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Review Tales Magazine
Summer Edition

A Note from the Editor

Summer is here, and I find myself delighted with the third issue. Look at what we have accomplished since 2016! The dedication, hard work, and determination have paid off in a very rewarding way. The articles, confessions, and reviews have been outstanding.

The third issue of Review Tales Magazine presents discussions like ‘Writing out of anger,’ ‘Becoming the author of your life’ and ‘Writing for personal satisfaction.’ These are topics that I know will be helpful for many authors.

For those who have worked hard to tell their stories, those who have stayed up for hours on end re-reading and re-writing their manuscripts, and those who have simply looked at their work and felt lost, I want to say, dream big and be persistent.

Thank you for supporting Review Tales, and I hope you enjoy the summer edition as much as I do.

Founder & Editor-in-chief

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SAS: Babcock’s Revenge (An SAS SOE Special Forces Series Book 1) by Whiskey-Jack Peters (Book Review #1288)

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SAS: Babcock’s Revenge is an action and adventure story filled with thrill and military fiction. It is set in 1942 and begins with Corporal Carl Babcock escaping from imprisonment. He is alone and has to survive all that he faces avoiding being recaptured by the Japanese forces.

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The Prophecy of Achilles by H M Roberts (Book Review #1287)

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The Prophecy of Achilles is a poetic retelling of the myth of Achilles. It all begins with Peles begins having doubts over his offspring repeatedly dying shortly after birth. Unknown to him, Thetis Achilles’ mother sacrifices them in the fire to make them immortal. Upon realization, he saves the last child from dying, and that’s how Achilles grows up under the care of his father.

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Death at Dusbar College by  Laura DiNovis Berry (Book Review #1286)

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Death at Dusbar College is a fantasy magical story about Cristiano and how he has to solve the Grand Magician’s riddle at the magical Dusbar College. The story is filled with mystery, and the world-building is described well. The characters and their personalities mesh well together. The author keeps you guessing and wondering throughout the storyline.

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Ékleipsis: the Abyss (Book Review #1285)

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Ékleipsis: the Abyss is the second short story collection filled with suspense, horror, and fiction. Since I had read book one, I was expecting the same quality of writing and penmanship. The author definitely did not disappoint.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

The premise of the stories was all magnified with much suspense and thrill. The author manages to inspire the imagination with every scene. The storytelling is descriptive and enjoyable to read.

If you are not an avid reader, you will enjoy this book because you can read it in several sittings.

What is particularly like in this style of literature is how the characters were developed into becoming something more. It is apparent that the author house found his niche, and rightfully so. I look forward to reading more from his selection of stories and recommend this book to those who are horror fans.

Written by Jeyran Main

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The Rescue by Sher J. Stultz (Book Review #1284)

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The Rescue is book one of the Timestream Travelers Chronicles. The story is set in West Seattle, Aeneas Entwistle and begins with Aeneas, a 14-year-old boy who discovers that he has the ability to time travel. It is the year 2015, and Aeneas gets to meet his daughter in the year 2053.

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And Time Stopped by Kristen L Jackson (Book Review #1283)

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And time stopped is a young adult story filled with many swords, sorcery, and fantasy material. This is a book in a series, and I would recommend you start reading the series from the beginning. Even though the prologue covers pretty much what you have missed, I still feel that you would enjoy the book even more if you had the full set.

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Reach by Nate Thurgood (Book Review #1282)

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Reach is a non-fiction book helping the reader in finding their core and attainment their potential. With a framework at hand, the author introduces a strategic way to aspire and harmonise the growth within you.

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Howl of the Ice by Christian Raymond (Book Review #1281)

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Howl of the ice is a teen and young adult fantasy story. The story begins by letting you know how Falc dislikes frozen lakes and ice but is willing to go with Grandpa to a seasonal ice fishing shanty town atop Lake Blackbird.

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