The Fifth Watcher Book Review


At the moment of Audrey Montgomery’s birth a new world came into existence. It is a barren place, a catalyst for the darkness spreading through the multidimensional system. The shift in power makes Audrey an invaluable pawn in a war between those who want to protect her and those who will go to extraordinary lengths to eliminate her.

As a result, she has spent her life on the run, unaware of her true origins. When her father dies and leaves her with a shocking legacy, her life is irrevocably changed. If she has any hope of surviving, Audrey must embrace her new reality and trust a man who is as dark and uncertain as the future itself.

Lieutenant Keith Delany, an Interdimensional Officer of the Law (IDOL), is tasked with bringing her in. It is an assignment his entire team is invested in, having spent years searching for her. As a senior member of the squad, Keith is charged with protecting her, with showing her the truth about her past, and with preparing her for an unknown future. As an IDOL he is responsible for every life, for every traveller who navigates the system. But his connection to Audrey is unprecedented, and he soon discovers she alone holds the power to prevent the continuum’s collapse.


I loved the whole sci-fi feel of the book. The different powers in the book which depend on where you live was ingenious. The start of the book was very good and I enjoyed the perspective of different worlds. The only thing I would say was I got very confused. The POV swapping and world travelling made me wonder what the actual goal was. The same person in different realities was a good idea but I got a bit confused who was who. Perhaps include a character guide at the start or end of the book with a piece of information about who a character is. Though this could be just me as I avoid high fantasy for the same reason. Lots of characters with complicated names really confuse me. I still liked the book and if you like high fantasy or hard-core sci-fi then this book is for you.

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After Computer Glitches We Finally Have Our Winners


Yay! I got 2nd place in one of Dragon Knight Chronicles’ writing contests. My short story, Challenging a Demon: Idiot Number 73,854 is about a foolish human challenging a High Archdemon.

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Greeting Readers and bloggers,

As you have come to probably notice we are running a bit behind on our contest announcement do to technical difficulties to our email account. It came to our notice that a few entries weren’t received by our email like they were suppose too. This has come to our knowledge just a few days ago. So out of respect to those that entered but weren’t received we decided to make an exception to our deadline rule.

Our Winners Are:

1st Place:

Helen Screaming

by: Wilson F. Engel, III

2nd Place:

Challenging a Demon: Idiot Number 73, 854

by: Louise Findlay

We are sorry for the inconvenience to everyone that have been waiting for this announcement. I have a few words to explain our choices and why we only made the choices we did. There were several entries that were semi good but know where near up…

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Angelic Confessions Book Review


In a world where the Father created all I was born…an angel. A new breed I was meant to overthrow the children of heaven. To prevent this I was taken, and raised as Father’s own. My memories wiped, the dark beast inside me caged. Memories never stay buried though…


It starts off very well with the main character, Aye’s past. I liked the background to the sort of demonic side. It then quickly switches to Aye being raised by Father and taught by angels. They shower her with gifts and affection to try and contain her subconscious murderous intent. She struggles against the restraints of Father and what she is not allowed to do that other angels can. She gradually falls in love with Pio, one of her guardians. I loved the start which set the scene but I did grow bored through the (what I felt was) the predictable middle. Good read though.

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Shadow Stalker: Shadows’ Betrayal Episode 3 Book Review

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The Council of Elders on the Dark Isle, the home of the shadow stalkers, have refused to allow their people to help the Coalition in the war against the Galvadi Empire. Now the Coalition is in danger of falling to their enemy. If this happens, the shadow stalkers will have no ally against the empire.


After seeing Kado’s vision and learning what she will become, Auren is terrified of leaving the Dark Isle. It seems the Council of Elders may be plotting against her, despite her willingness to remain on the island.


To escape the tensions being placed on them by the council, Kado and Auren leave their village to explore the Dark Isle, but there are worse things lurking in the islands forests than the power hungry council.



I love this episode. I like how Auren gradually understands Kado and his motives. It’s also good when Auren presents intelligent ideas like when she says about the shadow people already thinking of Kado as the Foramar. Her interactions with Cathnor give much loved backstory to Kado. This segment has much more information about what will happen in the future via prophecies which is very shamanic. The one thing I’m would criticize though is how Kado is more loving and less harsh towards Auren. I understand it will be like that as the series progresses but I feel it may be too much too soon.


To round off, another great episode. Looking forward to reviewing episode 4.


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The Dagger of Adendigaeth Book Contest

Melissa McPhail (author of The Dagger of Adendigaeth ) is running a book contest where you can win two $50 Amazon gift cards and an autographed copy of her book. Read on to find out how.

At long last, the reason for the blessed Adept race’s decline has been discovered: powerful beings known as Malorin’athgul are disrupting the Balance and preventing Alorin’s Adepts from awakening to their gifts. Who are they? Where are they? And how can they be stopped when they wield a power meant to unmake the universe itself? 

In T’khendar…Prince Ean val Lorian has forsaken his companions in blood and battle to join the traitorous Fifth Vestal in T’khendar in the hopes of gaining some insight into the tragedies that plagued his Return. Now he must confront the man he’s long thought of as his enemy and discover the role he is meant to play in the First Lord’s darkly magnificent game.

The Vestal Raine D’Lacourte has followed his traitorous oath-brother Björn through six kingdoms and into the distant realm of T’khendar seeking explanation and atonement. But the condemned realm harbors shocking secrets, and Raine soon realizes he’s facing his greatest enemy yet—not in Björn, but in the truth.

Elsewhere in Alorin…the young truthreader, Tanis, faces a new villain in the fiery-eyed man he followed from the café in Rethynnea; the soldier Trell struggles to reconcile his growing feelings for the girl he rescued from the river against the guilt of his unknown past; and in Tambarré, another truthreader named Kjieran van Stone treads the incense-filled hallways of the Prophet Bethamin’s temple hoping to uncover a plot of treachery and betrayal before the Prophet demands his soul.

The time has come for each player to claim his role in the First Lord’s masterful game. All will be tested, but only time will tell how many can survive the dagger of Adendigaeth.

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The British Assassin 1-4 Ziva’s Confrontation

Ziva David

Another chapter of The British Assassin has been uploaded. Say hello to 1-4 Ziva’s Confrontation.

(In Ziva’s viewpoint) Ziva’s best friend Frochen comes face to face with the NCIS team we all know and love. What will happen? Is Tony’s flirting his downfall? Does someone act violently and is there more than one bullet fired?

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A Torchwood Welcome 1-2 The Doctor

River Shooting Silence

There is a new chapter of A Torchwood Welcome, a Doctor Who + Torchwood Crossover fanfic.

River’s in the med bay after she’s been shot by her supposed friend, Captain Jack Harkness. The Doctor is vowing revenge but will River stop him before he goes to far or let him go ahead?

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