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All Reviews

See Bride Run! - Book Cover An enjoyable romance that fans of the genre should look up.
Shiver Cove, Part 1: Tamyra - Book Cover If you are fond of the genre then this would probably be for you, especially with other books in a series to follow it up and hopefully flesh out the world and the group of friends.
Spirilet - Book Cover Not a good book, even if it is about being good, with only a couple of minor points to try and redeem it.
Planet Prey - Book Cover I had high hopes for this book from the opening section, but by the end it almost didn't matter who survived or not.
The Dreaming Demon - Book Cover A good read, not as horrifying as it could be, but descriptive and interesting enough to enjoy
Magenta Mine: A Highland Romance - Book Cover Light-hearted story but dull romance between two childhood sweethearts.
The Unfortunate Tale of Talid Farrowheart - Book Cover For a dark gritty short story, it still leaves this reader uninterested in the fate of the people as there is little to pull you in.
Made in Yorkshire 1964 - Book Cover This novel of childhood in Yorkshire is well-written, flowing, and requires a sequel. Luckily there's a series.
Seriously Mum, What's an Alpaca? - Book Cover Sometime hilarious, sometimes heart-breaking, this memoir is a fascinating read. Definitely one to read on the beach - or the plane!
From a Foreign Shore - Book Cover It is hard to pick a favourite story, because they are all so good. A truly excellent short story collection.
Minecraft: Diary of a Minecraft Zombie - Book Cover Minecraft fans may enjoy it, but the spelling issues are likely to deter other readers.
A Humourless Death - Book Cover This is a fairly enjoyable tale, more like Tales of the Unexpected than a modern horror piece but worth it especially for anyone who enjoys a tale about the circus.
Darlene Bobich: Zombie Killer - Book Cover If you enjoy end-of-days zombie stories, this is one worth reading.
Cold Territory - Book Cover More fable than horror story, with a mildly amusing twist at the end.
Seven Sons - Book Cover One for fans of the genre, although don't expect anything clever, it's plot by numbers for that mid-afternoon read.
When Pennies had a Hole in the Centre - Book Cover Entertaining and educational, this first hand account of growing up in Palestina (now Israel) before the second world war is not just a useful resource it is a fascinating read.