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Tower Lord (A Raven’s Shadow Book 2) – Book Review

As I said, there are a few problems here and there, almost all pacing related. Ryan seems to have fallen in love with describing how massive armies are formed and trained. These are all well written passages they just seem unnecessary
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Mr. Mercedes by Stephen King – Book Review

Mr. Mercedes isn’t a bad book but falls around the level of Rose Madder as far as Stephen King quality goes. Fans will still read it and if they don’t like it they will probably rabidly defend it. If you’re looking
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World of Trouble (The Last Policeman Book 3) by Ben H. Winters – Book Review

THE LAST POLICEMAN won the Edgar award for Best Paperback Original, and the trilogy’s fan base seems to be mostly mystery readers. That is a shame, because the books are also sense-of-wonder, Big-Question science fiction. Indeed, if mystery stories are about
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Shattered: The Iron Druid Chronicles, by Kevin Hearne – Book Review

When you follow along with Granville who began as Atticus’s apprentice, you have the bonus of her hound Orlaith as well. They are both fine examples of the Druid acceptance of the Divine Feminine. Granuaile spent the last 7 years or
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The Hangman’s Revolution (W.A.R.P Book Two) by Eoin Colfer – Book Review

Eoin Colfer’s first book in the W.A.R.P series, The Assassin’s Apprentice, was a fun, if surprisingly brutal, book that sat somewhere between being YA and Middle Grade. It introduced readers to Chevie Savano, a young FBI recruit assigned to the Witness