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Bargain Book of the Week – The Black Fang Betrayal

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This series highlights inexpensive, free, or discounted books to give you, dear reader, the most options on what to read.

Free, reduced from $5.99

“Like The Sopranos, but with warlocks.”

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A Criminal Magic – Book Review

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A Criminal Magic by Lee Kelly

Rating: 4 / 5 stars

Think 1920s Prohibition, except alcohol is not what is illegal. Magic is. Enough damage was done by past magic users that any and all evidence of magic is shunned and banned. But not all traces of magic are gone. With anything that is prohibited, the lure is just all that more enticing. Shine rooms attract customers who gladly pay to experience the intoxicating effects in the form of magic-infused water.

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane – Book Review

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Imagine that you are a seven year old boy in England, and that books are your refuge from a world without any friends. Then, one day, almost like a story from the books you love, you discover that the 2 women and 1 eleven year old girl- the Hempstocks- living at the end of your lane are possessed with magical capabilities beyond your greatest imaginings; and through these powers, even forces that can destroy worlds can be beaten.

This is the premise of Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane. Despite Goodreads, other websites, and the author himself stating that this is an adult horror novel, I did not view it this same way. To me, this has the makings of a classic of children’s literature…as long as the child reading this tale does not mind a few monsters and a bit of death.

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