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Chronosexual #1: Empire's Arrow by Chary Lambsden

In the Survivors’ Future, the Farchitects of Alluvium protect and preserve the last, dying city, Alluvium, last bastion of humanity. Theirs is a collective, harsh existence. 156 more words


November 29th

Regrets are nothing new, I suppose. Most everybody has them at one point or another. The thing with mine is that they never seem to heal with time. 359 more words

Ruby Red by Kerstin Gier

Though a time traveling gene runs in Gwen’s family, everyone believes it has been passed to Gwen’s cousin, Charlotte. Charlotte is trained in the secrets of the Montrose family, learning the art of time travel survival and prepped for the mission she must help complete. 169 more words

Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

Kate Atkinson’s Life After Life is one of those books that messes you up for a little while. Not because it’s gory or mean, unless you consider occupying your head for a few days mean. 785 more words


Doctor Who, at first glance.- Season one review

I am new to the whole, WHovian way of things. I recently started Doctor Who. Doctor Who is somewhat of a phenomenon. Who watchers are some of the most adamant and die hard fans of anything, show or anything like it, I have seen. 297 more words

The Devil’s Arithmetic by Jane Yolen

The story is centered on twelve-year-old Hannah living in the Bronx, who is tired of hearing about her Jewish heritage, stating “It’s all in the past, there aren’t any concentration camps now. 222 more words


Edward Crichton, The Last Roman

Title: The Last Roman

Author: Edward Crichton

Series: Praetorian Series ; book 1

Publication Information: c2012

Library of Congress Subject Headings:
Soldiers–United States–Fiction
Time travel–Fiction… 1,329 more words

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