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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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Pi Day Doomsday – by JOHN PAUL CATER – Review

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The author has, without a doubt done his homework, for it shows in the book. The mad scientist villain is not your ordinary, regular stock villain character; he is no caricature. He certainly comes with multiple shades, plus a sardonic sense of...

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Gravitas: Valkyrie in the Forbidden Zone – by Lynne Murray – Review

Fun-filled and enjoyable book for a Sunday afternoon read Apart from a very unique plot structured around a distinctive and unconventional matriarchal system we earthlings may not even witness in the near future, the novel has something for...

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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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Genesis – by Andreas Laurencius – Review

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The rather not-so-professional cover made me wonder at first whether it is just another of those 'meh' sci-fi books. But I am glad I did not let that cover stand in the way of my grabbing this book. The cover would make you think that the book is...

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Tippy Boo – Fun Day Out – by Fazilla Shujaat – Review

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This is a very nice and enjoyable story meant for little kids. Well, let me rephrase that: the story itself is not even half as enjoyable as the pictures included. Wow, just wow, I wish the author had made the story longer so I could see more of...

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Elsewhen – by Gary Bullock – Review

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A very 'romantic' tale of romance-cum-science fiction containing none of the filth and fluff that the modern day sci-fi books usually have. There is hardly much in terms of 'sexual content' and whatever I found here was rather tame by my standards....

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Harry Watt, Bounty Hunter: 2150 AD – And Harry’s Life Just Got More Complicated – by Rob Guy – Review

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A powerful and engaging 'extra terrestrial' adventure - that is how I would describe this book. Harry the bounty hunter is sent on a mission: bringing back a famed hydrologist who's now a fugitive, to justice. However, our Harry is not a typical...

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Bridge Through Time – by Scott Spotson – Review

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"First Contact, five years later. A momentous event in Earth’s history. Forever linking us to the cosmos. Are we better off, or worse off, ever since the aliens landed?" Almost every science fiction book dealing with aliens seems to ask the...

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Corr Syl the Terrible – by Garry Rogers – Review

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Having already read the first part I was waiting for this sequel with anticipation. Thank goodness the author didn't take too long in releasing the same, thereby offering me some relief. :) Just like the previous book this is also about animals that...

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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...