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First 5* review for “A Pocketful of Stories”

Posted in Book review with tags , , , , , , , , , on August 8, 2017 by Kate Jack

Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase

Having read and thoroughly enjoyed the Silver Flute trilogy I looked forward to reading some short fiction by the same author. I was not disappointed. Katrina Jack delivers a collection of wonderful fantasy stories that have an immediate impact on the reader. It is not easy to write engaging short stories but she has brought together a very satisfying collection of quite different tales, some lighter, some quite dark. A personal favourite was A dream of thorn and bramble, and I found Starlight, starbright very moving.
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The End.

Posted in Book review with tags , , , on December 28, 2016 by Kate Jack

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Amazon review by Dee Harrison

Magical ending to a great dystopian trilogy. Author Katrina Jack brings Jeremiah Tully’s journey to a close (sadly) but leaves the reader eager to know more. AMZN UK AMZN US

Journey of a lifetime

Posted in General with tags , , , on September 15, 2016 by Kate Jack Amzn UK Amzn US

Shooting up the charts…

Posted in General with tags , , , , on February 6, 2015 by Kate Jack

…grab a copy while you can!

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Over the past week, Land of Midnight Days, book one of The Silver Flute trilogy, Kindle edition, has shot up the sales chart. Okay it’s not at the top yet, but it’s climbed the sales rank by almost 500. So grab it while you can, at the bargain prices of £0.99 for the kindle version, and only £6.05 for the hard backed version, on amazon UK. On, the kindle version is $1.54. So not only do you get a damn good read, you get a great bargain too 😀 Land of Midnight Days UK Land of Midnight Days US Through the Gloaming Through the Gloaming US dawn horizon uk dawn horizon us


Kate Jack’s book choice, Nicola J McDonagh

Posted in New Authors section with tags , , , , on August 23, 2014 by Kate Jack

Another writer of Dystopian fantasy, Nicola J McDonagh has so many reviews, all singing the praises of her work on her amazon pages, I’m green with envy.  McDonagh’s writing is descriptive, fast paced, and ideal for young adults. The opening chapter of Echoes from the lost ones, grabs you by the throat and hauls you into the world she’s created: I felt a calloused hand grab onto my wrist and haul me into the relative light. His grip was strong, but not as much as the pong that drifted from the group of raggedy youths I was surrounded by. (Copyright Nicola J McDonagh)

The first two books follow on from each other, and the third is a collection of stories. All three are well worth reading, and as I said, the reviews support this. So drop by Nicola’s amazon pages and have a browse.


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Kate Jack’s book choice, Kate Wrath.

Posted in New Authors section with tags , , , , , , on August 20, 2014 by Kate Jack

ECoverjpgHere I am again, with my second book choice. “E”, by Kate Wrath is a must read for all fans of dystopian fantasy. From the moment I read the opening line, I was hooked!

I wake up in a box of iron. I know nothing, remember nothing.

There is one thought imprinted on my consciousness: you have been erased. (Copyright, Kate Wrath.)

And it doesn’t disapoint. From the word go, the reader is plunged into a world that is unremittingly harsh. It’s a fight for survival against starvation, slavery, and most of all, fellow human beings. Even recycling other people’s cast offs, to earn money to buy food, is fraught with danger.

Wrath’s writing style is elegant, descreptive and paints a crystal clear picture for her readers, and yet leaves them enough leeway to make their own intrepretations. To read a sample of her work, or even purchase the book, go to:*Version*=1&*entries*=0

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A review of…

Posted in New Authors section with tags , , , , , , on May 31, 2014 by Kate Jack

firelords crown…The Firelord’s Crown, by Dee Harrison.

A true epic fantasy that takes the reader on a tumultuous journey, from the conquered land of Dinith, through mountain strongholds, rivers, cities, and much more.

Dee Harrison has created a truly wonderful and three dimensional world, and the characters that inhabit it will engage the reader’s emotions to a startling degree. Travel with Prince Falath, his cousin Rollo and their companions, on a journey that fills the imagination with a plethora of images.

I took my time reading this book, simply so I could absorb the contents, like a fine glass of wine. I also didn’t want it to end, as the characters became almost real to me. I loved the heroes, hated the villains, and felt each wound inflicted. I bowed my head against the winter storms and shivered with the biting cold.

From start to finish, this book offers any fan of speculative fiction the chance to indulge their passion. A must read for anyone who appreciates a good story.

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