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Echoes (The Epherium Chronicles book 3) by T.D. Wilson (book review).

March 24, 2015 | By | Reply More
Echoes (The Epherium Chronicles book 3) by T.D. Wilson (book review).

Battle stations! ‘Echoes’, the third book of ‘The Epherium Chronicles’ by T.D. Wilson, begins and ends with conflict. Lester Styles, captain of the EDF Cestus, is in charge of the supply train headed for Cygni. He has one jump left to make and one ship reporting a problem with their space-fold drive. Appointing the Cestus […]

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Valor Of The Healer (Rebels Of Adalonia book 1) by Angela Highland (book review).

March 16, 2015 | By | Reply More
Valor Of The Healer (Rebels Of Adalonia book 1) by Angela Highland (book review).

‘Valor Of The Healer’ by Angela Highland is epic fantasy set in a robust world. I’d been looking for a book like this for a while and once I started reading, I found it difficult to stop. The three main characters had distinct voices and each called to me to finish their story. Of course, […]

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Crucible (The Epherium Chronicles book 2) by T.D. Wilson (book review)

March 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
Crucible (The Epherium Chronicles book 2) by T.D. Wilson (book review)

Twenty-five years ago, the Epherium Corporation launched three colony ships to settle new worlds. In command of the new flagship Armstrong, Captain James Hood is directed to investigate mysterious signals from those nearly forgotten ships. His mission is complicated by startling revelations regarding the deep sleep technology used to quicken colonist’s long journey and a […]

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PAX East 2015 (convention review).

March 11, 2015 | By | Reply More
PAX East 2015 (convention review).

The Penny Arcade Expo, usually abbreviated to PAX, now occurs four times a year across the globe. PAX Prime is held in Washington State, PAX East is in Boston, PAX Australia is held in Melbourne and the newest addition to the family is PAX South, held in San Antonio, Texas, January this year. Apparently, the […]

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Edge Of Dark (The Glittering Edge book 1) by Brenda Cooper (book review)

March 3, 2015 | By | Reply More
Edge Of Dark (The Glittering Edge book 1) by Brenda Cooper (book review)

The Next might be the next stage of evolution. Sometimes referred to as the Ice Pirates, the Next were once a human creation, near autonomous robots that were banished to darkest edge of the solar system. Instead of guttering without light, the Next thrived. Now they’re turning back toward the sun. Some of them appear […]

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Vengeance Of The Iron Dwarf (Companions Codex book 3) by R.A. Salvatore (book review).

March 3, 2015 | By | Reply More
Vengeance Of The Iron Dwarf (Companions Codex book 3) by R.A. Salvatore (book review).

There are nearly thirty books in the ‘Legend Of Drizzt’ series and a number of side ventures. When you get this far into a series, spoilers are inevitable. So if you’re not familiar with the ‘Legend’ series, much of the content of ‘Vengeance Of The Iron Dwarf’ will confound, and perhaps ruin you for everything […]

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Embrace (The Epherium Chronicles book 1) by T.D. Wilson (book review).

February 23, 2015 | By | Reply More
Embrace (The Epherium Chronicles book 1) by T.D. Wilson (book review).

  ‘Embrace’ is book one of ‘The Epherium Chronicles’ by T.D. Wilson. It’s the year 2155 and humanity has survived first contact and conflict with the alien Cilik’ti. A veteran of this war, Captain James Hood now has the opportunity to follow the dream that led him to serve in the Earth Defense Forces. Twenty-five […]

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Half The World (The Shattered Sea trilogy book 2) by Joe Abercrombie (book review).

February 23, 2015 | By | Reply More
Half The World (The Shattered Sea trilogy book 2) by Joe Abercrombie (book review).

Thorn Bathu is touched by Mother War. She has dedicated her life to learning to fight so that she might avenge her father, who duelled the infamous Grom-gil-Gorm, Breaker of Swords, and lost. A terrible accident mars her last test, however, and she is branded murderer instead of warrior. Her sentence: death! Brand is touched […]

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Gemini Cell (Shadow Ops) by Myke Cole (book review)

January 23, 2015 | By | Reply More
Gemini Cell (Shadow Ops) by Myke Cole (book review)

The movie ‘Lone Survivor’ was my introduction to what a U.S. Navy SEAL is. Before then, I had a vague idea they were something like Marines in wetsuits. I realise I’m denting my own credibility here, but not all of us know everything there is to know about every branch of the military and there […]

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This Is Your Destiny (A Curse Keeper’s Secret book 3) by Denise Grover Swank (book review).

January 20, 2015 | By | Reply More
This Is Your Destiny (A Curse Keeper’s Secret book 3) by Denise Grover Swank (book review).

The ‘Curse Keepers’ series explores legends surrounding the disappearance of the lost colony of Roanoke. The original Virginian colony disappeared in the late sixteenth century with no trace. There is still no conclusive evidence as to what happened to the colonists. Author Denise Grover Swank proposes the colony was caught in a battle between this […]

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