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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 Brief History of FailureA Brief History of Failure
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: DNF
    "It’s not bad, but not for me. "
     
  • 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 Damsel for the DukeA Damsel for the Duke
    (Review by Angel)
    Rating: 4
    "A Regency Romance across the class divide."
     
  • 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 Fresh Beginning & MurderA Fresh Beginning & Murder
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: 3
    " A brief, undemanding, diversion. For mystery readers looking for something complex or more challenging, this will possibly not be your read."
     
  • A Ghostly AssignmentA Ghostly Assignment
    (Review by Angel)
    Rating: 4
    " a well-written, coffee-break, ghost story"
     
  • A Girl’s Best FriendA Girl’s Best Friend
    (Review by Reader)
    Rating: DNF
    "the formatting and grammar obscured the story completely"
     
  • A Hard ResetA Hard Reset
    (Review by Angel)
    Rating: 2
    "The start of a zombie outbreak, and the initial terror that occurs."
     
  • 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 Kiss on the WindA Kiss on the Wind
    (Review by Angel)
    Rating: TBC
    "It is December 1941 and Charles Colvert has decided to enlist after the attack on Pearl Harbour. While filling out the paperwork and taking the physical he thinks back to his girlfriend Emily and what she will think of his decision. Sweethearts for a while and planning to marry, his enlistment will come before they […]"