Author Archives: celticf1

Back reviewing, sort of.

After almost a year taking a break from reviews, I’ve decided to dip my toes in the water again. One of many reasons I stopped was the queue of 40+ books to read which was honestly overwhelming. To avoid that … Continue reading

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Blackmail

Blackmail Arthur David Blackmail is the first book by Arthur David, or rather it is the second iteration of his first book. One of the tough things to do as a reviewer is to tell the author a book is not … Continue reading

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Blood or Destiny by Angela Stevens

Blood or Destiny is a continuation of the Vargr Saga in which we are introduced to a unique interpretation of Werewolves and Skin Walkers, add in Vampires and magic and you have a strong world inhabited by strongly developed characters. … Continue reading

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Guest Blogs over at AlexMcGilvery.com

In the past while I’ve been posting guest blogs on my alexmcgilvery.com website. It isn’t reviews, but it may help to get the word out. I’m being very particular about who I have as a guest author. Some of them are … Continue reading

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Deja Vu

Deja Vu Ian Hocking This is a fascinating book which tackles the paradox of time travel. Saskia Brandt wakes  and soon finds herself involved in a locked room mystery where the only logical suspect is Saskia herself. She is then … Continue reading

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Little Golden Tree

Little Golden Tree Deineke Henderson This is a beautiful little book about a tree who loses it’s golden leaves to the wind. What will happen to it? The story line is easy for young listeners and readers to follow and … Continue reading

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Timesnatched: Polestar

Timesnatched: Polestar Barbara Boyle Jack and Annie are just regular teenagers, Jack in the US and Annie in Britain. But a mysterious man in a blue coat snatches them to a future where a benevolent dictatorship claims to have cured … Continue reading

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Rath’s Deception

Rath’s Deception Piers Platt Rath is a smart kid with a gift. He has a perfect memory. He and his brother have a plan to use that gift to get out of the slum levels of their world. When his … Continue reading

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Daygo’s Fury

Daygo’s Fury John O’Sullivan The blurb for Daygo’s Fury promises the beginning of an epic story, and certainly there is an epic story there. There at two stories, one set in a city in the poorest section, the other in … Continue reading

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Craftsman/Willbinder

Craftsman/WIllbinder Seph Rondin and Thomas Stout Brothers Bryon and Adam find some ancient relics while on a camping trip. The artifacts pull them to an alternate world where the old tribes of Ireland still live in a land of magic … Continue reading

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