Saturday, July 19, 2014

Books for Review

Hi everyone! Hope you're having a great week. I just wanted to let you know I have a few affiliate authors of mine that are offering some free e-books in exchange for reviews this week. If you're interested in any of these titles, feel free to send me a note and I'll send a review edition your way!

Hell's Reaping
Author:  James Bishop
Publisher:  Fantastic Journeys Publishing
Pages: 258
Release Date: September 2012

On the brink of annihilation, the last survivors of humanity do the unthinkable. 

Five of the greatest Templar in history are sent from their Holy Sanctuaries to battle the Demonic Legion and destroy it from within. These five damned souls are changed against their will into that which they hate the most, demonic warriors themselves with only one goal... to destroy the Devil himself.

Jacob Merethius, Han Fe-tze, Piotyr Lamja, Joshua Danner, and Kasim al-Saif are the greatest weapons the remnants of humanity have on the eve of their destruction. The Patriarch of the Holy Temple sends these men against their will into the bowels of Hell to wage righteous war against the endless hordes of the House of Lucifer. Once powerful Templar, the profane ritual done at their expense changes them and gives them dark and incredible power.

Thine Enemy's Eyes
Author:  Tonya Adolfson
Publisher:  Fantastic Journeys Publishing
Pages: 394
Release Date: November 8th, 2011

A king, a lady and a secret… and the world suspended between them. The man before her had never seen her face before, had never had her gaze touch his. He’d never felt the burn of her integrity or the weight of his own sins ripped from his secret heart. He’d only heard of her. Rumor spoke of heathen magic and pirate training. Insinuation. Lies told in the backstreets to make another feel more important. His request was not simple in execution, simply in phrasing. Kill the Mervolingian king. Kill the leader of the largest country in the Saintlands, put in place by the Augustinian Pope. Still, Myrgen the Grey really should have been better informed before asking her such a thing. Then again, how could he possibly know the thing her own heart denied?

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