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Book Review: Fade to Black by Francis Knight

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March 26, 2013
Fade to Black

www.simplesharebuttons.com ISBN:9780356501666 Format:   Paperback / softback Recommended Price:  R120.00 Published:   March 5, 2013 Fade to Black by Francis Knight is a book that’s been written in the shadows – no, it’s not bad, it’s just a little darker than your usual urban fantasy novels – Rojan Dizon is our main character and...
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Book Review: Falling Kingdoms by Morgan Rhodes

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March 26, 2013
Falling Kingdoms

www.simplesharebuttons.com ISBN: 9780141346151 Format: Paperback / softback Recommended Price: R120.00 Published: February 1, 2013 Three Kingdoms strive to better themselves.  One kingdom is wealthy, one mediocre and the third kingdom struggles for survival every day.  Cleiona (Cleo) is the youngest Auranian princess, she’s childish, free-spirited and everything that’s not befitting for a princess, yet...
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DVD Review: House at the End of the Street

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February 4, 2013
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www.simplesharebuttons.com Seeking a fresh start, the newly divorced Sarah and her daughter Elissa find the house of their dreams in a small, up-scale  rural town.  However, when startling and inexplicable things begin to happen, Sarah and Elissa learn that the town has many shadows lurking in its past.  Years earlier, in the house next door...
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Book Review – Dark Shadows: The Visual Companion

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January 1, 2013
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www.simplesharebuttons.com   Mark Salisbury presents the reader with a coffee table book filled with fantastic pictures of none other than Tim Burton‘s Dark Shadows, a film that stars big Hollywood names such as, Johnny Depp, Michelle Pheiffer, Helena Bonham Carter and Cloe Grace Moretz.  This film, which is a remake of a popular TV...
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Book Review: The Ninth Black Book of Horror

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December 29, 2012
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www.simplesharebuttons.com You don’t know horror until you’ve reclined in your favourite chair with a steaming hot cup of coffee on the table beside you, and you’ve picked up one of the Black Books of Horror.  Sounds a little too boring for a die-hard horror-lover?  Well, then you’ve clearly never read a Black Book of...
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Book Review: Nurse Blood by Rebecca Besser

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December 29, 2012
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www.simplesharebuttons.com   Sonya Garret has a very interesting job.  It’s not the type of job you can put on your resume, but it’s the type of job that brings home the bacon.  Her job is to lure people to secluded spots, drug them and then harvest their organs for profit.  Why?  Because one life...
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Book Review: Beautiful Redemption by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl

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December 11, 2012
Beautiful Redemption

www.simplesharebuttons.com ISBN: 9780141335278 Format: Paperback / softback Recommended Price: R120.00 Published: October 31, 2012 Ethan Wate did something, which placed him in a very difficult situation, but he needed to do it to save Lena Duchaness… But what if death wasn’t the end?  Lena is a Caster girl whose supernatural powers unveiled a secretive and cursed side of...
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Book Review: Dracula Cha Cha Cha by Kim Newman

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December 2, 2012
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www.simplesharebuttons.com It’s 1959 in Rome, and Dracula is set to tie the knot with a Maldovian Princess as the world watches.  Anyone who is anyone is attending this grand affair, but it seems like not many of them will be able to attend the occasion, because of a masked perpetrator is walking the streets...
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Book Review: The Blinding Knife by Brent Weeks

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November 5, 2012
The Blinding Knife

www.simplesharebuttons.com Gavin Guile is dying.  Ruled by an alliance of the Seven Satrapies (one for each colour) and bound together by the belief in a god of light, it’s a government that is not dissimilar from the Holy Roman Empire. Like the Emperor and the Pope, the Satrapies are ostensibly ruled by the Prism...
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Book Review: Shades by Marguerite Poland

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November 5, 2012
Shades

www.simplesharebuttons.com South Africa has a very colourful history and I don’t mean the most recent part of it.  Set in 1902, Shades efficiently uses a backdrop of drought, the rinderpest epidemic, the South African War, the burgeoning gold-mining industry and the complex birth of the exploitative system of recruiting migrant labour to show the...
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