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Cover Reveal for The Apocalypse Witch Trilogy

Is it time?! I think it is! Check out this beautiful Apocalypse Witch cover, designed by the ever-so-talented and extraordinary cover artist Jennifer Pack at… 99 more words

G.S. Wright

Is There a Way Out of Here?

Teddy Peterson is an Underling. He lives under the Uppercity with his adopted family working as a scrounger. They dig through the tunnels that caved in as a result of the meteor strikes to Earth several generations before in search of goods to sell. 121 more words

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MaddAddam by Margaret Atwood

3/5 stars.
ebook, 416 pages.
Read from January 21 to 30, 2016.

This book was a fitting ending to a trilogy that unintentionally took me a  few years to finish.This is because I didn’t even know this was meant to be a trilogy when I picked up… 480 more words

3 Star

REVIEW: Lights Out in the Reptile House by Jim Shepard

Genre: Literary, Dystopian, Coming of Age
Publisher: Open Road Media
Publication Date:
December 22, 2015 (Original: 1990)
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In an unspecified country that combines elements of Chile under its military regime, South Africa under apartheid, and Italy under fascism, fifteen-year-old Karel Roeder asks only to be left alone to learn from Albert, his mentor at the zoo’s reptile house, and to devote himself to his girlfriend, Leda. 867 more words

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New World Rising - Review

New World Rising by Jennifer Wilson


Since witnessing her parents’ murders at the age of eleven, Phoenix’s only purpose in life has been to uphold her mother’s dying words- to be strong and survive. 708 more words


Desertera Book Club: The World of Desertera

In this “chapter” of the Desertera Book Club, I recap the theology of Desertera’s creation and provide as much of an answer as I can to a question many readers have raised (and which my friend and fellow author, Jonas Lee, asked after watching the previous Desertera Book Club video)… 82 more words


Francesca Haig's The Map of Bones 

If you are a fan of post apocalyptic YA, you should give Francesca Haig’s The Fire Sermon series a try.  If you are hesitant because of the twin thing, just know that it is a lot less bizarre and a lot more believable than the premise makes it sound.   469 more words

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