Sunday, 29 January 2017

Regina by D M Singh



Regina: The Monster Inside

Wow, what an amazing world I have been in, while reading this book.
Witches, elves, vampires (not the twinkly type) and more, they're all there, along with an adorable plant, called Gerald... I want a plant that snores, purrs and eats biscuit crumbs!!

D.M. Singh had me hooked from the start, wove a magical tale.....
then slammed a cliff-hanger at me and left me needing book 2 now!!

I hope I don't have long to wait.









What if what you were could destroy everything and everyone you loved?

Regina thought she was an average teenager. When strange things start to happen, she discovers she belongs to a hidden world of supernatural beings and she is the most dangerous of them all.
Her existence is a death sentence to her, her survival could be a death sentence for us all.
Will those who fear her destroy her and those she loves, or is she destined to become the monster within?
Join the fight for survival.



Regina: The Darkness

Book 2 picked up where the first book left off and The Darkness was as well-written, and just as hard to put down as The Monster Inside.

Regina and her friends were back. The witches, elves, and vampires were back. The quest to save Jay from the Darkness began.

I journeyed with Regina, (and enjoyed every minute of it,) as she struggled with her inner demons and those who wanted to either destroy her or use her for their own ends.

The unexpected twist at the end, once again, leaves me wanting to read the next book now!






The world is on the edge of a secret war!

A battle rages between those who fight on the side of right and those who crave the darkness. Without their saviour (Regina), the resistance is in tatters. Regina has no idea if she can save Jay from the Darkness, but she has to try. Now she must battle the unknown demons of this place as well as the ones within. The future is uncertain, but Regina knows she must stop Helena before she destroys more lives. She will pay for what she has done!
She has crossed a line for the ones that she loves and this time there may be no way back.




The Author:

Dawn Singh always found comfort in books as a child and from a young age and could be found reading or writing. Her first attempt at fiction was at 10 years old and was entitled Hippo In The House. Dawn wrote and illustrated the book about a little girl, who returns from home to find a Hippo in her bath tub and the trouble they get into trying to return the Hippo to the zoo .

This was a turning point as Dawn decided that from that moment on the only thing she wanted to do was write, she also decided that she would never be an illustrator as her drawing skills were somewhat lacking to say the least.

Fast forward a few years after school and Dawn married, had three children and completed a degree in counselling and psychology. She returned to writing in 2005 when she had an overwhelming flood of ideas for several stories and began writing immediately at every opportunity.

Dawn’s first book is the first of a trilogy she is currently still completing, as well as other books she is currently working on. Dawn is heavily influenced by YA novels, Sci-fi and fantasy, being a huge fan of the genres.

Dawn currently resides with her husband, two daughters, son and cat Mario in Bradford, west Yorkshire in the UK.




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