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Review: “The Shadow Warrior,” Ann Aguirre

Rating: 5 out of 5 In each volume of Ann Aguirre’s Ars Numina series, we experience a new and different romance between a new couple, and we follow along with the next part of the ongoing plot. In The Shadow

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Short Take: “Not What They Seem,” William Meikle

Rating: 5 out of 5 William Meikle’s Not What They Seem: Three Cryptozoological Stories (The William Meikle Chapbook Collection 39) contains three more of his spooky paranormal stories. His stories are very consistent, so I always know I’ll enjoy them.

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Review: “The Demon Prince,” Ann Aguirre

Pros: Such a delicious couple! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 After reading Anne Aguirre’s The Leopard King (Ars Numina book one), I was so eager to read The Demon Prince (Ars Numina) (Volume 2) that I didn’t even

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Review: “The Dead Game,” Susanne Leist

Pros: Meh Cons: So chaotic, random, needlessly complicated, and self-contradictory Rating: 2 out of 5 Susanne Leist’s The Dead Game: Book One of The Dead Game Series sounded intriguing. Invitations to a party at an abandoned mansion, things turning deadly…

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Review: “A Penny for Your Thoughts,” Robert Ford, Matt Hayward

Pros: Like a horrific, paranormal house of cards! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 In A Penny For Your Thoughts: (The Lowback Series – Book 1), by Robert Ford and Matt Hayward, Joe has spent eight years in prison.

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Review: “Allison,” Jeff Strand

Pros: Had me on the edge of my seat! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Jeff Strand’s Allison takes the girl-with-supernatural-powers-gets-pushed-too-far trope and makes it delicious again. Allison found out the hard way that she can move people with

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Review: “Thunderbird,” Chuck Wendig

Pros: Deeper and deeper into the worldbuilding… Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Chuck Wendig’s Thunderbird (Miriam Black 4) picks up about a year after The Cormorant left off. Miriam is trying to find Mary Stitch, also known as

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Review: “The Cormorant,” Chuck Wendig

Pros: A fascinating bloody mess! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Chuck Wendig’s The Cormorant (3) (Miriam Black) is book three after Blackbirds and Mockingbird. In book one, we discovered that Miriam Black has an unusual power: the first

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Review: “Mockingbird,” Chuck Wendig

Pros: The world has gotten so much stranger! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Chuck Wendig’s Mockingbird (Miriam Black Book 2) is the follow-on to the wonderful Blackbirds. Miriam Black is a psychic with one, very obnoxious ability: the

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Review: “Blackbirds,” Chuck Wendig

Pros: Raucous, whirlwind adventure Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Chuck Wendig brings us Blackbirds (1) (Miriam Black), book one of a six-book series. Miriam Black has a unique ability: when she touches someone skin-to-skin, she sees how that

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