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The Wounded Shadow – Do the Ends Tie Up In A Satisfactory Manor?

Book Review : The Wounded Shadow The Darkwater Saga #3 By Patrick W. Carr Spoiler Alert! Summary The kings and queens of the northern continent lay siege to the Darkwater Forest, desperate to contain its evil. But rumors of gold and aurium … Continue reading

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The Phoenix Legacy – A Science Fiction Series Worthy of Asimov

Book Review : Sword of the Lamb The Phoenix Legacy series By M.K. Wren e-book Spoiler Alert! (New ebook cover) (Book 2, Original Cover) (Book 3, Original Cover – which I think is more fun) Summary In the 33rd Century, a vast … Continue reading

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“The Count of Monte Cristo” – Love of a Swashbuckling Tale

Alexandre Dumas was a very interesting man. He was the illigitimate son of Alexandre Dumas and Marie-Catherine Labay, a dressmaker. He was acknowledged by his father, and as the law allowed, was removed from his mother’s custody. He appears to … Continue reading

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