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    Reviewed For Readers' Favorite by Grant Leishman  What would you do if you woke up one morning only to discover that everyone (or almost everyone) in the world had disappeared while you were sleeping? This is the dilemma faced by Magnolia (or Maggie, as she prefers to be called) in Bringing Magnolia Home, by Kitt Hill. When Maggie prepared herself for work that morning, she had no idea that today would change her entire life forever. It wasn’t until she was sitting at the [...]

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    ​As a fairly prolific reviewer who reads almost exclusively Indie Authors, a lot of books cross my Kindle over a year. I can honestly say that many of them are the equal or better of the Legacy Authors' books, but every so often a book appears (often out of the blue) that absolutely speaks, as a reader, beyond my mind and touches my heart and even my soul. 4 Years Trapped in My Mind Palace by Johan Twiss, is such a book. Unexpectedly, it took me by storm and transported me to a dif [...]

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    Reviewed For Readers' Favorite by Grant Leishman Nathan’s entire life he had dreamt of the possibility of time travel. For him, though, this was not some idle fantasy. Considered one of the top five scientific minds in the world, Nathan had the capability to make this happen, but not the resources. In Time Will Tale by, Nathan had been ostracised by the scientific community, after a drunken misadventure caught on video and was now working as a humble physics teacher in a local [...]

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  • 10/13/17--18:48: mona lisa by robyn sheridan
  • Reviewed for Readers' Favorite by Grant Leishman Mona Lisa by Robyn Sheridan is just an out and out fun chick-lit story. Mona Lisa, a good Jersey girl from a strong Catholic Italian background has been jilted at the aisle by her high-school sweetheart and is feeling the intense pressure from her parents to get married and have children. Unable to face the whispers and pity of small-town Jersey any longer, Mona Lisa decides she needs to get away from the family she loves and adores b [...]

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    Reviewed For Readers' Favorite by Grant Leishman  Taeowolf by Kris Moger is a world of fantasy straight from the author’s own imagination. Aiden Murphy is a young Wolvean attending University when he gets caught up in events beyond his understanding and control. The four main species of this world; Wolveans, Elveans, Hunaens and Feleals live together in a thin veneer of peace and civilisation, but dig just a little way down and all the hatred, prejudice and blind ignoranc [...]

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    Reviewed For Readers' Favorite by Grant Leishman ​Serious Chick-Lit meets G.I. Joe is what you get in Adrenaline Secrets by Carolyn Reilly. GovCorp has for years been creating genetically modified humans, in an effort to create the perfect soldier, but when it all went wrong, they had to free the genetically modified soldiers into the world and allow them to live with the “naturals”. The tension between these modified humans and the naturals, is high, especially wh [...]

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    ​As anyone who follows my reviews will be well aware, I am an enormous fan of Ellie Midwood and her books. Her historical fiction based on the events of the Second World War is always interesting, well-researched and frequently looks at the conflict with a fresh set of eyes. I've loved all her books to date and when the latest one became available, The Lyon Affair, I was quick to grab it and read it even before it came to the market. This is the second book in a series that fo [...]

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