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REVIEW: Proxy, Alex London

TITLE: Proxy

AUTHOR: Alex London

GENRE: Young Adult, Sci-Fi

TAG LINE: Some debts cannot be repaid.

RATING: 4 Stars

SUMMARY: Knox was born into one of the City’s wealthiest families. 859 more words


The Sniper And Mr. Smithson

You weren’t supposed to talk about the sniper.

Mr. James Smithson took a bite of his standard-sized flatbread.  It was comfortably bland, like the weather on this day, 8:54AM Mar 8 Year 71.  1,625 more words

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A thank-you to Mr. Leonard Nimoy

I was sad to hear on Friday that Leonard Nimoy had died. I remember discovering Star Trek (the original series) in Grade 7 while channel surfing one day after school. 267 more words

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The Omicron Matter - Knowledge Discovered - Millicent Explains Omicron Devices

A New Entry in the Omicron Matter – Knowledge Discovered. Having explained some of the physics involved, Millicent explains what she believes the McNeills actually did. 1,888 more words


Short and Sublime: February 2015 Round-Up

February’s shorts include emotionally resonant stories about family and friendship and trippy genre-benders.

“The Language of Knives” by Haralambi Markov (Tor.com) is a secondary world fantasy in which the main character has given up the life of a warrior and chosen to prepare the dead; when he must perform this task for his husband, he mourns not only his lover but also substantially lesser status in the eyes of his daughter. 396 more words

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Mini-Review Monday: Transformer: Dark of the Moon

Release: June 23, 2011

Story: After saving the world in the last movie, Sam Witwicky (played by Shia LeBeouf on crack) is awarded a medal by the President. 667 more words


Review: Saga - Chapter 1

I don’t read graphic novels, at least not in the conventional way. I’ve been reading webcomics for years, but when someone finally collects their beautiful stories into an actual book, I suddenly become totally uninterested in checking it out. 273 more words