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Behind the Chimera

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Behind the Chimera by Tiffany Reyes

(Excerpt from Goodreads) When Ian Crowell’s best friends are torn apart right before his eyes and he narrowly escapes the killer, he can’t imagine life could get much worse. That is, until the doctor tending to him starts acting strange and Ian knows the safest thing to do is get away. But while on the run, he discovers his pursuer may be a little less than human. Cornered in a library, Ian stumbles on a dusky passage in the wall behind a statue.

He thinks it’s an air shaft–a way out! In fact, it’s the way in…

This story is about a young man who gets sucked into another world, as ancient as it is technologically advanced. His goal is simple: find the one who can show him the way home. But Ian is unaware that a dark entity was awaiting his arrival and is intent on destroying him. It isn’t his fate. It isn’t his destiny. He was a regular person in the wrong place at the worst time.

Here is his struggle for survival on a grim planet charged with bizarre phenomena.

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My Review

5 stars

Ian Crowell is out when things take a turn for the worst. When he is being treated he gets the feeling that something is wrong and goes on the run. While he is hiding, he stumbles into a portal to another world. Now Ian is on the adventure of a life-time as he tries to find a way back home.

I love reading new authors, you never know what you are going to get. Behind the Chimera is one of those books. Ian goes on so many twists and turns trying to find his way home. There are touches of science fiction, thriller, horror, and many others. There is no resting just the constant struggle forward to try and get home.

There are so many things going on in this book but I couldn’t help wanting more. I can wait to read other books from Tiffany Reyes.

To purchase Behind the Chimera, or for more information, make sure to check out Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Goodreads, and Tiffany Reyes’ website.

I received Behind the Chimera for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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The Artwork of Guy Erma

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The Artwork of Guy Erma by Sally Ann Melia

(Excerpt from Amazon) Guy Erma and the Son of Empire is a new SciFi series which has had 60,000 downloads in its first 3 months. 

These are all original SF drawings that illustrate and imagine the new worlds described in Guy Erma and the Son of Empire

This book collects together a host of images and artwork created by a variety of artists which illustrate and bring to life this amazing adventure.

These pictures, I hope, will add to your enjoyment of the series, and help you visualise the story very much as I see it.

In the words of lead artist Boban: What you can’t see does not exist.

Enjoy Guy Erma!

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My Review

5 stars

I really enjoyed the Guy Erma series and when I was asked to review The Artwork of Guy Erma I jumped at the offer. The Guy Erma series is a great story with a couple pictures in it that enhances the story. But this book is the icing on top of the Guy Erma series.

You will see several pictures that make the story come to life. I loved seeing how the different items, people, and locations looked like to the author. It’s ironic that some of it matched what I thought of when reading and other pictures were completely off from my idea but they were so much better.

Then there are quotes from the book series and little notes about the different things that you will come across reading. They just added to my enjoyment of this series. With this artwork in mind I will be rereading the Guy Erma series. I think it will make it even better than the first read.

If you liked the Guy Erma series make sure to get this book. You will love it. If you haven’t read the Guy Erma series go get a copy of The Artwork of Guy Erma and the series. It will soon be one of your favorites.

To purchase The Artwork of Guy Erma, or for more information make sure to check out Amazon, Goodreads, and Sally Ann Melia’s website.

I received The Artwork of Guy Erma for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.

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