Bleeding Iris Book review

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Bleeding Iris is a visually and conceptually strong book; there are several scenes throughout that were just cool to imagine and visualize, from the way the iris’ of those who accept their bargains rupture and bleed out, to more specific imagery like a woman dressed in a veil and all-black despite the heat passively pulling […]

Hills of Heather and Bone book review

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While well-written, Hills of Heather and Bone is a fairly standard on a conceptual level with its magic system and core plot revolving around necromancy and magical persecution. There’s some neat bits of creativity where the bones house the memories of the dead, and the necromancers must record or honor those memories in exchange for […]

Starfall book review

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Starfall is a book that will appeal to a specific type of reader; huge effort was devoted to developing the world in which the story takes place, both in the environment, the technological setting, and how the characters interact with these, the various subspecies, and the cultures of the various nations. The Soonayhin culture and […]

The Fall is All There Is book review

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There is a lot of good in The Fall is All There Is. The prose and characters are solid, the fantastical elements of the world building are interesting and unique with their frakenstinian technology and the way it handles its ghosts/specters, and the book depiction of autism feels both immersive and authentic. But the book […]

Where the Shadows Beckon Book Review

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I found Where the Shadows Beckon well written and fun. The pacing is quick, but steady and well balanced with a good mixture (and variety) of action scenes counterbalanced by character interactions and narrative scenes.The characters themselves are likable with strong individuality despite their number, and generally have good chemistry. (Their interactions, and several other […]

Noryslka Groans Fantasy Book Review

By Tristen Kozinski No comments

From page one Norylska Groans expertly immerses the reader in its setting, from the brutal drudgery of working in that time period, to the cold, to the Russian theme of the book, and even the noir theme. The result is an immersive and somewhat depressing read.The pacing for the book is good, with plot progressing […]

BLADE’S EDGE by Virginia McClain (book review) – ADVENTURESOME REVIEWS

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KALANON’S RISING by Darian Smith (book review) —ADVENTURESOME REVIEWS

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BRONZE REBELLION BOOK REVIEW by L.C. Perry – ADVENTURESOME REVIEWS

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“SWORD OF KAIGEN” by M.L. Wang – Adventuresome Reviews.

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“NEVER DIE” – by Rob J. Hayes -Adventuresome Reviews

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“SEA OF BROKEN GLASS” by Sonya M. Black – Adventuresome Reviews

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AUGURY ANSWERED book review—ADVENTURESOME REVIEWS—

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AUGURY ANSWERED https://youtu.be/jUnDUrhmj4I