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Review: The Beautiful Ones by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Antonina Beaulieu, called Nina, travels to the city of Loisail to stay with her wealthy cousin Gaetan Beaulieu and his wife Valérie, who leads her through her first Grand Season with an iron hand. Nina is a country girl from … Continue reading

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Review: Cthulhu Armageddon by C.T. Phipps

C.T. Phipps has a knack for writing entertaining novels with memorable characters and plenty of snark and dry humor. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed his Supervillainy Saga, and since I’m both a post-apoc and horror fiction fan, decided to give Cthulhu Armageddon … Continue reading

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Review: The Secrets of Supervillainy by C. T. Phipps

Book three of the Supervillainy Saga opens with a jump right into the middle of a vicious battle between Gary, er, Merciless: The Supervillain Without Mercy™ and The Left Handed Bokor. Merciless only wants to exchange an insane amount of … Continue reading

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Review: Pride’s Spell by Matt Wallace

If you have not yet read the Sin du Jour series from Matt Wallace, or the short story “Small Wars” at Tor.com, hie thee to your bookseller of choice and get all three books, right now. Pride’s Spell is the third book … Continue reading

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Review: Disappearance at Devil’s Rock by Paul Tremblay

It’s every parent’s nightmare. The late-night phone call from another set of worried parents: “Did Tommy come home?” His friends stammer out a story that ends with, “we lost Tommy.” If you have children, just the thought of this situation … Continue reading

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Review: Atlanta Burns by Chuck Wendig

Girl Detectives. You know them: Nancy Drew, Ginny Gordon, Trixie Belden, Veronica Mars, and so many others. Atlanta Burns is the newest name on that list. The difference in this series is that author Chuck Wendig takes that beloved trope … Continue reading

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Review: Pale Hunter by C.J. Sellers

    A while back, I read and reviewed a novel written by C.J. Sellers. It had good points and bad points, but the good stuff was enough to make me want to read more of her work in hopes … Continue reading

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Review: They Greying by Dallas Sutherland

One of the nice things about reviewing books is that I’m confident of one thing: The people who read book reviews are also avid readers. Readers in general are also quite likely to have found their love of books in … Continue reading

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Review: Crimson Son by Russ Linton

Spencer is not a normal nineteen-year-old. He’s the son of the world’s most powerful Augment – a superhuman solder called the Crimson Mask. His life has been in a constant state of upheaval. He’s changed his name so many times … Continue reading

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