Jerk Magnet: A Guide to Demagnetize

Review: Jerk Magnet: A Guide to Demagnetize by Dr. Bill Bunn

★★★★ Many people (women especially) have said "I'm always attracted to the bad ones." In Jerk Magnet: A Guide to ...
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Handful of Memories by Robert A. Cozzi

Review: Handful of Memories by Robert A. Cozzi

★★★★ In Handful of Memories, Robert A. Cozzi continues his exploration of themes that frequent his work, particularly in regards ...
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Choice and Consequence of Normality

Review: Choice and Consequence of “Normality” by Albert Oon

★★★ In Choice and Consequence of "Normality," author Albert Oon challenges readers with a blunt and fast-paced tale of dangerous ...
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University of Life by Daley James Francis

Review: University of Life by Daley James Francis

★★★★★ It's the summer of '97: Prime Minister Tony Blair's first year of office, Princess Diana's unbeknownst final weeks, the ...
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Maybe God Was an Irishman by Bernie Donnelly

Review: Maybe God Was an Irishman by Bernie Donnelly

★★★★ The complexities of religion, faith, love and tragedy tangle in the pages of Maybe God Was an Irishman, an ...
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The University of Corporeal and Ethereal Studies

Review: The University of Corporeal and Ethereal Studies by Wolfgang Edwards

★★★★½ For readers who are looking for an exciting ride past the boundaries of the unknown, the wild tales of ...
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Reverence by Joshua Aaron Landeros

Review: Reverence by Joshua Aaron Landeros

★★★★ Reverence by Joshua Aaron Landeros is a suspenseful work of dystopian science fiction about a not-too-distant future. In an ...
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Review: The Humming Blade by Christopher Clark

★★★★ Fantasy readers love the promise of epic battles, inexplicable power, walking corpses, ancient cats, magic swords, and heroes with ...
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Sweet Barbarian by Jayla Jasso

Review: Sweet Barbarian by Jayla Jasso

★★★★½ Mild-mannered Karly has had a bit of a rough time. Between her job and her creepy, clingy ex, she ...
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