In the Land of Dead Horses Book Review from @kleffnotes

I will admittedly admit I am a bit behind. I received some review books either in the main or digitally and they came during periods of extreme scheduling. I know that isn’t really an excuse, but I genuinely have been so busy with work and just getting things done around that house that it becomes difficult to get content out. As these books were sent with no firm deadline on when a release was needed they were put on a get done when you can pile. I am finally at a point where I can start getting through that pile. In the Land of Dead Horses came out in September, but it is something that could fit perfectly before Halloween.

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Mango, Mambo, and Murder Book Review from @kleffnotes

I love a cozy mystery and my favorite time of year for a cozy is when the weather is getting chilly. Now yes, there are all year round cozies and you can read them whenever you like, but something about the fall makes me want to read mysteries a lot more. Mango, Mambo, and Murder is the first in a new series, A Caribbean Kitchen Mystery, by Raquel V. Reyes. This series follows a food anthropologist who has moved from New York to Coral Shores, Miami. Beyond your standard moving problems, there is the added drama of murder.

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Echoes of Fate Book Review from @kleffnotes

The third and final book in The Echoes Trilogy will be out this November and to give you plenty of time to pre-order I wanted to share my thoughts on the final book in the series. This is a series that uses the real world to influence the settings and the universe you are experiencing. Echoes of Fate is a fantastic tie up to this thrilling series.

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Fire of the Dark Triad Book Review from @kleffnotes

Asya Semenovich is a scientist who found stories in numbers, recently featured in the Cannes Film Festival finalist film, Married to Math, she was restricted in her creativity until she came to the United States. She had always wanted to write and she took her knowledge and combined it with her true passion. Fire of the Dark Triad then came to life, which eerily would foreshadow elements of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Citadel of Whispers Book Review from @kleffnotes

Chooseco is taking a chance with a brand new type of book. While Choose Your Own Adventure books have existed in the past, this the first time they will be trying their hand at the genre with The Citadel of Whispers. Beyond that they also have created a digital version that can jump where you choose, instead of needing you to scroll through or find the page you are told to pick. This is a fun read that is ideal for fantasy lovers.

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The Legacy of Seven: A Guardian Rises 1 Book Review from @kleffnotes

Set two thousands years in the future when survival is a struggle and the world has shifted into a dystopian medieval society, P.J. Flie has created a world in The Legacy of Seven’s first book, A Guardian Rises that will excite sci-fi and fantasy readers alike. This first book in the series acts as a strong world builder and introduces readers to key characters. The idea behind the plot is that whoever controls the magic controls the fate of the galaxy.

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The Night We Burned Book Review from @kleffnotes

I love a psychological thriller and I was definitely intrigued by the idea of a story that examines truth with a focus on a fact checker. The Night We Burned actually came out in August, but I was a bit hard pressed for time I admit and since this was a longer book it took me a bit to get to the review point. My delay though is not a reflection on the book, instead I want to highlight how cool this story is.

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The Otherworld Book 1: Wish Book Review from @kleffnotes

With October nearing I wanted to get some reviews up in plenty of time for folks to pre-order. I also know that once we hit the spookiest month of the year that I’ll want to transition to some more horror themed content. In making sure that content gets up I am going to posting some book reviews a bit early. This YA book is a great read for those who might just want a little bit of magic as they get closer to Halloween.

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In My Dreams I Hold a Knife Book Review from @kleffnotes

What happens when six college friends find themselves re-examining just what happened to them ten years ago. In My Dreams I Hold a Knife is a thrilling read that examines what happens when a tragedy changes your life and the bonds you once had. With the focus on Jessica Miller we are presented with six friends at a college reunion forced to examine the unsolved murder that took place during their time together.

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