SwordOfSpirit

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A Coven of Blood and Iron

The story begins with great action, as a coven of ancient witches are on the attack, ready to clean house. The vivid, cleverly written, and often frightening descriptions, really add to the excitement, especially the fate of the "heroes" who entered the scene. But I won't give out any spoilers. And as cold hearted and evil as Chimera is, it seems like she might actually have a soft spot for Dante. Perhaps that's a bit of a stretch, but we'll just have to keep reading to find out. So treat yourself to this delightfully dark fantasy, and you'll see right away that the author put a lot of effort and detail into the world building, and of course the story itself.

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Partners in Arson

It's nice to read out of my normal genre once in awhile, which is usually fantasy, and I'm really enjoying this story so far. I'm all caught up now, and this story has left me with some serious questions, but I'm sure all the questions will be answered as the story progresses. One question, however, that's really nagging at me, is why does Ethan always leave his baby sister home alone? And where are the parents? I went over the chapters a few times to see if I missed anything, but I don't think I did. My conclusion is we simply don't know yet at this point in the story.

As for Amelia, the other main character, she's very lonely, but perhaps not as lonely as you might think, and she seems to enjoy the benefits of being an only child. It's also pretty clear that Ethan likes her, but because of his reputation, Amelia doesn't know how to react to him yet. Great story so far! I love when there's a bit of a mystery going on, and both characters are very believable, well written, with distinct personalities. I definitely recommend this story, and I'll keep an eye out for the updates.

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Preserved in Ink

Interesting story so far, having read the first six chapters. The writing style is very unique, a little confusing at first, but once you settle in it all starts to make sense. There’s a certain mood to this story that's hard to describe, but so far it seems to be working, and it's working very well. On the one hand we have typical teens, goofing around and having fun at school, dealing with usual teen stuff etc. But on the other hand, there’s some kind of secret being held by the main character, Amelia, a secret that has yet to be revealed in a letter she’s writing. At this point we don’t know what the secret is, and there wasn’t any mention of it in the latest Chapter, but I believe the letter, and of course Amelia’s secret, are going to be central to the overall plot. In either case, I will continue to read to find out. Highly recommend this story!

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Mommy's Lil Angel

This is such an intense novel so far, as we watch Chris, the main character, struggle to escape from a monster baby—yes, a vicious, flesh biting baby named Julian.

I'm all caught up with the story now, having read all four chapters, and I don't want to give out any spoilers. But I highly recommend this book to horror and fantasy fans, or anyone really.

I really enjoyed the vivid descriptions of the dark and dreary sewer, and the physical and mental effect it's having on Chris. He keeps having crazy nightmares, only to wake up to the real nightmare he's already in. So much to talk about, but like I said, I don't want to give out any spoilers. Just read it and you'll see what I mean.

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