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A Torch against the Night by Sabaa Tahir

My Rating: 2/5 stars

“So long as you fight the darkness, you stand in the light.”

So I should start this off by saying that those who were enthralled with An Ember in the Ashes will probably enjoy this sequel.

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Poena Damni Z213: Exit by Dimitris Lyacos Gets Worthy Translation from Shorsha Sullivan

The most challenging part about being a brilliant writer in a foreign country is that it can often take years for one’s work to at last be acknowledged on an international level as a result of waiting for a just and accurate English translation. 748 more words

The Opiate

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FEBRUARY 2017. CAMP 4.5.2. 

They were sinister kicking boots from the kicker and her ribs hurt like hell. Shaking from exhaustion, her wrists dribbled lines of blood where the restraints cut in; her knotted hair clung against her damp face as she checked his departure from beneath her limp fringe. 1,023 more words

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The Latest in Science Fiction and Fantasy

Just in time to surf the wake of the latest Star Wars film comes GALACTIC EMPIRES (Night Shade, paper, $17.99), a collection of compact space epics anthologized by Neil Clarke and written by some of the biggest stars and up-and-comers in the genre. 1,289 more words

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Top Ten Tuesday: Banned Books

Hey everyone, happy Tuesday!

As always, Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted over at The Broke and The Bookish, and this weeks theme is a freebie so I’ve decided to go with ten books you might not have realised were banned! 617 more words

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The Eyes of the Dragon - Review

The Eyes of the Dragon by Stephen King Published in 1987 Pages: 326 Genre: Fantasy

“Once in a kingdom called Delain, there was a King with two sons.” 992 more words

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The Diabolic Book Review

The Diabolic by S.J. Kincaid

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Designed to protect…. Destined to destroy…

Meet Nemesis.

A Diabolic. Built for mankind, and then one by one hunted and destroyed by mankind – all but a few to save and protect their precious lives for themselves. 312 more words

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