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Review: Zero World by Jason M. Hough

Title: Zero World

By: Jason M. Hough

Released: August 18,2015

Genre: SciFi

Rating: ♥♥♥♥ (4 out of 5)

Let me start by saying that this is possibly the best intro that I have ever read. 233 more words

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Rhye is a cyborg, a digital daughter of circuits and chips embedded in a human body wired for violence. She likes killing and she’s bloody good at it. 1,190 more words

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The Raven King -- Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Cycle #4)

How does one even begin to review the Raven King? Where does one start? At the beautiful poetry of the writing? At the utter enchantment that it casts on the reader, wrapping us in its wondrous tale? 1,289 more words

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“Sit there and count your fingers. What can you do? Old girl, you’re through.”

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New book release: The Counterfeit Captain by Henry Vogel

Publisher Rampant Loon Media has just released Henry Vogel’s newest book, The Counterfeit Captain (April 30, 2016):

Captain Nancy Martin expects a lonely death. 

Passing out as her battle-damaged starfighter bleeds the last of its air, she comes to in the cavernous and deserted docking bay of an unknown starship. 141 more words

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This book is a trip. All Good Children is set in a post-apocalyptic world where The Over–huge, mythological bird creatures–have conquered the human race. Life goes on almost as usual, except that a good percentage of children are taken by the The Over for food and reproduction. 447 more words

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