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Book review: Trisha McNary – Alien Pets(@Trisha_McNary )

Antaska had longed to travel into outer space, but her only chance to do so was to be chosen by one of the Verdante. It was easier said than done since  it seemed as if Potat, her cat, wanted to sabotage her at every turn. Despite this she was selected. But little did she know… Continue reading Book review: Trisha McNary – Alien Pets(@Trisha_McNary )

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Book review: Alon Lavie – The Rise of Europa Prince (@VENOMSECTOR42AL )

The timeline is off, events have been accelerated for one simple reason. Black Widow. A cold, callus, creature with her sights set of Earth. Her intelligence is well established, and the glass web, know everything. Well, almost everything, they are not at full capacity but that will change. Countries are dropping like flies to her… Continue reading Book review: Alon Lavie – The Rise of Europa Prince (@VENOMSECTOR42AL )

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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: E.L. Strife’s Stellar Fusion

Shepherds always had partners. Then again there was an exception to the rule, Nakio Atana. Her partners either died, or found her incompatible, and so Command allowed her to work alone, she was one of their best anyway. That was why they called upon her to face the latest problem. In the sky above a… Continue reading Book review: E.L. Strife’s Stellar Fusion

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Book review : C. A. Pack’s Fourth Chronicles of Illumination

The Library of Illumination is in danger. Knowledge is power, and with each one having their own diversity there is a danger of one becoming supreme. Why should they not all be the same when uniformity would answer questions with one decisive stroke, and how can this uniformity be brought about? The answer is simple,… Continue reading Book review : C. A. Pack’s Fourth Chronicles of Illumination

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Book review: The Last City (THE COLONY Book 2) by Roslyn M Gilmour (@RMGilmour )

Lydia knew there was something important she should remember. Her mind kept returning to it over and over again, yet each time it slipped her recollection. Her world was nothing more than a painted dream, but she couldn't help but wonder what their home had been before they had altered it, what lay beneath the… Continue reading Book review: The Last City (THE COLONY Book 2) by Roslyn M Gilmour (@RMGilmour )

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Book review: The Selection by Jason Nugent (@LailokenRi )

Centuries ago the Anastasians had implemented The Selection, all boys of eighteen were expected to participate. Eron's time was approaching but with the memories of his brother's ear-piercing screams he was filled with fear and foreboding. But there was something about this ritual, something that seemed out of place. Males outnumbered females ten to one,… Continue reading Book review: The Selection by Jason Nugent (@LailokenRi )

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Book Review: Bounty by J.D. Cunegan (@JD_Cunegan )

Jill Anderson had already spent three years serving the people of Baltimore, it had allowed her to build up a tolerance to crime scenes, but it took every ounce of her restraint not to react to this one. If her peers knew she had known the victim she would be off the case. But she… Continue reading Book Review: Bounty by J.D. Cunegan (@JD_Cunegan )

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Book review: SEEDS The Journey Begins by Cary Allen Stone (@CaryAllenStone1 )

Humanity was about to embark on a new frontier. Returning to the role of Explorer they were destined to be. Only this time they were going further than any have been before. Their destination, Titan. Mother Earth was angry with her children, exhausted of resources and her anger rained down on those committing matricide. There… Continue reading Book review: SEEDS The Journey Begins by Cary Allen Stone (@CaryAllenStone1 )

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Book review: Flight of the Black Stork by Bill Broocke

When first they spotted the crescent shaped craft they had thought it was some new aircraft made by the Germans. They had never imagined what these Foo Fighters actually were, nor what their sudden and unexplained appearance actually meant for the people of Earth. Over fifty years this same alien species performed reconnaissance, experiments, abductions,… Continue reading Book review: Flight of the Black Stork by Bill Broocke