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Review: Fairy Keeper by Amy Bearce

I received an e-arc of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review. This did not affect my opinion of the book in any way. Publisher: Curiosity Quills Press Pages: 238 Challenges: Women's Challenge Summary Forget cute fairies in pretty dresses. In the world of Aluvia, most fairies are more… Continue reading Review: Fairy Keeper by Amy Bearce

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Review: The Family Girl by Katherine Brankin

  I received an e-arc of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.   Publisher: Vook Inc. Published: 9 October 2014 Pages: 222Challenges: Around the World Challenge; Women's Challenge    Summary   Ice-cold assassin Catalina Bennett wants a Faberge egg. A CIA funded venture-capital investment firm wants to get… Continue reading Review: The Family Girl by Katherine Brankin

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Review: Jennifer Government by Max Barry

Publisher: Abacus Published: 5 February 2004 Pages: 352Challenges: Library Challenge; Around the World Challenge    Summary (from Goodreads) In Max Barry's twisted, hilarious and terrifying vision of the near future, the world is run by giant corporations and employees take the last names of the companies they work for. It's a globalised, ultra-capitalist free market paradise.… Continue reading Review: Jennifer Government by Max Barry

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Review: The Orphan of Torundi by J.L. McCreedy

I received an e-arc of this book in exchange for my honest review. Publication date: 28 November 2014 Publisher: Penelope Pipp Publishing Pages: 300   Summary   Sam is an orphan, raised by a pharmaceutical research mission in the little jungle island of Torundi, located somewhere between Oceania and Southeast Asia. Her life is quite peacefully… Continue reading Review: The Orphan of Torundi by J.L. McCreedy

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Review: Omari and the People by Stephen Whitfield

I received an advance reader copy of this book from Story Cartel in exchange for my honest review Publisher: ShirleyCastle Press Pages: 360 Summary In a nameless city on the edge of a desert lives Omari, probably the best thief ever to live there. On the verge of being exposed for his many crimes, Omari… Continue reading Review: Omari and the People by Stephen Whitfield