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The Tripods - TV Series

I’ll get around to reviewing the last book in John Christopher’s The Tripods Trilogy (as well as probably the prequel), but at this point I might as well mention that there was indeed a British TV series based on the books.  320 more words

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Merrow Review

Title: Merrow (Secrets of Carrick)
Author: Ananda Braxton-Smith
Publication date: November 8th 2016 (Originally printed January 1st 2010)
Publisher: Candlewick Press (Originally printed by Black Dog Books) 490 more words

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Android O hidden features: The big and small changes for regular users

There’s more to Android O than the big new developer features Google’s talking about publicly.

Any new Android release is a big deal. And new developer preview build, as landed recently for… 1,832 more words

High School

This restaurant is located in the port area, the night was chilly so we avoided the restaurants facing the water, in warmer weather that is where you probably want to be. 251 more words

Hunted by Meagan Spooner

“She wept because she did not know what she wanted, and because she wanted everything.”

Beauty knows the Beast’s forest in her bones—and in her blood.

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Thunderbirds - 31. Ricochet

Directed by Brian Burgess

Teleplay by Tony Barwick

First Broadcast – 6th November 1966

In the mid-1960’s, the UK was gripped by the Radio Caroline phenomenon, a pirate radio station broadcasting from a ship off the English coast without a government license.  6,343 more words

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Sekhmet Reviews - Brujagh

A sci-fi comic! Time to get drunk, then! Let me tell you about Brujagh by Parker Hamblin.

Drunk review

Remember I only read up to 100 pages for each review? 344 more words

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