Review – Pawn of the Phoenix (book 2 in the Memory Collector Series) by Jamie McLachlan

Love this review so much that I think everyone should see it! Great review for an awesome author, by an awesome author. Definitely worth a look if you like Speculative Science Fiction and Steampunk with a little bit romance and a whole lot of mystery and intrigue!

Kudos to Kelly for writing such a great review, and to Jamie for writing such an awesome book. Can’t wait to get my hand on it!

Kelly Cain, author

Pawn of the Phoenix
by Jamie McLachlan(Goodreads Author)

4 of 5 stars

Read from December 17 to 19, 2015

A huge perk to being published (besides all the obvious ones) is getting to know other authors you share a publisher with. In developing these relationships, and in this case, friendship, you are able to receive advanced copies of their books. Such is the case of this highly anticipated second installment of The Memory Collector Series, Pawn of the Phoenix. The book is due out in February, so at least you won’t have to wait long.

If you haven’t read the first book, Mind of the Phoenix (see my review here), what in the world are you waiting for? I mean seriously, you can get it on Amazon, Kobo, B&N, iTunes and Paperback.

The Memory Collector Series is set in the fictional city of Braxton…

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Published by C.H. Armstrong

C.H. (Cathie) Armstrong is 1992 graduate of the University of Oklahoma and is the author of THE EDGE OF NOWHERE (Penner, 2016), ROAM (Central Avenue, Feb. 5, 2019) and co-author of DÉJÀ YOU: STORIES OF SECOND CHANCES. She is represented by Tina P. Schwartz at The Purcell Agency, LLC.

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