on an exciting planet-hopping adventure as they hunt down Quin’s ancient enemies and investigate Keir’s mysterious past. Keir…

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Dec 12
The Enchanted by K.B. Hoyle

The Enchanted by K.B. Hoyle

Reviews 0

Date published: 18th October 2012 Publisher: The Writer’s Coffee Shop Format: Paperback, 220 pages Series: The Gateway Chronicles, Book 4 ISBN 13: 9781612131252 Categories: YA – Fantasy Goodreads / Amazon Source: provided for review by the publisher Darcy Pennington’s course was plotted out for her long before she ever stepped foot in Alitheia, but Colin Mackaby seems…

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