Tag Archives: adventure

A Keeper’s Tale by JA Andrews

A hapless hero, and a maiden who doesn’t need rescuing About the book: Tomkin Thornhewn, youngest son of the Duke of Marshwell, has a problem: he’s not heroic. Regardless of his aspirations, the bookish, untrained young man is better suited … Continue reading

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Refuse by Joanne Macgregor

I read and thoroughly enjoyed the first in this trilogy, Recoil, so when Joanne asked for reviewers for the second in the series, I jumped at the chance to get my hands on an advance copy. Read on for my … Continue reading

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Book Blitz: Rising Tides

Our very own Piranha, Katy Haye, has a new release. Find out more! About the book: Libby can’t trust Cosimo, but she might not survive without him… City is the last civilised place left on a drowned Earth, a floating … Continue reading

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The Halfling by H.D. Gordon

Official blurb: Being seventeen and an outcast is hard. Being seventeen and only half human is harder. When Aria Fae gets cast out of the Peace Brokers, a secret supernatural organization that’s trained her since infancy, and is left to … Continue reading

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Ink and Bone by Rachel Caine

Official blurb: Knowledge is power. Power corrupts. In a world where the ancient Great Library of Alexandria was never destroyed, knowledge now rules the world: freely available, but strictly controlled. Owning private books is a crime. Jess Brightwell is the … Continue reading

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