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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...

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Corr Syl the Warrior – by Garry Rogers – Review

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This is a one of a kind book containing a unique story full of twists and turns to keep you guessing till the very end. For me at least, this book overlaps genres: it is not just a fantasy book but also a thriller! The very opening paragraph of the...

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Rings of Passage – by Karla Tipton – Review

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A medieval romance and a time travel fantasy mixed together in a perfect blend Imagine that you are a woman who is big into medieval romances and you actually meet one of your romance heroes through time travel ("Nineteen and ninety-one?" He...

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Three Culture Shocks – by Tony Thorne MBE – Review

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This is a pretty good effort from writer Tony Thorne. Not all the stories are equally good, however, the collective effort is praiseworthy. The first story is the tale of a cunning witch and is filled more with comedy than horror (especially her...

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The Singularity is Coming: The Artificial Intelligence Explosion – by Tony Thorne MBE – Review

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This is a futuristic or dystopian fiction ebook, but calling it 'science fiction' would be an insult because the assertions author makes are not just idle speculations a science fiction writer makes in his cocoon, but rather stuff which are backed...

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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...