#RRBC MEMBER BOOK REVIEWS

Welcome to RRBC Member Reviews!  We know you’ve probably shared it on Amazon (or, maybe Amazon took your review down and are refusing to put it back up for whatever reason), but we’d love to know what you thought of the RRBC books you’ve read.  Please leave the title of your book, the author of the book and your review down below in the comments section.  Before you leave, we’d also appreciate you clicking the share buttons on this page and sending it to all your social media platforms!  Members who have had reviews removed from Amazon, will get credit if they share their reviews here.

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  1. I have just now posted my review of Davida: Model and Mistress of Augustus Saint – Gaudens by Karen Ingalls Here is the link: https://www.amazon.com/review/R3M9LXTVPCPMJE/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv

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  2. Amazon had sent me notification that my review for Melanie Ansley’s “The Queen and the Dagger” is live, but when I click on the link provided [less than 30 minutes later] the review wasn’t there. And when I attempted to repost it, Amazon blocked it. This book had been bought on December 4, 2018 during RRBC holiday popup bookstore. Here’s the review which I can’t post on Amazon:

    AUNT/MENTOR OR NOT THE PROTAGONIST MUST SAVE THE QUEENDOM FROM HER AND ALL OF HER ALLIES

    A while back my inner-child desired to read a fantasy which would also deal with young girl’s transition from being a child to being an adult woman, when I found and bought this enchanting book by Melanie Ansley.

    In the land of Mankahar where this story takes place, animals have been endowed with the power of speech, the humans are determined to render all animals passive as well as being speechless, by a process known as Pacification which involves the use of a poison.

    The protagonist of this story is Indigo, who is a rabbit and the princess of Alvareth, and she’s reaching the age where she can finally became the queen, replacing her mentor/aunt Kalmara who had usurped the throne as its regent when Indigo’s mother/sister had been murdered years ago; and now desires to seize the crown as well.

    However, Indigo knows she can’t go it alone to fight the of forces of the Pacification. So, when she gets invited to join the Order whose sole purpose is to combat them, she readily accepts their invitation, and immediately becomes their leader to help her gain her rightful queendom.

    The writing is fraught with intrigue, and the humanistic quality the author gives her animal characters in on target; all of which adds to the author’s attention-grabbing and interest-maintaining storyline. Whether or not Indigo’s quest to rightfully ascend to the throne of her rabbit kingdom, and attain the retaliation she desires against humans who seek to rule over and induce Pacification on all animals, I’m not saying; which is why anyone reading this needs to consider downloading a copy of this book, for which I’ve given this book 5 STARS

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    1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

      Robin, something really needs to be done with Mark Bezos. This is unacceptable. Believe it or not, I have had no problems yet with Amazon and so this is blowing my mind. As a start, you should call their support and ask to speak to someone in a decision-making position to explain themselves. And go from there to get some answers.

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  3. These poems would mesmerize you, make you appreciate nature, inspire you to have a closer look at the beauty around us. Here is the link to my review of ‘Just Her Poetry: Seasons of a Soul’ by D.l.Finn:
    https://www.amazon.com/review/R2W2OIRKUWOZYN/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv

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  4. On 4/9/19, I reviewed Flowers and Stone by Jan Sikes. It is an excellent read, and for me, it was a trip back in time. The realistic dialogue and well-established characters, made this novel come to life, which makes sense since it is based on a true story. As a young adult in the 70s, there is much about this story with which I can identify, and I connected with Luke and Darlina as if they were old friends. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and look forward to getting started on the second in this series. Bravo, Ms. Sikes! My five star review has been posted on Amazon.com. The link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2GB12X9SX41AX/ref=cm_cr_othr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00G062JBG

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  5. I reviewed Strange Hwy-Short Stories by Beem Weeks

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  6. Here is my review of Vagaries of Life, an inspiring book of short stories by Joy Lo – Bamijoko: https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/RSFG0ZN6BF5VG/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07L4YW6GC

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  7. Hi, I reviewed Memoir of a Mad Woman by Vashti Quiroz-Vega, posted on Amazon on march 21, 2019.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R3V5E2ROTF6KOP/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07MLYP5XP

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  8. I tried to post this review on Amazon, but they did not accept it. For that reason, I’m posting it here.

    JUST HER POETRY by D.L. Finn is a lovely collection of poetry that spans the breadth of heartfelt emotions. Reading this book is a delectable experience. I particularly loved Musing From The Back Of A Harley because I found the experience of traveling with Finn on the back of a motorcycle to be exhilarating. I felt the wind, saw the movement of passing scenes, and heard the road sounds. Extraordinary.

    In the section entitled The Emotions: Darkness and Light, Finn writes about Together. Her verse captured my sentiments. “We’re together for this instant that will go on forever. It’s carefully placed in my memories, where my dreams come true. Together…even distance doesn’t keep us apart. Together…is where our souls remain. Together…always in these moments.”

    Yes…together always. Five Stars!

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    1. D.L Finn, Author | Reply

      Thsnk you, Gwen:)

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    2. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

      This is insane Gwen. I have yet to have a problem with Amazon. I don’t get it but it’s a shame. Congratulations Denise.

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  9. Please visit my blog and read my 5-Star review of Barnard Foong’s “A Harem Boy’s Saga, Book 1, Initiation.” This book will push you into a world of true cultural dissonance.

    https://frstepnowski.wixsite.com/poet/blog/book-review-initiation-a-haram-boy-s-sage-by-bernard-foong

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  10. I recently found out that most of our reviews I have wrote on Amazon were never pushed through, so I am in the process of rewriting these reviews and have posted them on my website/blog.

    Here is my 5-Star review of Rhani D’Chae’s Zombie Dawn; a truly unconventional tale of the undead. I was truly captivated by this short story. Happy reading.

    https://frstepnowski.wixsite.com/poet/blog/book-review-zombie-dawn-by-rhani-d-chae

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  11. I have read and reviewed ‘If Only There Was Music…’ The Poetry of Forbidden Love by Nonnie Jules and Giani Jordan. Here is my review: https://www.amazon.com/review/RM38KB9JMBSXH/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv

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  12. I have just finish3ed reading “The Fall of Lilith” by Vashti Q. Wow! What a tale. I just posted my 4-Star review on Amazon.

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  13. ‘You Can’t Force Love’ by Marie Drake is a stunning tale of selfish and self-centered people who fail to see beyond their own interests. Just now I have posted my 5 star review of this book at Amazon.com:
    https://www.amazon.com/review/RKT9FYHH6HLOH/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv

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  14. Just posted a 4 star review on Amazon for The Anchor is the Key.
    The Anchor is the Key is an easy flowing paranormal, small town mystery. It’s the kind of book you snuggle up to near the fire or in your favorite lounger to get lost in. The pace is a bit slow and detailed, but entertaining in its charm and wit. Since the main character is a psychic, get ready to learn about crystal balls, tarot cards, runes, palm reading, tea leaves, and communicating with the spirits.
    I found story delightful and recommend for a cozy mystery read.

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  15. Hi ! I just reviewed Shirley Harris -Slaughter’s wonderful short story ‘Newspaper Chronicles’ on Amazon.in & Amazon.com. It was a great read for me & I will be posting a detailed book review of the same on my blog insaneowl shortly. Happy reading to you all ! 😀

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    1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

      Hi insaneowl. Thank you so much. I’m looking forward to your feedback. Give me your blog link when you post it, please.

      Have a great day and welcome to our club. Its nice meeting you and hearing your story on Rave Waves Radio Show.

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      1. Hi Shirley ma’am !

        Will do so. I really loved ‘Newspaper Chronicles’ & look forward to reading more books/stories penned by you. Thank you for hearing my story on the Rave Waves Radio Show. God bless & happy reading to you ! 😀

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      2. Hi Shirley ma’am !
        I’ve just posted my detailed review of ‘Newspaper Chronicles’ on my blog insaneowl.com & here is the link to it – https://www.insaneowl.com/2019/03/27/newspaper-chronicles-by-shirley-harris-slaughter/
        Regards,
        Fiza Pathan

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        1. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

          I tried to log in but for some reason your blog wouldn’t accept my wordpress account. So I will reblog it to my site and I thank you so much for your thorough review. I’m glad you liked it, and yes there are all forms of discrimination around the world. What happened at the newspaper occurs in other industries as well and each story has a different twist to it. And, as you know, women of all colors have gotten a raw deal throughout history. But women of color bear the worst of it.

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  16. Hi ! Just reviewed Karen Black’s ‘Long Stories Short’ on Amazon.in & Amazon.com. It was a great read. Will be doing a more detailed book review on my blog a bit later. Happy Reading to all !

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    1. Thank you for taking a chance on “Long Stories Short!” I’m always delighted when someone enjoys one of my stories, and appreciate the support. Best wishes!

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      1. Karen ma’am it was a pleasure to read your book. I love paranormal/horror/suspense stories & believe me you have done justice to that genre. God bless & happy reading to you ! 😀

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  17. I just posted a 5 star review for The Merest Loss by Steven Neil on Amazon. This is an absolutely beautifully written historical fiction. The story is powerful. The descriptions of life in Victorian England and France are colorful, authentic, and breathtaking. The characters, both major and minor, are vivid and well-developed. I personally felt so many emotions from scenes that warmed my heart to others that brought tears of empathy. Historical fiction is not normally a genre I read, but I would certainly buy another book written by Steven Neil. The research done for the authenticity of this book is amazing.
    I loved it and finished it in one day!

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  18. Tales from the Riverside by Larry Landgraf

    I enjoyed this folksy memoir. Author Landgraf invites us into his swampside house for bacon and eggs and spins for us true yarns. The swamp, as it turns out, has hundreds of things that want to eat you, bite you, poison you, or suck your blood. Among other things, I got an education about chiggers. It’s an education I’ll not soon forget. Landgraf came close to death several times, and he tells us all the stories.

    The writing is clear and Landgraf’s voice comes through on every page. The stories are delivered without pretensions or artifice, exactly as you might hear them from Landgraf’s very lips should you visit. And he gives the impression that he would welcome a visit (unless you’re from the government).

    I recommend this book to anyone. Although there are some graphic scenes, they are handled as gently as possibly could be done. They are, after all, true. Pick up a copy and enjoy.

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  19. The symbolism embedded in the cover is superbly carried out through out the book. Read my 5 star review of The Alternative by S.Burke
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2E2K5LNGPYP76/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07CRGPK7B

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  20. Yesterday I finished reading ‘The Altar Boy’ by Phil Stephens and liked the child-like charm that this memoir holds. My review can be found at Amazon.com

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  21. I have read and reviewed Journey to the Rainbow’s End: A Drag Queen’s Odyssey by Forrest Stepnowski, a brilliant book of poetry that gives voice to LGBTQ community. My review is posted at Amazon.com.

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    1. Thank you so very much for your amazing words.

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  22. I read and reviewed ‘Acts of Betrayal’ by Suzanne Burke. Great story and sequel.
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/customer-reviews/R293LUV4ZZD46/

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  23. Tried to post my review of Spirit Of The Book, by D.E. Howard, to Amazon but was denied. I am posting it here. “A dash of tragedy, a splash of magic, a pinch of romance . . . Spirit Of The Book was the perfect recipe for me. I thoroughly enjoyed this tale of young Ellie Forrester’s trials and triumph. I found myself immersed in the plot and interesting characters. I highly recommend this journey into the magical realm.”

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  24. I have read and reviewed Journey to Rainbow’s End by Robert Stepnowski, The Queen and the Dagger by Melanie Ainsley, The Second Chance by D.L. Finn. All three were great reads and I highly recommend each of them.

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  25. Shirley Harris-Slaughter | Reply

    On February 7, 2019, I just read and reviewed Noémie’s Journey by Victoria Saccenti on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com/review/R1251U3VF15ZGW/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv

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    1. Victoria Saccenti | Reply

      Thank you, for your kind review.

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  26. I’ve just read and reviewed Jan Sikes book of art and poetry: DISCOVERY.

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  27. Greetings RRBC! My five star review for “Tails” by W J Scott has been posted on Amazon. The text is: A delightful and well-written story, this children’s book will appeal to many adults. Though not an avid fan of fantasy, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters are believable and Kywah will steal your heart. It wouldn’t surprise me to see the silvertails become a well-known species. With good guys, bad guys and magic throughout, “Tails” is worth the price of admission to its magical world.

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  28. Victoria Saccenti | Reply

    I’ve read and reviewed “Sudden Shock (Elleanor Stone Collection)” by Nia Markos. Link to my review on Amazon:https: //www.amazon.com/review/R3VNS2HW4YLATN/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv

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  29. peggyhattendorfcom | Reply

    I have read and posted an Amazon review for “A Long Walk Home: A Christmas Novelette” by D.L. Finn. This was a quick and enjoyable read .

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  30. peggyhattendorfcom | Reply

    I have read and posted an Amazon review for “Flipping” by Eichin Chang-Lim. This is a beautifully written story. Here is the link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/product-reviews/B01N1TWEWG/ref=acr_search_hist_4?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=four_star&showViewpoints=0

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  31. peggyhattendorfcom | Reply

    I have read and posted an Amazon review for “Race into Murder” by Karen Black. It was an enjoyable read.

    Here is the Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/Race-into-Murder-Karen-Black-ebook/product-reviews/B07BGWGYLT/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_hist_4?ie=UTF8&filterByStar=four_star&reviewerType=all_reviews#reviews-filter-bar

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  32. I just finished and posted my five-star review of An Unusual Island by D.L. Finn on my website at http://intoautumn.com/?p=679. There, you can find the link to the review at Amazon.

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    1. D.L Finn, Author | Reply

      Thank you Larry:)

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  33. peggyhattendorfcom | Reply

    I’ve read Rhani D’Chae’s book “I’ve Always Loved Women,” and posted an Amazon review – https://www.amazon.com/Always-Loved-Women-Rhani-DChae-ebook/dp/B07F5G8C1S/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1547061188&sr=1-1&keywords=i%27ve+always+loved+Women

    This is a good introduction to the writing style of this talented author. Skillfully, she sets up the premise with her well crafted characters, drawing the reader immediately into the short story.

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  34. peggyhattendorfcom | Reply

    I was pleased to purchase and be the first to post an Amazon review for “RRBC 3rd Annual Writers’ Conference & Book Expo 2018: Souvenir Booklet.” The Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07H7RZTS6/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0
    This is a perfect way to discover works by some very talented Indie Authors from Rave Reviews Book Club and Rave Writers International Society of Authors.

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  35. On January 6, 2019, I finally finished another book, and reviewed it on Amazon. I am behind in my reading, partially because I’m catching up on my writing! The review of “Son of My Father” follows, along with the link to the amazon page.

    “Son of My Father” is the story of a family dynasty. Married to Elizabeth, Jonathan Barrington is the Chairman and CEO of Barrington Holdings International. Their only child, Christiana, is the heir apparent to the family’s multi-million-dollar corporation. Raised with that expectation, Christiana works alongside her father in the family business. When money and power overshadow family and loyalty, the result is not entirely unexpected. Though a powerful business man, and a dominant husband and father, Jonathan learns it is the women in his life who have control. I found the novel well-structured, sometimes slow moving, but with excellent detail that accents the lifestyle of the rich and influential. Overall, it is a good book and an enjoyable read. https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/RI7K1PNABSAF4/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00DIKH570

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    1. peggyhattendorfcom | Reply

      Thank you, Karen.

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      1. You’re welcome. Thank you for a few hours to escape into your story!

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  36. I recently read and reviewed Joy Lo-Bamijoko’s new book of short stories, “Vagaries of Life: And Girl’s Talk.” I enjoyed each of the stories, but of course, I had a couple of favorites. I loved how she portrayed the struggles of women in Nigerian society, as they are still oppressed. You can see my review here: https://www.amazon.com/VAGARIES-LIFE-GIRLS-Joy-Lo-Bamijoko-ebook/product-reviews/B07L4YW6GC/

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  37. My review of Two Shorts and a Snort by Jan Sikes was originally posted on Amazon in August. Today I discovered that it was removed without explanation. For that reason, I’m posting a review here.

    These two shorts and a poem were written as part of a Rave Reviews Book Club challenge, and I read them from that perspective. The first, Obsession, was my favorite – not because of the subject matter but because of the writing. In just a few pages, Sikes creates tension and draws the reader into the drama. Once caught, you want more. The stories are fast-paced, well-written and relatable. 5-stars!

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    1. Thank you, Gwen! I am happy you enjoyed the short stories. I appreciate your review and phooey on Amazon!! I hate that they pick and choose what we can review. 😦

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  38. Purr-fect Catastrophe

    By Wendy Jayne Scott

    This was a delightful paranormal short story read, complete with witches, warlocks, kitty familiar and a shapeshifter plot.

    Cassidy has been hexed. That means whenever she wants sex, she turns into a cat. Cool huh? But, when she discovers a new warlock in her lovelife, she needs to discover who hexed her and why?

    Follow along this funny and interesting short story.

    I found a few editing errors, outside of that, the story was wonderful.

    Patricia A. Guthrie, reviewer

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    1. I really enjoyed Wendy’s story. She has quite the imagination. 🙂

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  39. THE LONG WALK HOME by D.L. FINN

    Patricia A. Guthrie
    4.0 out of 5 starsA Christmas filled with heartbreak, danger and regained friendship–plus a homeless cat.
    December 19, 2018

    Format: Kindle EditionVerified Purchase
    Kinzie’s fiance breaks up with her and is scheduled to marry her best friend, Joy, on Christmas, the same day as Kinzie’s wedding. What’s worse, someone tries to run her down and it appears to be her ex-fiance. What would be the point? He’s already gotten what he wanted.
    But,wait, there’s more. It appears that Joy’s now fiance has dumped her, too. She, too, has had a close call on the snowy and slippery roadways.
    Enter two guardian angels assigned to protect Kinzy, and they hover. Can Joy and Kinzie’s friendship heal? How about that homeless kitty that keeps Kinzie from killing herself in the cold and snow?I loved this story. Couple of tears, couple of lumps in my throat and the story was over, before I knew it.
    Well written.
    I do have one gripe. We find out what happens to the antagonist of the story. But, it’s told as an after thought. I would have liked to see the destructive nature of the perpetrator, and how the police caught him. I think it needed more elaboration and closer. Maybe a part two?

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    1. D.L Finn, Author | Reply

      Thank you, Patricia:)

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  40. Here is my review of Son Of The Serpent, by Vashti Q.

    I have yet to read the first of this series, so I was unsure of what to expect. Let me tell you, I was hooked in the first paragraph. Thanks to the skillful writing of author, Vashti Quiroz-Vega, living the tale through the eyes of Dracul and Lilith was effortless.

    The references to biblical accounts were blended smoothly throughout, and depict Lilith orchestrating the downfall of humanity. The story can be described as a journey through biblical history viewed through the lens of the supernatural.

    This novel is an ideal medley of action, raw emotion, and fantasy. It whets the appetite for more.

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    1. Thank you for reading and reviewing Son of the Serpent, Mark. I’ve sent several emails to Amazon for refusing to publish your review. Hopefully I’ll get some answers soon. I appreciate you. 😀 xo

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      1. I hope you get some answers. I enjoyed the book!

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  41. Just finished reading “When Can I Stop Running?” by John Podlaski and loved it! Here is the link to my review on Amazon; I gave it 5 Stars! Click on link: https://www.amazon.com/review/R3AGCLGLZHXL45/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv
    I highly recommend this book, it is a great read!

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    1. Thank you, Lynn, for taking the time to review my book here on Amazon. I’m glad you enjoyed my stories…please help to spread the word. Thanks again!

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  42. I just finished Pandora Reborn from John Coon. My review has been submitted to Amazon, but I am posting it here as well:

    Pandora Reborn was a very enjoyable read, involving a group of high school friends facing off against an ancient threat. The story was well-paced and kept me engaged throughout.

    Deer Falls has a long and interesting history, with several local legends. But some of these legends may have more truth to them than expected. When a neighborhood kid unearths an unusual box, instead of the expected treasure, he discovers within an unexpected secret that will endanger the lives of everyone in town. A being seeking vengeance for atrocities committed long ago, but never forgiven.

    The story wastes little time in getting to the good stuff. After a short introduction to the characters and setting, it moves at a quick pace toward the grand finale. Though the frights were of the PG-13 kind, the story was interesting enough for all ages. My only criticism is the use of some vernacular that dates the story. Words like “lit” and “whacked” almost feel a bit forced to appeal to a certain age group and specifically to a certain decade of youth. I would have liked to see language that was more timeless, allowing the story to exist in any timeframe.

    Overall, I enjoyed my time spent with the story and look forward to the possibility of more of the legends of Deer Falls coming to life.

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  43. Just reviewed “No Fairy Tale:The Reality Of A Girl Who Wasn’t A Princess And Her Poetry” by D.L.Finn. Here is the link to her book on https://www.amazon.com/No-Fairy-Tale-princess-2016-07-24/dp/B01K3LLDHO/ref=sr_1_9?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1545452212&sr=1-9&keywords=D.L.FinnAmazon. Click on reviews to read mine. I thoroughly enjoyed the entire book; story as well as poetry, and recommend the book to all. Well written , D.L. Finn!

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    1. D.L Finn, Author | Reply

      Thank you Lynn:)

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  44. Think I resolved my glitch with the Amazon site, so here’s my review of Ellie Douglas’s The Dead Wake. https://www.amazon.com/review/R34IDP9L76PETK/ref=pe_1098610_137716200_cm_rv_eml_rv0_rv

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  45. Just reviewed A M Manay’s excellent new fantasy “Hexborn”, really enjoyed it. Review up on Amazon here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R1GPPQR2IW57FX/ref=cm_cr_othr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07D4MR86Y

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  46. On 12/7/18, I reviewed Page of Buckets, by Charles Jones. The review has been posted to Amazon.com and the text is as follows: The story revolves around a deck of circus themed Tarot cards that comes to life. It confuses dreams with reality for those who are affected by its power and some become a part of the deck and therefore a part of the circus. And what is a circus without the clowns? Oh, yes. There are clowns. Though an actual Tarot deck uses the four suits of swords, cups, wands and pentacles, the author’s deck contains buckets, poles, foils and tokens. The author’s Page of Buckets can be “creative and imaginative” or can “maim and destroy” and is characteristic of both, as one of the main characters in this horror story. If you have a knowledge of the Tarot, the numerous characters will be more easily followed.

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