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Jen Minkman
Jen Minkman (1978) was born in the Netherlands and lived in Austria, Belgium and the UK during her studies. She learned how to read at the age of three and has never stopped reading since. Her favourite books to read are (YA) paranormal/fantasy, sci-fi, dystopian and romance, and this is... show more

Jen Minkman (1978) was born in the Netherlands and lived in Austria, Belgium and the UK during her studies. She learned how to read at the age of three and has never stopped reading since. Her favourite books to read are (YA) paranormal/fantasy, sci-fi, dystopian and romance, and this is reflected in the stories she writes. In her home country, she is a trade-published author of paranormal romance and chicklit. Across the border, she is a self-published author of poetry, paranormal romance and dystopian fiction. So far, her books are available in English, Dutch, Chinese, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Afrikaans.She currently resides in The Hague where she works and lives with her husband and two noisy zebra finches.
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The Avid Reader
The Avid Reader rated it 2 years ago
Sarah, Jinn and Kian have finally reached the island; and Jinn is happily reunited with his father. But their happiness is short lived when they learn that they were set up and was followed by the president. They take all the people and go hide out in caves but with their food and supplies running l...
The Avid Reader
The Avid Reader rated it 2 years ago
Sarah’s father committed a violent crime and instead of being punished he was purged and now Sarah and her little brother Tim are being punished for their father’s sins. They have been red stamped, their passports care a red stamp upon them but there might as well be a red stamp on their heads right...
Ebook Addicts UK
Ebook Addicts UK rated it 2 years ago
The island This was a strange read, and it had a lot of star wars references - I didn't realise it was a fan fic? I am not a lover of star wars to begin with, and think this could have been a much better story without the references to it, the fact they call their book that is kinda like the bible -...
Angel Leya
Angel Leya rated it 2 years ago
I have to say, this was not what I expected when I picked up the book, and even my first impression did not quite prepare me for the book.Hannah is back at her parents' log cabin for her summer break from teaching, and her and her brother Ben have the place all to themselves. But her time off is any...
Laine The Librarian
Laine The Librarian rated it 2 years ago
It used to be that when you turn 18 you are able to leave your house and home and are called adult.Now the Great Book states that when you turn 10, you are considered as an adult and can fend for itself.At least that's how Leia and Luc was raised to believe. And now living on an Island, learning to ...
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