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Hekla’s Children by James Brogden

A decade ago, teacher Nathan Brookes saw four of his students walk up a hill and vanish. Only one returned: Olivia, starved, terrified, and with no memory of where she'd been. Questioned by the police but released for lack of evidence, Nathan spent the years trying to forget. When a body is found in the… Continue reading Hekla’s Children by James Brogden

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Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

All her life, Liesl has heard tales of the beautiful, dangerous Goblin King. They've enraptured her spirit and inspired her musical compositions. Now eighteen, Liesl can't help but feel that her musical dreams and childhood fantasies are slipping away. But when her sister is taken by the Goblin King, Liesl must journey to the Underground… Continue reading Wintersong by S. Jae-Jones

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Blog Tour: The Obsidian Heart Trilogy by Mark Morris- Extract Post

  The 'Wraiths of War' by Mark Morris, the third and final book in the Obsidian Heart trilogy, was released on 14th October. The Obsidian Heart trilogy consists of 'The Wolves of London', 'The Society of Blood' and 'The Wraiths of War' and is a mixture of time-travel, fantasy, crime and horror. I have yet to start this series but… Continue reading Blog Tour: The Obsidian Heart Trilogy by Mark Morris- Extract Post

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The Two Torcs (Robin Hood: Demon Bane) by Debbie Viguié and James R. Tuck

I went into this book hoping that the slight disappointments in the first book would be rectified, but I was still left a little disappointed. Yes there was more Robin Hood and I thought that the storyline in this book flowed more and it didn't have a slow middle, but I was still left wanting… Continue reading The Two Torcs (Robin Hood: Demon Bane) by Debbie Viguié and James R. Tuck

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Mark of the Black Arrow (Robin Hood: Demon Bane) by Debbie Viguié and James R. Tuck

When Titan Books asked whether I wanted to read the first two books in the series I accepted straight away because they sounded like something I would really enjoy. However after reading the first one I'm left a little disappointed. The first half of the book started off with such promise but then it fell… Continue reading Mark of the Black Arrow (Robin Hood: Demon Bane) by Debbie Viguié and James R. Tuck