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Review: Dark Horde Rising by Iain Hope

★★★★½ Dark Horde Rising by Iain Hope

Content warning for some sexual and violent content.

Stories tell of the Elders, the powerful races of the northern lands who held fast and prospered. A thousand years have passed since they disappeared, and it has come time for mankind to leave the sanctity of their known settlements and strike out into the inhospitable world beyond, and the forgotten powers that lay sleeping.…

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Review: Reason for Existence by Richard Botelho ★★★★★

Reason for Existence by Richard Botelho

The people of this land are a strange people, yet they possess a perseverance all their own, a perseverance like the hills themselves, unflagging and contrary to the evidence clearly in plain view.

Reason for Existence by Richard Botelho is an exciting sci-fi thriller that leaves a lasting impression.…

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Review: Tricaillin by Steve Galley ★★★★

Tricaillin Volume 1 by Steve GalleyContent warning for some violent and sexual content/nudity.

Tricaillin is a new graphic novel from Steve Galley, set in a post-apocalyptic society dominated by industrial overlords and torn apart by the horrors that sprung from an old war. A secret society works tirelessly for freedom, and they require help from beyond the pale to win it; meanwhile, a mysterious woman makes her way to answer the call.…

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Review: The House Guest by Deborah L. Norris

★★★★ The House Guest by Deborah L. Norris

The House Guest by Deborah L. Norris follows the life of Maggie Davis, a middle-aged widow living in a large Victorian home in 1950’s Nebraska with her daughter. The house also doubles as a bed and breakfast, so new boarders come in and out who gather around Maggie’s kitchen table for conversations about life and the latest gossip.…

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Review: The Evangelical Experience by Anthony Coleman ★★★★★

The Evangelical Experience by Anthony ColemanThe Evangelical Experience is a book with two agendas. One is easily identified. The other is harder to discern, perhaps even for the author himself.

The more obvious of the two purposes behind this book is the intent to provide insight for non-Evangelical Christians into the traditions, customs, beliefs, ethics, leadership, and practices of the Christian movement.…

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Review: What She Knew by Nadine Galinsky Feldman ★★★★★

 What She Knew by Nadine Galinsky Feldman What She Knew, by Nadine Galinsky Feldman, is an insightful and thought-provoking peek into the 2008-2009 financial crisis.

Liz Nabor is driven, intelligent, and ambitious. She’s built a successful Wall Street career, has a gorgeous boyfriend, and enjoys a glamorous Manhattan lifestyle.…

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