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Book review: Amy Johnson – Caged (@AmyJohnson895)

Eden was used to looking after everyone else. She lived to raid, she was skilled at walking unseen amongst the machines, and committed to memory everything she needed needed know in case challenged, but with the human numbers diminishing and the machines evolving, it was getting more difficult to remain unseen, and security on the… Continue reading Book review: Amy Johnson – Caged (@AmyJohnson895)

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Book review: Julia Cowan – Us vs The Rest of the World (@juliacowan74)

Since her father's death Maddie has been worried about her mother, more so these last few days, she's been forgetful, absent minded, and her behaviour sometimes has been downright strange. When a news broadcast reveals a string of bizarre events unfolding their small hometown goes to hell. Cut off from the rest of the world,… Continue reading Book review: Julia Cowan – Us vs The Rest of the World (@juliacowan74)

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Book review: Joy Johnson – The Death Dealer Diaries

Mal knew what it was like to lose people. Her father vanished when she was young, and her mother disappeared during her tenth winter.  But that was the way of the world. People vanished, hunted by Reapers who descend where humans gather. Survival was a daily struggle, thankfully it was one she did not have… Continue reading Book review: Joy Johnson – The Death Dealer Diaries

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Book review: M.L. Lloyd – Perils of Immortality

In M.L. Lloyd's Perils of Immortality, Harry Higgins was overdue his sleep in the status deep sleep system, but since the Winter purge the systems which allowed these ancient humans whose conscious had transcended mortal flesh, to retain their sanity, had been offline. As much as he hated to admit it, the fevers and hallucinations… Continue reading Book review: M.L. Lloyd – Perils of Immortality

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Book review: Odd Voices – @oddvoiceout

Odd Voices is a collection of short stories like no other. For too long protagonists have been cut from the same cloth, but not here, gone are the cookie-cutter leads, replaced with beautifully diverse characters and they take you through their own tales, from poverty and love, to survival and magic. You will be whisked… Continue reading Book review: Odd Voices – @oddvoiceout

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Book review: Christopher Coates – The Ark (@ccoatesbook)

When a threat with extinction-level potential was accidentally discovered it took a few weeks to confirm the findings, but soon the government was on high alert, pumping resources into excelling the most promising projects, those which could keep people safe until the danger had passed. One such undertaking was a sleeper project, designed to put… Continue reading Book review: Christopher Coates – The Ark (@ccoatesbook)

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Book review: Stuart Kenyon – Faster, Stronger, Deader: Augmented Reality (@StuartKenyon8)

John had lost so much when he refused the follow the crowd and be augmented. His family, his love, his career, but he kept something important, his life. When a virus struck, those augmented they died. But they didn't remain dead. They rose again, killing everything in their path. He had committed to isolation, but… Continue reading Book review: Stuart Kenyon – Faster, Stronger, Deader: Augmented Reality (@StuartKenyon8)

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Book review: Anthony Carinhas – Clever Ruse (@anthonycarinhas )

Fifty thousand pounds a year to every psychiatris--with the option to nominate a beneficiary to receive it in their stead on death--was enough to ensure most detrimental secrets remained undisclosed to the masses. It was better they were kept where they belonged. When the house was built it was created with its own unique scruples and guidelines,… Continue reading Book review: Anthony Carinhas – Clever Ruse (@anthonycarinhas )

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Book review: Dr Shawn Phillips’ Darkened Demigod

Imprisoned, observed, goaded. This was the life the Demigod had endured for over a decade. The people who held him sent a new observer, the others had met their end, more often by his hand, or more precisely, his thumb. This one he named Bookworm, and to him he finally begins to divulge his secrets.… Continue reading Book review: Dr Shawn Phillips’ Darkened Demigod

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Book review: S. A. Gibson’s Pratima’s Engines (@gibsonauthor )

Pratima was summoned, the Duke required help with some technology, and she was just the person he needed. Long ago the Collapse was thought to be caused by human arrogance, they believed their thoughts were truth to be displayed and enforced. The libraries set rules, rules intended to keep everyone safe, and it appears the… Continue reading Book review: S. A. Gibson’s Pratima’s Engines (@gibsonauthor )