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Review: Elusive Dreams (Moonless Night Book 2) by Floriminda Edar Reid

★★★★ Elusive Dreams by Floriminda Edar Reid (Book 2 of Moonless Nights)

Everything changed when naive young Alana met the mysterious, handsome stranger from her dreams not long ago. Now embroiled in the immortal lives of the creatures of the forests, both humanoid and not, she must learn to adapt if she truly wants to live a happy life with her dream-beau, Christian.…

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Review: Once Upon a Lie by Michael French

★★★★½ Once Upon a Lie by Michael French

In Once Upon a Lie, author Michael French takes a long, hard look at the binary universe in which we live – rich or poor, black or white, woman or man – and explores how those ideas change and grow within two young people on the cusp of adulthood.…

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Review: My Kill Play: When a Virus Hijacked the Roller Derby by Tim Patten

★★★★ My Kill Play: When a Virus Hijacked the Roller Derby by Tim Patten

Roller derby, in its modern form, has been a cult phenomenon across the world. A thrilling and dangerous sport, it has evolved from childhood pastime to a spectacular arena of courage and cunning on-wheels. My Kill Play: When A Virus Hijacked the Roller Derby is a personal account of author Tim Patten’s experiences with the sport, as childhood hobbyist to professional, and the way his life and those around him changed throughout the late 20th Century during one of the most infamous first-world medical crises of the past forty years.…

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Review: Shredded by Charles O’Donnell

★★★★★ Shredded by Charles O'Donnell

With a splash of Orwellian dystopia and a frighteningly timely plot, Shredded, the new novel from Charles O’Donnell, challenges the creature comforts we have come to love in our newly digitized world, and poses a terrifying question: What if privacy could be completely erased?…

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