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Review: “Grave Witch,” Kalayna Price

Pros: Intriguing characters and world Cons: Some characters could have used more depth Rating: 3 out of 5 Grave Witch is the first volume in Kalayna Price’s “Alex Craft” series. Alex has grave magic, which she can use to call

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Review: “Portia,” Christina Bauer

Pros: Gets better as it goes Cons: Very mundane; a couple of specific plot points Rating: 3 out of 5 Christina Bauer’s Portia (Angelbound Offspring Book 2) was billed to me as being able to stand alone despite being book

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Review: “The Dream Crafter,” Danielle Monsch

Pros: Fascinating world; hooked me Cons: Moderately stand-alone Rating: 3.5 out of 5 When I received Danielle Monsch’s The Dream Crafter (Entwined Realms Book 5) as a review book, I didn’t know it was a book from that far along

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Review: “Raptor Threat,” Tom Wright

Pros: Original and a lot of fun Cons: Needs a lot of willing suspension of disbelief Rating: 3 out of 5   Raptor Threat (Dino Squad Book 1) by Tom Wright concerns dinosaurs from other planets converging on Earth. One

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Review: “Ch05en: Episode 1,” William Dickstein

Pros: Fun little story Cons: A bit confusing in places Rating: 3 out of 5 William Dickstein’s Ch05en: Episode 1 is about a pizza delivery guy named Frank. His father runs a pizza business, and his mother is a supervillain.

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Review: “Brave New World,” David Bishop (Heroes Reborn)

Pros: Interesting material Cons: Didn’t entirely hook me; doesn’t add a whole lot to the episode by the same name Rating: 3 out of 5 Heroes Reborn – Book 1: Brave New World, by David Bishop, is a tie-in with

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Review: “Homeworld Blues,” A. J. McMillan

Pros: Interesting premise Cons: Inconsistencies, contradictions, and annoying characters Rating: 2 out of 5   Homeworld Blues (Triworlds Revolution Book 1), by A. J. McMillan, starts off in a colony ship occupied by ‘officers’ and ‘civs’. It’s a fairly standard

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Review: “Ex-Communication,” Peter Clines

Pros: Fantastic action sequences Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Ex-Communication is book three in Peter Clines’s excellent “Ex-Heroes” saga, following Ex-Heroes and Ex-Patriots. We’ve gone from superheroes and zombies, to superheroes, super-soldiers, and zombies–and now, sorcerers and demons

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Review: “Ex-Patriots,” Peter Clines

Pros: Plenty of fun surprises in store! Cons: … Rating: 5 out of 5 Ex-Patriots: A Novel (Ex-Heroes) is the sequel to Peter Clines’s Ex-Heroes. I’ve been having such fun reading his books lately that I decided I had to

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Review: “Ex-Heroes,” Peter Clines

Pros: Breathes new life into the zombie survival genre Cons: Can’t avoid a few pieces of well-worn territory Rating: 4 out of 5 I discovered Peter Clines’s work when I received a review copy of The Fold and followed it

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