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Comment by E.A. Walsh on August 19, 2015 at 11:29am


★☆★☆COVER REVEAL ★☆★☆

FANTASY OF FIRE BY

KELLY ST. CLARE


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Comment by Tracy Joyce on August 17, 2015 at 10:32pm

Hi All, Just a shout out.  My book Altaica is up on NetGalley for review until the end of August. After that it will be taken down.  It's been compared to Tamora Pierce, Cinda Willams Chima, Terry Brooks and Sarah J. Maas. If you're after a something a bit different in the fantasy genre with strong female leads please check it out and write a review. (I'm trying to get to the magic 100 reviews before my publisher takes it down :-) )

“Look at her – she’s Hill Clan. Even the Matyrani don’t like them …”

Isaura – little is known about her race, but much is whispered. Born to refugees, she grows up enduring racism and superstition within a community that fears her. She has few friends, and those she treasures. Trapped, she longs for escape to a different life. 

Escape is only the beginning of her troubles. Having fled an invading army with her friends, Isaura is faced with heinous choices in order to survive. Secrets from her past emerge to torment her and threaten to destroy all she holds dear. Her struggles forge a bond with an ancient power – a power which may transform or consume her. Old hatreds and superstitions are renewed and at her most vulnerable she learns the true nature of those around her.

Her only hope lies in a foreign land – a land rich in tradition; ruled by three powerful clans. A land with a history marked by warfare; where magic as we know it does not exist. Instead what is here, in abundance, is a more primal power.

Survival carries a high price.

Welcome to Altaica.
 

https://s2.netgalley.com/catalog/book/48954

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Comment by Book Buzz on August 17, 2015 at 5:03pm

Dark/Epic Fantasy For review
http://amzn.to/1PhVZ1J

The Raven of Dusk: Transcendence
By Anthony Greer
Publisher: AG Creative Publishing
Published: April 2015
ISBN: 978-1942992042
ASIN: B00VUGO0SQ
Genre: Fantasy, epic fantasy, dark fantasy, drama
Formats Available For Review: print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), mobi, kindle, epub, ebook, and PDF

The Ravens are watching.

They are hiding in the shadows of a vibrant and prosperous world where women rule among men, disputes are fickle, and a bright history is being written.

They are hiding in the alleys between skyscrapers that can kiss the heavens, in cities were crystal-coated streets crunch like rock candy beneath your feet, and near the waterfronts where the sea glistens and sparkles as far as the eye can wander.

They are hiding when Raiden Arias begins a journey of vengeance, where his son’s life may be held in the balance.

They are hiding when Eliza Bennihan finds herself encased in a mysterious white glow while Vila Pirral, a political animal she longs to intern for, is on the verge of giving birth to a child that should not exist.

They are hiding when Koston Donnick, a beloved dynastic hero, finds his only solace in his darkest secrets while his son falls into moral depravity and his queen’s allies are turning against her.

They are hiding when one man’s desire to learn of the Transcendence Theory causes ripples in the world of Noreis’ placid fabric and threatens the long-standing peace of its inhabitants.

They are hiding when political ties begin to shift and break, and when unlikely alliances are forming, and when betrayals are devastating. And as dawn sheds light on the beginning of the end of days, only one thing is certain: whatever once caused a world-wide extinction thousands of years ago threatens to repeat itself, the Ravens know their place on the global chessboard.

And they know that it is time to make their presence known.

The Raven of Dusk: Transcendence is a high/epic fantasy novel and in the first in its series.

Here’s what a couple of fans are staying about the novel:

“I am looking for a believable, coherent and interesting world (or worlds), characters who are hopefully 3 dimensional, who communicate using decent dialogue and whom I can emotionally connect with… and a central idea… even better, a big and intriguing central idea… and against this tick-list Anthony Greer delivers… and his plotline takes me to places I couldn’t have predicted at the start of my reader’s journey.”

“Greer approaches his subjects in a very personal manner, from the viewpoints of each of his characters. This shifting focus allows us insight into each personality and what causes them to act as they do and makes the novel very approachable. The decisions the characters feel natural in their progression, not as if the reader is being led to a conclusion or preached to.”

Book 2: The Raven of Dusk: Children of the Rain, is also available.

For review copies contact:

Anthony Greer
Email: greeranthony@hotmail.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/AnthonyGreerWA
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AnthonyGreerOfficial
Website: http://www.anthony-greer.com

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Comment by BookGirlR on August 15, 2015 at 3:04pm
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Comment by Fuentes on August 11, 2015 at 1:48pm

Menagerie by Rachel Vincent

Very good surprise!

The story is well written with blood, suspense, racism, question about differences, acceptance, love, the value of a life… A lot of very modern questions cleverly hidden into a great story.

Like the plot with the Ménagerie full of mythological or fantasy creatures… Really cool read!

Lucie
http://newbooksonmyselves.blogspot.fr/2015/08/menagerie-by-rachel-v...


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Comment by Book Buzz on August 11, 2015 at 11:08am

Sci-fi Adventure For Review
http://amzn.to/1DGdybj

Fateful Encounter
Book 1 of the Lost Lores Series
By Leighton Williams
ASIN: B00O2J2TOK
Genre: Science Fiction Adventure
Formats Available For Review: pdf, ebook

What if I told you something horrible was going to happen to you, would you believe me? How about if I said I read your fate in a book from the future?

A mysterious stowaway could mean trouble for the crew members of the mighty Pearl. How could he possibly know the fate of their ship, and why does he constantly speak of the future? To heed the warning of a stranger seems silly, but ignoring him could cost them their lives.
Fateful Encounter is a science-fiction thriller featuring Dayton, an ordinary man with an extraordinary problem. All he wanted was to get some rest, but instead he awoke to a monstrous problem. In a race against time, Dayton must figure out how to save a group of strangers from the past that do not trust him. A story that combines both time travel and sea voyages as well as inspired by and based on an harrowing account as reported in the London Times of July 4, 1874, Fateful Encounter will draw in readers who crave a classic adventure with a modern twist.

For review copies contact:

Leighton Williams
Email: andrewa771@gmail.com

 
 
 

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