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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: Adam Boostrom – Athena’s Choice (@AthenaChoice)

Athena had wanted to be an artist almost all her life. What really cemented the thought in her mind, along with it making her mother happy, was when she saw the truth of what an artist really was, a person who looked upon something and saw not what was there, but the potential for all… Continue reading Book review: Adam Boostrom – Athena’s Choice (@AthenaChoice)

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Book review: Mari Collier – Man, True Man (@child7mari )

Teacher had an impossible task. With the death of his predecessor and the predicted Star Shift, a heavy burden was placed upon his shoulders. It was said he would either save or condemn their world. To do so he must discern who the True Man and the True Foe is. To put his faith in… Continue reading Book review: Mari Collier – Man, True Man (@child7mari )

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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: Jason L. Henderson -Shadows in the Night

Mary had been placed on desk duty following an incident that had put the town in an uproar. For almost four weeks she sat at her desk wondering the fate of her career. She was almost thankful when the chief sent her back to the field. Her sleepy town had become a hotspot for strange… Continue reading Book review: Jason L. Henderson -Shadows in the Night

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Book review: Moon Deeds – Palmer Pickering (@PalmerPickerin1)

Cassidy had heard the music from the stars for a long time; even though the Shaman's Shield, she could still sometimes hear their song. There had been a time when her twin brother, Torr, had once recited the message, but the words had long been muted, and the true melody was forgotten. Her mind was… Continue reading Book review: Moon Deeds – Palmer Pickering (@PalmerPickerin1)

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Book review: Making History – Bruce Polky

At the age of six, you are given a PAD. This piece of technology is integrated into your life, you can do nothing without it. They never fail, they never go faulty. Or at least that's what they would have you believe. There was one chip distributed that was faulty, but they would never admit… Continue reading Book review: Making History – Bruce Polky

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Book review: Vazdrag – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait )

Onward the group proceeds through the black door. Onward in their quest and... around in circles? Surely that can't be right. But that is exactly what is happening. The latest Black Door seems to be a trap, sealing them within a strange labyrinth. Tempers rise and passions stir as they find themselves trapped. But as… Continue reading Book review: Vazdrag – Daniel J. Strait (@daniel_strait )

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Book review: Relics of Andromeda – Jonathan Michael Erickson (@EricksonAuthor )

Anka had been raised to fear relics, touching them was taboo. Their power had razed cities, and had destroyed the bridge between worlds. So when one called out to her by name she knew true fear. She was a warrior in her village, brave, quick, and strong, yet the pull was impossible to resist. As… Continue reading Book review: Relics of Andromeda – Jonathan Michael Erickson (@EricksonAuthor )

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Book review: Sarah Y. Westmoreland – Najee: Awakening (@SWestAuthor )

Akinia had barely survived the torture. She had been flayed and beaten to the brink of death, healed, and forced to endure again. But even then they could not turn her. It had been a long road of recovery, and her insistence about being let back in the field, instead of hidden away on Paméd,… Continue reading Book review: Sarah Y. Westmoreland – Najee: Awakening (@SWestAuthor )