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  • 10 Lost Inventions: That Might Have Changed The World As We Know It10 Lost Inventions: That Might Have Changed The World As We Know It
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "Trivia fans, geeks and those interested in technology or engineering should all find something new in this book."
     
  • 131 Days (Book 1)131 Days (Book 1)
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "Well-written and exciting, the novella sets up great things for a sequel, and is a good read in its own right."
     
  • 2041 Sanctuary (Dark Descent) (Ancient Origins)2041 Sanctuary (Dark Descent) (Ancient Origins)
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "How has a book this good been so overlooked? Beautifully written British sci-fi, with suspense, action and mystery."
     
  • 3.a.m3.a.m
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 3
    "A great read, strong story and most readers will love this, but be aware that over half the book is made up of samples of other titles."
     
  • 64 (Mike Gallagher Mystery Series Book 1)64 (Mike Gallagher Mystery Series Book 1)
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 2
    " For American readers who want action scenes and republican politics, this would be good."
     
  • A Boo-tiful HalloweenA Boo-tiful Halloween
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "A children's book, written in rhyme and nicely illustrated, this is an early reader, designed to be read with a parent."
     
  • A Book of Poetry for Young Adults: Book of PoemsA Book of Poetry for Young Adults: Book of Poems
    (Review by RhymeHunter)
    Rating: 3
    "There are several small gems in here that should appeal to most readers."
     
  • A Christmas FeralA Christmas Feral
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 2
    "Definitely aimed at children, you know it is going to be upfront about its influence and sympathies on the first line, when it mentions Judge Scrooge. I was partway in (when his dead partner appeared) before I realised it was going to be a full retelling of a Christmas Carol with cats instead of ghosts. […]"
     
  • A Cold Goodbye: Ned Fain Private Investigator, Book 1A Cold Goodbye: Ned Fain Private Investigator, Book 1
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "It's not just a good whodunit, it's a good whodunwhat and really good short story."
     
  • A Deal on a HandshakeA Deal on a Handshake
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "For mystery readers it will keep you guessing, but for Western fans, particularly those who enjoy tightly plotted works, this is definitely one to read."
     
  • A Healing Hug for Alzheimer’s Caregivers: All About Caring, Grieving and Making Life BetterA Healing Hug for Alzheimer’s Caregivers: All About Caring, Grieving and Making Life Better
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "An excellent resource to anyone coping with an Alzheimer's diagnosis in the family, or anyone who knows someone who is. Highly recommended."
     
  • A Horse called SeptemberA Horse called September
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "Ideal for children (especially girls or those who love horses) this would appeal to anyone living in a rural setting, or those who wish they were."
     
  • A Humourless DeathA Humourless Death
    (Review by Angel)
    Rating: 3
    "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."
     
  • A man like meA man like me
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "a new take on old ideas and tackles the ethical issues of artificial life and human interaction with it without flinching."
     
  • A Murder of CronesA Murder of Crones
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 5
    "anyone who enjoys good writing should give it a look, but horror, paranormal, fantasy and modern fairytale fans will adore it. For a real treat get this and the Secret Dead and read them back to back."
     
  • A Not So Wild ChristmasA Not So Wild Christmas
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "An entertaining, enjoyable and above all well-written read for children of all ages, that will keep them quiet for hours."
     
  • A Pirate’s Honor (A Jake Hawking Short Adventure Book 1)A Pirate’s Honor (A Jake Hawking Short Adventure Book 1)
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 3
    ""...a short story that will appeal to fans of pirates, particularly young adult readers.""
     
  • A Pumpkins HalloweenA Pumpkins Halloween
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 3
    "It is probably not dark enough for horror fans, there's not much new here for dark fiction lovers, and it is definitely not suitable for children. "
     
  • A Sensitive TimeA Sensitive Time
    (Review by Angel)
    Rating: 4
    "As a taster for the main novel, it is certainly written well enough to make me look at the full book and see what happens next."
     
  • A Thousand Paper DragonsA Thousand Paper Dragons
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 4
    "What started as a fish-out-of-water story quickly evolves into something far more. Fantasy and YA readers should definitely pick this up. "