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Chop, Chop - The Series of a Lifetime: Books 1 - 7
Chop, Chop - The Series of a Lifetime: Books 1 - 7
Price: £8.02

5.0 out of 5 stars Unputdownable, 19 April 2017
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A wonderful story, told over seven books, of a life of faith. Once I started reading I couldn't stop and just kept on from book to book. L N Cronk has an easygoing, relaxed writing style that makes you feel as though you're being told the story by a friend. I very much enjoyed it and thoroughly recommend it.


Nightwalk
Nightwalk
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5.0 out of 5 stars Highly entertaining., 16 Feb. 2017
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This review is from: Nightwalk (Kindle Edition)
A nice neighbourhood goes rapidly downhill when a plethora of monsters turn up one night. I thoroughly enjoyed this. Well written, fast paced, lots of action and wonderfully creative monsters. If you're looking for a fun, imaginative read, you can't go wrong with this book.


Healing Ruby: A Novel: Healing Ruby Book 1
Healing Ruby: A Novel: Healing Ruby Book 1
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful story, 3 Jan. 2017
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Absolutely loved this story of a young girl trying to find her place in the world and what God has for her to do! It was so well written, full of emotion and completely kept me interested from start to finish. Highly recommended.


Dog Duty
Dog Duty
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5.0 out of 5 stars An engaging, fun read, 19 Sept. 2016
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This review is from: Dog Duty (Kindle Edition)
How can you not be intrigued by a crime drama written from the perspective of a dog? This sat waiting to be read for quite a while on my Kindle, but unlike most of the books on there, I kept thinking I should read it. Now I finally have, I'm glad I did.

I really felt for Fritz, having spent just about his entire life on the police force before he's injured and retired, and feeling like he's lost the whole reason for his existence. Although the characters are dogs (and cats), they didn't feel unrealistic. I just felt like, yeah, dogs could think like this! The story, the emotional elements, the characters, it was all very nicely done. And I loved all the little details that reminded me it was about dogs.

I enjoyed Dog Duty very much. It's a story with depth, for grown ups. That just happens to be about dogs.


The Measure of Katie Calloway,: A Novel
The Measure of Katie Calloway,: A Novel
Price: £4.74

5.0 out of 5 stars Great read, 25 Aug. 2016
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I enjoyed Katie's story very much. She's a strong, likeable character I couldn't help but root for. The book is very well written and moves along at a good pace and all the details of the lumber industry in Michigan at that time were fascinating.


Let's Get Digital: How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should: Updated Second Edition (Let's Get Publishing Book 1)
Let's Get Digital: How To Self-Publish, And Why You Should: Updated Second Edition (Let's Get Publishing Book 1)
Price: £1.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Recommended read., 13 July 2016
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A must-read for anyone who self-publishes, no matter how long they've been doing it. Loads of useful information, well set out so you can just dip in or read the whole thing.


Hell's Children: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller (This Dark Age Book 1)
Hell's Children: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller (This Dark Age Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Highly original and entertaining!, 10 Jun. 2016
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An illness infects everyone on the planet and only those under sixteen recover. Just think for a moment about how kids operate. Yes, you can see the problems in this scenario! Hell's Children is well written and very entertaining. The story is extremely well researched and there are details of the whole survival aspect - food, shelter, protection etc - for those who like that stuff, but not so much that people who aren't so interested in that aspect of post-apocalyptic stories would be bored by it. The plot moves at a good pace and there's no sagging in the middle!

Jack is a great lead character. Even though he's young, because of the way he was raised he has a lot of good sense. You can really believe he'd be able to lead as he does, despite his age. This isn't a case of someone suddenly being able to do unbelievable things, his parents raised him to be as he is for a good reason. One of the things that impressed me about Hell's Children is they are written as children, not miniature adults. They behave like children. They think like children. And that adds a whole new dimension to the story. Which is not to say this is a story for children, because it isn't. This is a novel that older teenagers and adults alike can enjoy. Also, the characters aren't cardboard cutouts. They are fully realised, individual, and compelling.

I loved this book! It was entertaining, exciting and engrossing. Highly recommended!


Asher's War (Asher Benson Book 3)
Asher's War (Asher Benson Book 3)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Action-packed, fast and funny!, 19 May 2016
You would think, after everything that's happened to Asher Benson, that he would be a mess. Well, he is, but at least he's got himself together physically this time. He's even taking regular showers. Not that it helps, but at least he's trying.

Asher's War is yet another sharply written, fast paced novel in the series about a mind-reading ex-soldier who is either the unluckiest or the luckiest man in the world (hey, he's still alive). The characters are well rounded and engaging, the villains are truly villainous, and the plot is fast and packed with action. One of the reasons I love this series is Ash himself, and he is just as strong and flawed and funny and all the things I like about him this time round. Love it!


Paris in Oakland
Paris in Oakland
by Eliza Q. Hemenway
Edition: Paperback
Price: £4.83

5.0 out of 5 stars An engrossing story of suffering and faith., 2 April 2016
This review is from: Paris in Oakland (Paperback)
Amazing true story of a mother and daughter's battle against not just a terrible disease, but also against the medical establishment who refuse to acknowledge it and make their suffering so much worse. But mostly it's a story of trust and faith in God and how He brings people through their darkest times. Very well written and a gripping. I read it in two sittings, only stopping because it was 3.30am! Highly recommended.


Fear Has a Name: A Novel (The Crittendon Files Book 1)
Fear Has a Name: A Novel (The Crittendon Files Book 1)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great, suspenseful thriller, 1 April 2016
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I really enjoyed this. While investigating the disappearance of a local pastor, a journalist's home is broken into while his wife and two young daughters are there. The way the two storylines developed kept my attention and the tension and suspense were very well done. I also liked the way God worked it all out, and how the characters learned to trust Him. Nicely written too. Recommended.


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