Dec 08, 2016
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Simon J. Cambridge on an unspoken history: one that is implied but never fully realized

“Servant of Fire” is the first book in a series of three, covering the time of its hero, Korfax, upon the world of his birth, Uriel.

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THREE YOUR LIFE

David Sanders

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IF OUR WORLD WAS WHITE

J. J. Markatt

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Kari Aguila on what would happen if women ruled the world

RUN Ragged is a timely and terrifying story of what can go wrong when one group has power over another.


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IR Book Review  |  December 5, 2016

SEEKERS: Finding Our Way Home by Paul Dunion, EdD

3.0

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Paul Dunion EdD offers advice to spiritual seekers on how to continue their quest for a deeper and better self throughout their lives.


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IR Book Review  |  December 5, 2016

MONARCHS invites you into a world of glamor and intrigue by Alex Chu

3.0

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IR Book Review  |  November 30, 2016

LESSONS LEARNED, stories about the life of a likeable and admirable man by Brian Scott Sherman

4.0

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Hungry For Touch is an intimate detailing of a woman’s therapeutic journey to overcome her fear of men.


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IR Book Review  |  November 30, 2016

MADAME BEY’S: HOME TO BOXING LEGENDS by Gene Pantalone

3.9

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IR Book Review  |  November 28, 2016

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3.5

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