Given by Nandi Taylor
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Given by Nandi Taylor

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Given is the compelling and thought-provoking YA fantasy debut from author Nandi Taylor, and is an account of destiny, fate, and faith. It’s a tale of respecting culture, holding true to your beliefs, and the ugly cost of ignorance and insensitivity. Touching upon…

Sons of Fire by Tracy Auerbach
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Sons of Fire by Tracy Auerbach

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Adramelech, Demon King of Fire, seeks the means to expand his influence within the underworld, and what better way to harness the limitless power of trapped souls than to design the perfect weapon, an heir. However, The Morningstar has other plans…

This Will Kill That by Danielle K. Roux
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The old regime is dying, and revolution is on the horizon. This Will Kill That is Danielle K. Roux’s debut New Adult Science Fiction/Fantasy blend that immediately drew me in, and has left me desperately needing more. This is a tale of a younger generation fighting to undo…

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Whispers & Wonder has been invited to join in on the fun of Shadowed by Despair Cover Reveal Tour, presented by The Parliament House. I’m beyond excited to share with you all the beautiful cover for the third and final book in Candace Robinson’s Laith series…

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Refraction by Naomi Hughes

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Refraction is Naomi Hughes’ recently published blend of YA Science Fiction and Horror, and is a gripping tale of conquering fear. It’s an account of monsters – both as external physical threats, as well as more personal perils of the mind. At its heart, this is a deeply sentimental…

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Crown of Oblivion is author Julie Eshbaugh’s newest publication, and is an intense and brutal tale of social injustices, and the essential fight to balance the scales. Astrid Jael is an Outsider, as well as surrogate to the Lanorian Princess Renya – when the princess…

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The Weight of a Soul by Elizabeth Tammi is a tragic and emotional journey of the soul that focuses on secrets and the harsh consequences that ride in their wake. It’s a tale of love and loss, deception and guilt, and loyalty and ambition; all potentially conflicting…

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The Dark Ability was one of interest around the FBC circle for SPFBO5, as it already has over 2,000 varied ratings on GR, so I was pretty excited to give it a try. The notion of magical abilities determining a person’s standing in society is an intriguing approach to viewing…