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review 2017-08-16 11:40
Reanimated by Tigbit
Reanimated - Tigbit

A highly original, entertaining fanfic from Tigbit. After his accidental death Jared progresses to heaven where he passes time creating real estate. When all the sugary goodness of heaven starts to pall, he is given a new job investigating death trials lawyer Jensen in hell. Full of humour and pathos, shades of 'Alice in Wonderland.'
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'He tries not to think of his family too much. He knows what they’re up to, who’s doing what, and it’s a welcome kind of ache; his mailbox is always overflowing with updates, courtesy of some bizarre heavenly watch program.'

Source: archiveofourown.org/works/151617
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review 2017-08-12 16:41
The Course of Honour by Avoliot
The Course of Honour - Avoliot

An excellent original work from Avoliot on AO3, could not put this one down. Prince Kiem is hurried into a marriage with Count Jainan to preserve the treaty between their two planets. Keim puts Jainan's subdued manner down to the fact that he is still in mourning for his partner Prince Taam who recently died in a flybug accident.

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Art by AmandaTolleson (my Jainan)

Source: archiveofourown.org/works/9720611?view_full_work=true
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review 2017-08-09 12:56
A Cautionary Tale by Lazy_daze
A Cautionary Tale - Lazy_daze A Cautionary Tale - Lazy_daze
Poor Jensen accidently texts Jared's mom, snicker :)
Source: lazy-daze.livejournal.com/727300.html
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review 2017-07-30 21:36
Book Review of Josh Anvil and the Indomitable Power (Josh Anvil #4) by Bruce Arrington
Josh Anvil and the Indomitable Power - Kallie Ennever,John Albers,Bruce E. Arrington

The aliens were right: Josh can’t contain his powers. Not anymore, with his subconscious making monsters he doesn’t control. As Earth’s future looks darker with a catastrophic invasion just around the corner, Josh’s world is torn in two. Weaved in YA fantasy with elements of action and comedy, this fourth book in the Josh Anvil series captures the trials of a high school freshman with powerful abilities at his command.

 

Review 4*

 

This is the fourth book in the Josh Anvil Series. I loved it!

 

Josh Anvil is a fantastic character. I liked him very much from the very first book. He is a smart and curious fourteen (almost fifteen) year old. Unfortunately, he doesn't see himself the same way. He has low self-esteem, which is caused by his dyslexia and being bullied at school. However, he is an excellent story teller and basketball player, has a vivid imagination and incredible powers thanks to the aliens that saved him after an accident in the swamp where he lives. (Read book 1 to find out how that happened).

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author with no expectation of a positive review.

 

The story continues from the end of the third book and sees Josh dealing with the aftermath of the battle with the clones, as well as still struggling to deal with the power given to him and this manifests in a most unusual way. He finds himself having to fight against his own fears which, because of his ability to imagine things into being, begin to eat away at his sanity and confidence and takes on a life of its own. However, that's not the only challenge he faces. He still has to stop the aliens from destroying the earth. Not an easy task by any means.

 

This story is just as fast paced and exciting as the first three books. There are several twists and turns, and a few surprises that kept me hooked from beginning to end. Josh has grown as a character throughout this series. As well as gaining confidence in himself and his abilities, he has begun to believe in himself too. I have enjoyed watching him gain this confidence and it made me feel proud of him. I also liked meeting his friends Troy, Kodi, Lonnie, Libby, Jana, Axel, Sadie and Marty (the latter seven being humanoid aliens he and Troy had befriended in book 2) again. They each have their own personality, which makes them come alive in the story. We also meet Josh's new girlfriend, Lisa, and get to know the FBI agents chasing Josh a little better.

 

There is action, adventure and danger aplenty in this story and I found myself sitting on the edge of my seat during some scenes. This book took me on a roller coaster ride of emotion and when I reached the end of the story I felt sad, but this was only because I wanted to keep reading! The story does end in a small cliffhanger, although the story arc seems to be reaching its climax, so I am now looking forward to reading the next book in the series as soon as possible.

 

Bruce Arrington has written an exciting fantasy adventure. I love his fast paced writing style and the flow is wonderful. I would definitely read more of his books in the future.

 

I highly recommend this book to young readers aged 10-18, but I also recommend this book to adults who love to read YA fantasy books filled with action, adventure, danger and aliens. - Lynn Worton

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review 2017-07-29 14:02
Saving Jensen Verse by whiskygalore
Saving Jensen Verse - whiskygalore

A humourous fanfic in two parts from whiskygalore. College boy Jensen is rescued by Jared and his fellow werewolves after being abducted by stupid frat boys conducting a black magic ritual.

Source: archiveofourown.org/series/368957
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