Reblogged Awesomeness: Book Review: The Fruithandler Time Engine

So, it should be obvious at this point that even if I’m not writing reviews myself, I love sharing good reviews of other books. In fact, I think I’m going to make it a thing. I do my reviews on a schedule (M/W/F) with short-story reviews popping up wherever I feel like putting them.

I think on my alternate days, I’ll be passing along good book reviews that I’ve came across. They may not be in the genres I like, but if they look like something other people might enjoy, I’ll put them up.

This review is courtesy of The Hungry Monster Review. (Just click on the image to be taken to the original review.)

I REALLY want to read this book!

Source: The Fruithandler Time Engine

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2 Responses to Reblogged Awesomeness: Book Review: The Fruithandler Time Engine

  1. trishaj says:

    I have to say thanks for the reblog. I followed through, read the review, and bought the book. Definitely continue to share reviews. It keeps my TBR pile healthy, happy, and growing. 😉

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