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Queen of Nod by C.W. Snyder

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Once again the fate of Nod rests in the hands of Alice, now Queen of the realm. With hopes that her people can finally find the peace they deserve, a whole new threat bears down on the unsuspecting population, a threat that could tear apart…

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Duel at Grimwood Creek by Lucas Thorn

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And our journey for vengeance continues in Duel at Grimwood Creek. Nysta races across the unrelenting Deadlands to intercept Raste and rest of the Bloody Nine before they slip away without giving her the satisfaction of wetting her blades…

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Legends of the Exiles by Jesse Teller

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I always find it exciting to begin reading the works of an author I’m unfamiliar with. There’s the thrill of not knowing what to expect and the hope of thumbing through the final pages with a sense of satisfaction in finding a treasure in a vast sea…

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The Queen of Crows by Myke Cole

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Well, this was a violent rollercoaster ride of emotions. As with The Armored Saint, I’m completely astounded by the complexity and sentimentality and sheer amount of action packed into this series’ second novella, The Queen of Crows. Fierce conviction, empowerment…

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This is a tale of a young man, an outcast, who has carried the burden of unwarranted blame for many years after an attack on his village that left two people dead, one of which was his own father. His life changed that fateful night, and he has been haunted…

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The Winter Road by Adrian Selby

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There’s a steep price to pay, both in coin and blood, in making sure the paths that lead home are safe for those seeking their bloodlands. For the Circle is vast and rife with a wildness and dangers and mysteries that none until now have attempted to tame…

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Grim Solace by Ben Galley

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The epic game continues in Grim Solace, the ambitious and unrelenting sophomore installment in The Chasing Graves series. And so we carry on with our journey into a battle of life and death, where mysteries are bound to arise from beneath…

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Revenge of the Elf by Lucas Thorn

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I began reading this book with basically no knowledge of what I was in for, other than the author telling me, and I quote: “Prepare for blood, violence, blood, swearing elves, violence, blood…”. Obviously, this became a must-read for me and Thorn so graciously delivered on his promise.

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Skullsworn by Brian Staveley

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Let me just start off by saying Skullsworn is one of the best and most well-written stories I have ever read. Last year, shortly after finishing up The Last Mortal Bond, book three in Staveley’s Chronicle of the Unhewn Throne, I made sure to order this book…