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Science Fiction/Fantasy Genre Book Reviews

A Thousand Pieces of You, or How to Escape for $3.95

Updated post: I’ve become a full-on adrenaline junkie of reader. Unabashed. And I found a good deal on this book to share with you! This post was first published in January of 2017. It now contains an affiliate link. Doesn’t affect the price of the book for you. I have a confession to make: I…

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Book Review: Machinations is Amazing, for $3.99

I don’t understand why everyone’s not raving about Machinations by Hayley Stone. It’s a book set during a robot apocalypse, populated by people fighting for their lives and a main character who was killed by the robots and then brought back as a clone and expected to lead those people while trying to carve out a…

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Book Review: Echoes of Silence by Elana Johnson

You guys. Have you read anything by Elana Johnson? She’s written almost thirty books, under either her name or the pen name Liz Isaacson. She’s local (i.e., Utah), super nice, and an awesome speaker. And her books are addictive. I just read Echoes of Silence by Elana, and it was not-put-downable. Here’s the blurb: Twenty-three-year-old…

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Book Review: Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet — A Wow Read

The words "Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet" in front of violet background with lavender swirls. "Charlie N. Holmberg" in yellow letters at the bottom.

What Is Magic Bitter, Magic Sweet About? Reading a synopsis like this, what would you think? Maire is a baker with an extraordinary gift: she can infuse her treats with emotions and abilities, which are then passed on to those who eat them. She doesn’t know why she can do this and remembers nothing of…

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