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Robots and Zombies!

Frost by M.P. Kozlowsky

Summary from Goodreads:

Being human is her greatest strength.
Sixteen-year-old Frost understands why she’s spent her entire life in an abandoned apartment building.
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Book Review: Andre Norton's The Stars Are Ours!

Any book with an exclamation point in the title instantly earns points with me.

Anyway, about a month ago, a copy of The Stars Are Ours!  888 more words

Daylight's End (2016)

In April last year, I reviewed “One In The Chamber”, a fun thriller starring Cuba Gooding Jr and Dolph Lundgren, and said director William Kaufman was one to look out for. 1,049 more words

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The Rages - Spoiler Now Available

The Earth Rages. Humanity is hunted.

In the New Age of Discovery, society has cured its ills, and lost its soul. There is no disease, poverty, religion or war. 257 more words

Aftermath - apocalyptic short film!

In a new, predatory ice age, two brothers search for a place to call home.

This is a pretty gritty and down to earth short film written and directed by  164 more words

A Find Me #4 Snippet

The room smelled faintly of dirty cloth diapers and spit up, but he’d gone nose-blind to the odor weeks ago. As he stared up at the varnished ceiling beams, Jacks listened to the baby sleep.

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Station Eleven (Emily St.John Mandel)- Book review

Station Eleven, by Emily St. John Mandel, is a novel revolving around an apocalyptic flu epidemic and follows a series of interconnecting characters. These characters are all connected by a famous Hollywood star, Arthur Leander, who dies of a heart attack during a stage production of King Lear in Toronto immediately before the flu outbreak starts. 830 more words

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