Book Review: Sapphire Smyth and the Shadow Five Part 1 by R.J. Furness @rjfurness @The_WriteReads #fantasy #shadows

Genre: FantasyBookxpert Rating: 3.5/5 A huge thank you to the author R.J.Furness and Dave of WriteReads for having me on this tour. Today is my stop on the tour for Sapphire Smyth & The Shadow Five #1. BOOK BLURB Have you ever seen something you can’t explain? Did it vanish as fast as it appeared?Perhaps... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: The Onyx Crown by Alan Hurst @AlanHurstJr #fantasy #Africa

An exciting tale of a crown being reclaimed! Genre: FantasyBookxpert Rating: 4.2/5 A huge thank you to the author, Alan Hurst for sending me a copy of his book in exchange for an honest review. The Goodreads reviews and the blurb had me pretty excited to read it. And boy- what a read it was.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: I, Jacqueline by Hilda Lewis #historicalfiction #netherlands #15thcentury

Spunky and indomitable Jacqueline Bookxpert Rating : 3.5/5 Genre : Historical fiction Buy 'I, Jacqueline' now (paperback)Buy ' I, Jacqueline' now (Kindle edition)Goodreads AAGE KUA TOH PEECHE KHAYI This is a popular saying we have in Hindi, which means that you have a well in front of you, and a gorge behind you. So whichever... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Catching the Last Tram by Susan Holt #bookreview #fantasy #booktour

Get ready for a thrilling tram ride! Bookxpert Rating: 4.5/5Genre: Fantasy Catching the Last Tram by Susan Holt Unfortunately this great book isn't available on Amazon(it showed me results for 'Catching the last RAM' instead..lol)Goodreads I received a free copy of this book from Voracious Readers Only! This is a fair and honest review, that... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Resurrectionist by James Bradley

Shocking, mind-boggling- incidents described in book, that are true! Bookxpert Rating: 3/5 Genre: Historical Fiction The Resurrectionist by James Bradley Buy 'The Resurrectionist' now (paperback)Buy 'The Resurrectionist' now (Kindle edition)Goodreads BOOK BLURB Sometimes the worst prisons we build are not of stone...Leaving behind his father's tragic failures, Gabriel Swift arrives in London in 1826 to... Continue Reading →

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