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REVIEW: From Ice to Ashes

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Earth wants control of the colonies in the rings around Saturn. The Ringers want autonomy. Who will prevail?

REVIEW: Time of the Phoenix Man

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What do you when a human explorer of another galaxy becomes a Messiah to his colleagues? Recreate him in a lab to fight himself. What could possibly go wrong?

Payback is a Bi – But, Well, Okay, If it’s to...

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What if the United States made a deal with the Mafia to kill Hitler before the start of World War II?

Plane Walker Review

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A mercenary's daughter is kidnapped, forcing him to relive his life several times looking for clues to who may have taken her and why in C. P. Dunphey's novel Plane Walker.

Children of the Different Review

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The not-quite-a-zombie novel Children of the Different will be for you if world level catastrophes are your cup of tea.

Review: Titan Born by Rhett Bruno

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It was August 29, 2334, three hundred years after the meteorite slammed into Earth and decimated the planet and the population.

Review: Oshenerth By Alan Dean Foster

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An excellent romp in a watery world with much to discover.

Review: The Krakow Klub by Philip C Elrod

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A group of wealthy businessmen who have decided to take over the world

Review: The Outpost by Michael Resnick

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A re-issue of old soldier's tales, Resnick style.

Review: Grunt Traitor by Weston Ochse

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If you like military science fiction, add this series to your list!

Book Review: Skin Folk by Nalo Hopkinson

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A review of Nalo Hopkinson's short story collection from Open Road Media.

Review: Chimpanzee By Darin Bradley

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Chimpanzee is a dark brooding novel of a future that might well come to pass

Review: Soulminder by Timothy Zahn

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Mr. Zahn does an excellent job of discussing the pros and cons of a process to prolong life, indeed even provide immortality

Book Review: The Shadow Academy by Adrian Cole

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As end of the world stories go, this book has an interesting premise. A worldwide plague is a very popular idea and when Cole flips the premise on its ear at the end with his secret revelation, he provides new ways to look at both science and civilization.

Review: Glorious Plague

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...a frustrating mix of very good writing and a plot that goes nowhere.