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Red Hats (10) The New Generation Factory

The New Generation Factory

On the second morning of their stay in the Republic of New People, the same limo and chauffeur as well as the same and the Sergeant came to pick up John and his men. 3,963 more words

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Red Hats (9) The Party

The Party

“untz…untz…untz,” John was waked up by the familiar sound of music. It was from his mobile phone. He picked up the phone and heard the voice of Rick. 1,294 more words

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The Breaking Light by Heather Hanson


This is a fun little Romeo and Juliet story. I know, fun and Romeo and Juliet story don’t really belong in the same sentence, but trust me here. 418 more words





Beth sat behind her desk, wiped the back of her neck with a lemon-scented wipe and fought the overwhelming thump of her heart against her ribs. 2,266 more words


REVIEWED: Children of the Fleet

Children of the Fleet by Orson Scott Card (Science Fiction Novel, 2017).

This, the latest novel set in the Ender’s Game universe, marks its acclaimed and veteran author’s first solo effort in the series since 2008. 450 more words

Artemis by Andy Weir (2017)

Andy Weir, author of the wildly popular novel The Martian, returns with another (unrelated) science fiction novel set in space. Artemis, a colony built on the moon, is home to approximately 2000 Artemisians who run mining operations, conduct scientific experiments, and — for the vast majority of the moon’s permanent residents — work in jobs serving the wealthy tourists from Earth. 390 more words


Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth

  • Title: Carve the Mark
  • Author: Veronica Roth
  • Genre: Young adult literature, fantasy
  • Pages:  480
  • Format: Hardback
  • Other: GoodReads, Amazon
  • Grade: F (1/5)


 In a galaxy powered by the current, everyone has a gift. 603 more words