My 2019 Reading Resolution!

It's a new year and a very cliche saying, it's also a new me (not really). Even though I know I will not honour the resolutions I've created, it's a good goal to have presented.

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Hannibal’s Foe by Edward Green

Hannibal's Foe by Edward Green is self-explanatory. Hannibal is an enemy that terrifies most. The story follows Decurion Scipio as he has to lead the legion to defeat their enemy. When the General, the father of Decurion Scipio, gets injured during a battle, he had to face those that question his orders while trying to win a victory against their enemy.

Hamartia by Raquel Rich

Hamartia by Raquel Rich is a light science-fiction adventure. In the world Grace and her family lives in, there exists a disease called Metagenesis which causes the soul to separate from the body of the host. It is every mother's nightmare for their child to face danger but it is Grace's reality when her son, Jordan, is dying from the very disease. Desperate to save her child, she participates in an experiment that involves cloning souls which have yet been approved by the government. She journeys to the past with her best friend, Kay, to find the past life of her soon-to-be ex-husband to save her child. It is not only a risk to travel back but it also turns into the ultimate test for Grace's relationship with her soon-to-be ex-husband who may turn out not to be her soulmate.

Ensnare by Leah Moyes

Follow Ella, a fifteen years old girl, who lost everything when the Nationale Volksarmee soldiers created the first Berlin Wall. Her ailing father is bedridden while Anton is planning an escape with Josef and her to the other side of the wall. What they did not expect is for Ella to stay with their father. Now left alone after the death of her father and no one to go to but for her job to pay back the Franke.

Book Tour: In Servitude by Heleen Kist

Do you owe your family your life? Grace thought her sister led a charmed existence. She was wrong. Now she has to pay the price. When Grace's beloved sister Glory dies in a car crash, her carefully planned life spirals out of control. Grace grows convinced Glory was murdered. Why won't anyone listen? Seeking justice, she finds betrayal...

It’s Almost Time

Dear readers,It has been a long time since I have posted a Dear Reader. But here it is because I feel like making one.So fellow Canadians, it is almost that time of the year again. Every year there is a new batch; and this year, for most of us who are born around 2001, it... Continue Reading →

Devil of Gilding by December Knight

Growing up, Toby Blake lived with his father, James Blake along with the servants that work in the mansion. His uncle and James younger brother, Clemit would often visit the duo. With only hearing stories and seeing the images of his mother, Toby had no remembrance of her since she died soon after giving birth. Toby's father has been searching for a governess for Toby and found the right one in Adelaide. As he grows up, there seems to be a darkness growing within the mansion with none of the Blake's suspecting anything.

Soar Interview (Soul Diary)

Down below is a short biography of Soar, a poet who is about to publish Soul Diary which is a book that targets values from childhood to old age.Soar is an international artist living in Berlin, the author of five books on the themes of human values, life and positive thinking. She is an open competition winner at... Continue Reading →

The Woman In the Tree: The True Story of Camelot by Natasha D. Lane

The self-published book, The Woman In the Tree: The True Story of Camelot by Natasha D. Lane delivers another tale of the famous story of Camelot. The book starts with an attempted escape by Gwynevere after an unexpected betrayal by someone whom she and those around her thought they could trust. After escaping the attackers who were pursuing her, she finds herself encased within a tree and it was only after several years was she finally freed by a young man with an unusual streak of silver hair, Alistair. Learning the truth about Gwynevere, she and Alistair embarks on a journey to find Arthur, Camelot's greatest knight, and discover the truth about the night that led to the imprisonment of Gwynevere about the false king.

The Dark Wood by Sydney Mann

Stella lives in Noctum, where the land is doomed to live in the night, never knowing the meaning of a sun. The people in Noctum live in constant fear of the creatures called Shade and one had recently killed Stella's brother. It was until a stranger named Luc that appear, where Stella believes that there might be hope to ending this life of terror after hearing of his mission to kill Draven, the immortal king who is ruthless. Meeting Luc allowed her and a few others to learn more about the land they live in and the truth about it. But after learning how to kill Draven, it leaves Stella with an impossible choice.

Northfighters: The View From the Chrystallis by Colm Dowd

Northfighters: The View From the Christallis by Colm Dowd follows twelve-years-old Chris Talbot with his friends Josh, Sylvia and the bully Mike as the group is dragged into a new world running away from strange creatures. The creatures that were pursuing them turned out to be sent by a villain named Salazon, who wants to create war. From chapter 1, the readers all know Salazon saw a vision that a boy, who turned out to be Chris, may be his downfall. Tales and legends speak about the abilities of those far from Salazon's world that can control beasts that have not been seen for generations. Chris and his friends may be those that are spoken of in the legends.

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