Daily Archives: March 2, 2014

Death Sworn – Leah Cypess

Centuries before, an evil Empire gained control of the lands through the use of dark magic. Two groups formed an alliance of sorts, a sorcerer-based society, the Renegai, and a group of assassins training within a complex system of caves. … Continue reading

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Citadel – Kate Mosse

Sandrine is eighteen and is coping with the hardships of living under the occupation of the Germans, trying to keep life as normal as possible. Her early morning bicycle rides are a special pleasure. No one is stirring, and the … Continue reading

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Liberty 1784: The Second War for Independence – Robert Conroy

The defeat of the British relief fleet off Yorktown led to Cornwallis’ surrender and the successful end to the American Revolution.  But what if Washington had not been so lucky and the fleet had arrived on time?  What if Washington … Continue reading

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