Review of The Enigma Factor; Book 1

Rating: 9 out of 10.

The Enigma Factor is a compelling and mysterious Sci-Fi novel, co-authored by award-winning authors: Charles Breakfield and Rox Burkey who between them have created a unique take on the world of tech. I received a copy of the audiobook for free, so I will be reviewing this work based on the audio quality and the way the book is communicated as well as the content of the story.

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A Review of: Suspension – A Novel

Rating: 9 out of 10.

***Potential Trigger Warning – discussion of death and suicide***

Suspension is a modern fantasy novel that indulges in a magical, yet ghostly storyline that I would imagine many readers would enjoy. Fresh off the press as of the 30th June 2022 and written by Andrea Faye Christians, a new author on the scene, this novel is her literary debut that explores the unknown mysteries that death holds. Having fascinated people across the globe for centuries, death is still a completely unknown adventure, which Christians creates in this well-written contemporary fantasy.

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Interviewing Marc Watson: Death Dresses Poorly

  1. Where did your writing journey begin?

I think it has two distinct, yet, important starts. The first of which was when I was 15, and instead of doing my schoolwork, I began hand-writing a fantasy trilogy in a notebook. It was terrible, and hacky, and had no paragraphs or proper punctuation, and I still love it to this day. That’s when I realized I genuinely enjoyed writing. That was something I wanted to do.

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A Review of: LeRoux Manor

Rating: 7 out of 10.

LeRoux Manor is a standalone paranormal horror novel, written by Liz Butcher and was published in 2020. LeRoux Manor is the most recent novel that Butcher has had published. The novel focuses on a young teenage girl, Camille, who has travelled with her family from Australia over to cold, foggy England to claim an old manor house that her recluse of an uncle left to her father in his will. The premise is indeed a creepy one: old Victorian building, girl feeling lost in another country, and regarding the house – there’s something wrong with it, something very wrong. The cover helps set the scene of a beautiful Victorian building, but we can see that it’s very old and there’s something unsettling about the image. It gives the book the unnerving atmosphere that we see in mainstream horror novels.

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