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Aug 31
The Undivided by Jennifer Fallon

The Undivided by Jennifer Fallon

Reviews 0

Date published: 1st March 2011 Publisher: HarperVoyager Format: Paperback, 506 pages Series: Rift Runners, Book 1 ISBN 13: 9780732290870 Categories: Fantasy Goodreads / Booktopia (AU) / Bookworld Challenge: 2012 Australian Women Writers Reading Challenge Source: bought The Undivided are divided. The psychic twins, Ronan and Darragh, have been separated by the traitor Druid, Amergin, who has kidnapped Ronan and thrown him through a rift into another reality. Now time is running out for Darragh. If Ronan isn't found soon, they will both die. But his twin brother is lost in a reality where Druids are legend, and there is no magic. Somehow, before the Autumn Equinox, they...

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Aug 01
Bridge of Swords by Duncan Lay

Bridge of Swords by Duncan Lay

Reviews 1 ★★★★★

The beauty of this book is that it takes everything we know and love about fantastical literature and uses them in an innovative way. Everything about Bridge of Swords is brilliant – a gripping plot line peppered with well executed action sequences, interesting characters driven by realistic motivations, and a…

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Jul 23
The Shadow’s Heir by K. J. Taylor

The Shadow’s Heir by K. J. Taylor

Reviews 3 ★★★★

A copy of this book was provided for review by the publisher. This review contains mild spoilers for The Fallen Moon trilogy: The Dark Griffin, The Griffin’s Flight and The Griffin’s War. Laela Redguard is a half-breed Northerner raised in the South. Left homeless after the death of her foster…

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Jul 19
The Griffin’s War by K. J. Taylor

The Griffin’s War by K. J. Taylor

Reviews 1 ★★★★

This review contains mild spoilers for The Dark Griffin and The Griffin’s Flight. A man falls. A monster rises … The dark griffin Skandar flies in search of his chosen human, while the wild woman Skade goes with him to find her lost love. And a young griffiner believes he can…

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Jul 16
The Griffin’s Flight by K. J. Taylor

The Griffin’s Flight by K. J. Taylor

Reviews 1 ★★★★

This review contains mild spoilers for The Dark Griffin. Arren Cardockson is dead… but something won′t let him rest. Hated and hunted, Arren′s only ally is Skandar, the monstrous man-eating dark griffin. Together they must reach the cold North, where they may be able to hide from Erian, vengeful son…

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Jul 10
Nightfall by Will Elliott

Nightfall by Will Elliott

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A copy of this book was provided by the publisher for review. Aden awakens naked in a bath tub, knowing only that he is dead. His new world is Nightfall, a place filled with characters bizarre, grotesque and magical: Julius the duke, the monstrous Gorr family, the goddess Muse, Slythe…

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Jul 04
The Dark Griffin by K. J. Taylor

The Dark Griffin by K. J. Taylor

Reviews 2 ★★★★

In the land of Cymria, humans and griffins rule side by side. To be a griffiner — the human companion and ambassador to a griffin — is to have both status and dangerous responsibility. Arren Cardockson is a despised Northener, a people conquered and enslaved centuries ago. By freak chance,…

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Jun 25
Unravelling by Elizabeth Norris

Unravelling by Elizabeth Norris

Reviews 2 ★★★★★

Every now and again I come across a book that screams to be read in one sitting – forget eating and sleeping and just read! Unravelling is one of these books, and unfortunately my read through it was interrupted by … work. But I went straight back to it after…

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Jun 12
Fury by Rebecca Lim

Fury by Rebecca Lim

Reviews 1 ★★★★

Even though the blurb suggests a certain fierceness on Mercy’s behalf, I had not expected Fury to be as wild and savage as it is. Restored to her full glory as a high-ranking angel of heaven, Mercy is just starting to realise how different she is from the humans she…

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Jun 09
The Selection by Kiera Cass

The Selection by Kiera Cass

Reviews 3 ★★½

Pretty cover aside, I found the first half of The Selection to be average, but the book improves vastly around the half-way mark and, as I rapidly approached the end, I realised that I was hooked! Initially this story of a girl from a poor family winning the chance to…

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Jun 08
Winter Be My Shield by Jo Spurrier

Winter Be My Shield by Jo Spurrier

Reviews 4 ★★★★

I was expecting this novel to be great based on Tsana’s review, but I hadn’t anticipated exactly how much I would enjoy it. I had to read it over three days, and when faced with a few moments of spare time I found myself cracking the spine to read a…

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