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Robocop: Dead or Alive, vol. 2

Summary: No win comes without a cost. RoboCop, now a lone officer in the field, faces a calamity of ED-209 attacks plaguing his city. As he works the streets, newly promoted Detective Anne Lewis will work outside her jurisdiction to bring Killian’s corruption to an end. 969 more words


New Megiddo Rising: An ‘Apostates’ Novella by @lars_teeney #bookreview #TuesdayBookBlog

Title: New Megiddo Rising: An ‘Apostates’ Novella

Author: Lars Teeney

Genre: Dystopian, Science Fiction

Book Blurb:

At the Dawn of the Texas Republic declaring independence from Mexico, New Megiddo was born. 493 more words

The Man in the High Castle Guest Review

Welcome to another edition of Kai’s Husband Reads a Book Then Gives Her a Review on it for Her Blog!! Today we have his review of The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. 1,422 more words


Godzilla 2014

I just watched the new Godzilla movie. A few words that come to mind are: disappointed, boring, confusing, convoluted. I’ll explain later below.

I really liked Godzilla. 433 more words

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THE OPERATOR, by Kim Harrison is now in bookstores everywhere.

There are some authors who deserve to be in bookstores. Kim Harrison is definitely one. Her books should be proudly displayed in glass windows along with stacks of hardcover volumes — with life-size images of the smiling author. 714 more words

Sci Fi - Fantasy - Time Travel

An Eon-old, Icy Tomb

A mysterious spacecraft is discovered partially buried on the surface of Pluto in “An Eon-old, Icy Tomb” – my most recent science fiction piece to be published. 120 more words


Terminated by Rachel Caine

Already addicted to the pharmaceutical drug that keeps her body from decomposing, Bryn has to stop a secretive group of rich and powerful investors from eliminating the existing Returné addicts altogether.

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