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“People don’t read books anymore.” You hear this sentence on a regular basis. Yet, this is not the absolute truth. Although some of them have shifted to the modern versions books have, literature lovers are still out there and they become more demanding and more discerning every day. With such a generous supply on the market, they want to know in advance if a book is worth their time. This is the section where you can find reviews written by fellow readers, get informed on a book’s topic, style and literary value. 


 

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Back-cover Version: The Fires of Waterland by Raymond Alexander Kukkee

The Fires of Waterland

A  family forced to move  by society, fragmented by the past, dysfunction and poverty,  leaves a young boy to fend his way through the complexities of  life the only way he can.  Although temporarily taken in by caring folks and meeting Livvy, who becomes a lifelong friend,  Fletcher is soon snatched away and plunged into the  life of an orphan and the confusion,  the pain and the brutal, stark reality of those surrounding him.

His desires  are fulfilled but tragedy, the complexities, and the destructive darkness of human nature surface in the Fires of Waterland…

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Rough Living: Tips and Tales of a Vagabond

Book review of Rough Living: Tips and Tales of a Vagabond. A guide with tips and tricks for living rough, and interesting stories from the author's perspective.

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The Assassin’s Mistress by J. H. Bográn

Review by MJ Logan

Book cover image of The Assassin's MistressLength: 3500 word short story.
Rated: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Genre: Crime Thriller
Inside: Deception, love, murder and a twisted destiny.

"Take my hand if you want to live!" It was more than an offer to save her life, although even professional hit-man Robert Prescott could not have dreamed it was so. The Assassin's Mistress has a spy-thriller feel and the well written story keeps you turning the pages from beginning to end. A great read and your only regret will be putting it down.

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The Waldgrave Series by A.L. Tyler

Review by MJ Logan

Image of the book cover from Arrival of the TravelerThis book is a single novel that spans three books.

Total length three books: 260,000+ words
Rated: 5 stars
Genre: Young Adult, Gothic Paranormal Mystery
Inside: Deception, love, murder and a twisted destiny.

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