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Defects (The Reverians Book 1) – by Sarah Noffke – Review

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The book is quite a page turner . Em is a character with a unique gift, but she also lacks a certain power, and the story is all about how she acquires that power. Right from the first sentence, you know that you are in for a very tense, thrilling...

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Oscar, Part One (Going Underground) – by L.n Denison – Review

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Mainly for those interested in Oscar of Underground novel Although it starts out as a pseudo-history book ("David and Janna were regarded as political activists, disseminating their conspiracy theories on why the war between England and...

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Going Underground: Independent Minds – by L.n Denison – Review

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This is a nice book, at times typical and at other times, quite unconventional. The one thing I loved about this novel is its level of humor: certainly not slapstick, and yet capable of leaving you in splits. I couldn't help but chuckle at...

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Darkness from Beyond (Nocturnia Book 1) – by Stefano Lanciotti – Review

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A fantastic book. I have not read the original Italian but after reading this fantastic translation I want to learn the language real bad! The opening scene gives you an eerie feeling, a premonition of what is about to come, something rarely seen in...

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Silver City – by Louise Lake – Review

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This is a dystopian novel where the world order is at stake thanks to being hit by a sex virus. The book starts on an existential note, from a robot's point of view: "I have never wondered about my existence. Why I am here or what I was meant...

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Meritropolis – by Joel Ohman – Review

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This was an awesome read for me. Joel Ohman is some kind of a genius if you ask me. I have read a lot of dystopia books but most of them bored me to death. Not this one though. The action scenes have vivid imagery which is helpful for someone like...

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Her Gentle Sword – by Alan Stroe – Review

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This is an awesome ebook. The theme has novelty and the style is quite humorous. The beginning does start with a cliché (women looking for men as soul mates) but from there on the story takes on an originality of its own. I was reminded of some...