Monday, 24 February 2014

Cover Reveal: Retribution (Chronicles of the Irin, 1) — T.G. Ayer

Evie belongs to the Brotherhood of Irin and together with the other Nephilim of the world; she is a protector to humanity, protector against evil. But evil has found its way into the Brotherhood. Someone has murdered her guardian and Marcellus, the new Master makes demands of the warriors that go against all they stand for. Demands Evie just can’t carry out.

Evie uncovers Marcellus’ plot to collect a set of special seals, but when a high-level demon reveals the truth behind the Seals of Hades, Evie knows there is no way she can allow the Master of the Irin to get his hands on them. But will keeping the Seals from Marcellus cause her to sacrifice more that she should? Will vengeance for her guardian’s death be enough or will she need more to satisfy her Immortal soul?

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Monday, 17 February 2014

Book Tour, Review & Giveaway: Indigo Incite — Jacinda Buchmann

This book is definitely young reader friendly because it is easy to read. It has some action, a bit of romance and a happy ending. Normally that would make it my kind of book, however there were a few things I didn’t like. Instant love is always an instant turn off for me and I felt it existed in this novel.

Read more to enter a $50 giveaway! Also, Indigo Incite will be free to download from 20th February to 22nd February. So grab your copy while it's hot!

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Thursday, 13 February 2014

Book Blast & Giveaway: My Friend Suhana

When I saw this book looking for hosts, I knew I wanted to share it. Here's the official summary:
A simple tale of love and friendship to warm your heart. Award-winning author and designer Shaila Abdullah teams up with her 10-year-old daughter Aanyah to bring you this heartwarming tale of a little girl who forms a close bond with a child with cerebral palsy.

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Thursday, 6 February 2014

Review & Giveaway: The Enchantress of Lynniah — A.L. Bawden

Bawden constructs a vivid world which leaves both the characters and reader in wonder. In such a rich world, Bawden manages to balance several characters and gives them all a unique sense of personality and life. Family is clearly an important element in this story which is refreshing and separates it from a lot of other fantasy works where teenagers often venture by themselves without much considering their family bonds. I think this would suit younger readers because it is both enjoyable and easy to read and occasionally challenging with longer sentences and vocabulary choices.


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