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Into The Dim by Janet B. Taylor: I Can’t Wait to Share It With You

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Into The Dim

When I saw the book cover for Into The Dim, Book #1 of a new suspenseful fantasy series by Janet B. Taylor, I was drawn to it. When I read the publisher’s description, I thought it sounded really interesting. That said, I had no idea what I was getting into and that’s why I hesitate […]

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Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard: Silvers Rule in This Cruel Dystopian World

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Red Queen

The lion’s share of the novels I read now come from publishers and/or publicists so it’s rare that I buy a novel, especially a YA dystopian debut novel like Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. There was just something about this novel that really intrigued me so, when Amazon had a daily deal on it, I […]

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The Custodian of Marvels by Rod Duncan: The Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire

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The Custodian of Marvels

The Custodian of Marvels is Book #3 in Rod Duncan’s Fall of the Gas-Lit Empire trilogy (links to our reviews of Books #1 & #2 are below this review). This dystopian steampunk mystery series features a world shaped by an alternate history in which Luddites succeeded in their rebellion against the industrial age – at […]

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Brooklyn on Fire by Lawrence H. Levy: Mary Handley Takes on NYC Politics

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Brooklyn on Fire

Brooklyn on Fire is Book #2 in the historical Mary Handley mystery series by Lawrence H. Levy. When Book #1 was published, I really wanted to read it but I had so many books in my TBR pile that I knew I’d never get to it. I’m so glad I got a chance to read […]

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MemoRandom by Anders de la Motte: A Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Lose

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MemoRandom

When I reviewed the Game sci-fi/tech thriller trilogy by bestselling author Anders de la Motte (review links at the end of this review), it was one of those hold on for dear life roller coaster rides through a tech induced nightmare. I enjoyed every heart-stopping moment of it but it was also mind wrenching. That’s […]

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Hot Reads for Cold Nights: Fun Reads for Sci Fi & Fantasy Fans

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This week and next week we’re featuring some fun books for you to read on cold winter nights. This week’s selections are science fiction and fantasy novels while next week’s selections will be thrillers. I hope you’ll find a book or two among these novels that will be as fun for you to read as […]

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