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Honest Indie Book Reviews is not currently active. I may get back to it one of these days. Meantime, you might find better luck at some of these writing/reviewing sites: https://honestindiebookreviews.wordpress.com/writing-blogs-i-follow/ Thanks for thinking of me. Gary Advertisements

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The Naked Room by Diana Hockley

Let me begin by saying that writing a novel is a terrific achievement. I know, having written two. My hat is off to anyone who can complete a novel. That said, here is my honest opinion of The Naked Room, … Continue reading

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Super by Princess Jones

Let me begin by saying that writing a novel is a terrific achievement. I know, having written two. My hat is off to anyone who can complete a novel. That said, here is my honest opinion of Super, a first-person … Continue reading

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Ascent of Blood by Elizabeth Marx

Let me begin by saying that writing a novel is a terrific achievement. I know, having written two. My hat is off to anyone who can complete a novel. That said, here is my honest opinion of Ascent of Blood, … Continue reading

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Alone by Martha Fawcett

Let me begin by saying that writing a novel is a terrific achievement. I know, having written two. My hat is off to anyone who can complete a novel. That said, here is my honest opinion of Alone, a character-driven … Continue reading

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Time of Death by Ellis Vidler

Let me begin by saying that writing a novel is a terrific achievement. I know, having written two. My hat is off to anyone who can complete a novel. That said, here is my honest opinion of Time of Death, … Continue reading

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Verliege by Micheal Rivers

Let me begin by saying that writing a novel is a terrific achievement. I know, having written two. My hat is off to anyone who can complete a novel. That said, here is my honest opinion of Verliege, a story … Continue reading

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