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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

The Poisoned Garden [Leopard’s Bane #1], by Phill Featherstone

4 out of 5 stars. Coming of Age in a world that is beautiful on the surface, but rotten deep to its core.

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

The One Thing you Need To Know, by Marcus Chown

4 out of 5 stars, this book will help you understand a lot of cool things. Be the smart small talk star of the next party!

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

The Hiking Trip, by Jenny Blackhurst

5 out of 5 stars. Slow burning suspense and a matryoshka doll of deceptions.

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Interviews

Interview with Julia Tvardovskaya

We talk with Julia about the dark sides of human history and the surprisingly high tensile strength of bubbles.

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

Against The Wind [Broken Leyweaver Cycle #1], by Darren Askins

4 out of 5 stars. A dystopian blend between high and dark fantasy that needs a while to get its hooks into the reader.

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Interview with Jenny Blackhurst

We talk with Jenny Blackhurst about a children’s scheme to get rich and what not to do in the woods.

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

Me, Myself and I [On Behalf of Death #8], by E.G. Stone

5 out of 5 stars. Cal Thorpe meets Fate – a recipe for desaster, if ever one existed.

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

Redemption Games [John Rain #4], by Barry Eisler

Funny story to start this off: it seems that all assassins in novel series are named John, like John Milton. Or John Rain, whose specialty it is to make the death look natural. (There are also the Jacks, like Reacher or Widow – they’re not assassin’s, they’re drifters. It’s a small and simple world out […]

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Good books (2.5 to 3.5)

The Cursed Treasure [Travers and Redmond #2], by Desmond G. Palmer

3.5 out of 5 stars. A story that wants to be a lot of things simultaneously. Recommended if you crave some popcorn movie feeling in the shape of literature.

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Top Tier (4 to 5 stars)

The Crew [The God Dust Saga #1], by Sadir S. Samir

4.5 out of 5 stars. Pulp fiction meets Fantasy, with added Arabian spices – a wild ride.