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The Persistence of Memory: Déjà Vu by Karen Janowsky

Any story centered around missing memories provides endless fodder for exploration and wonder, as is proven all too well in The Persistence of Memory Book 1: Déjà Vu by Karen Janowsky. When two attractive, mysterious and "forgetful" protagonists collide, sparks are sure to follow, and here, Daniel Hecht and Nina Asher are those two unstoppable [...]

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Review: The Indivisible and the Void (Age of Axion Book 1) by D.M. Wozniak

Being able to wield powerful magic isn't always enough to protect your heart, a lesson the protagonist of The Indivisible and the Void learns the hard way. Penned by author D.M. Wozniak, this novel presents a dark new fantasy world where the lines between good and evil are harder to discern, and the use of [...]

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Review: Truth Unearthed: Book One of A False Dawn (The Tales of Lugon) by Eric Sparks

The first book in the A False Dawn (The Tales of Lugon) saga, Truth Unearthed touches on plenty of classic themes from some of the most beloved high fantasy series of the past, but also offers new angles and fresh characters that will entice fans of the genre. When an unlikely young hero, Arun, has [...]

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Review: Radioactive Evolution by Richard Hummel

In Radioactive Evolution, a new iteration of a dystopian world, is painted in graphic detail by debut author Richard Hummel. After humanity has destroyed itself through nuclear destruction, the wealthy have fled to their safe havens in the sky, leaving the rest of humanity behind to fend for themselves in a world all too eager [...]

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