Monthly Archives: December 2005

SINNER – The Wayfarer Redemption Book 4 – by Sara Douglass


I had anticipated a great sequel to the series but nothing that good. As we follow Axis and Azhure’s children into their own destiny, a new terror in the form of demons is preparing to invade united Tenscendor. Caelum, Axis’ … Continue reading

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UNDER LOCK AND KEY by Sylvie Kurtz Tyler Blackwood, a reporter whose wife died about a year ago, reluctantly accepts to protect Melissa Carnes, his boss’ niece, and finds himself locked by her on their first encounter. But Tyler, despite Melissa’s … Continue reading

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FAITH OF THE FALLEN Sword of Truth book 6 by Terry Goodkind


After his failure at convincing the people of Anderith to follow D’Hara, Richard & Kahlan (who’s recovering from an assault) flee to the mountain with their friend and bodyguard Cara the Mord Sith. In their retreat, Nicci, a Sister of … Continue reading

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THE LAST HAWK Book 3 in the Saga of the Skolian Empire by Catherine Asaro


This 3rd volume in Catherine Asaro’s superb saga is not disappointing at all. We follow Kelric (Imperator Kurj Skolia’s half brother) when he crashes on Coba, a closed world to outsiders, and under female rule. Kelric quickly realises he is … Continue reading

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FAST FOOD NATION by Eric Schlosser


This is the most informative and scary book I’ve read in years. Millions of people around the world eat at McDonald’s everyday but also at Burger King and so on. For years, I’ve enjoyed getting my daily dose of Big … Continue reading

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