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Hanging by a Thread

Claire and her mom have just moved back to their old hometown. Though she misses her old friends, she is happy to be reunited with her childhood best friend, Rachel. She will be starting her junior year and being best friends with Rachel gi...

4 Stars
  • Author: Sophie Littlefield
  • Review by: Laurie-J
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Suspense: Mystery, * Science Fiction, Suspense: Action / Thriller, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Random House

Heaven's War

What would happen if I was suddenly “scooped up” from Earth and taken to a spaceship with nothing but the clothes on my back and no way to contact my home planet? This was a question I kept asking myself while reading David S. Goyer and Mic...

5 Stars

Clean - A Mindspace Investigations Novel, #1

This is an excellent start on a series. Mr. Hughes is playing on words, actions, and philosophies as character after character parades by testing the reader’s knowledge on meanings within meanings. It seems crazy, and that’s because it is....

4 Stars
  • Author: Alex Hughes
  • Review by: Kittybooboo13
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Suspense: Mystery, Supernatural, * Science Fiction, Suspense: Action / Thriller, Urban Fantasy / Paranormal
  • Publisher: ROC

Regby Dornik - The Chilling Warning

Generally speaking, Regby Dornik: The Chilling Warning was a good and enjoyable read. However, the "point" of the book does not seem to become clear until about halfway through and the title character does not make an appearance until about...

3 Stars

Waiting For Midnight

The stories in Waiting for Midnight by Merrie Destefano reminded me exactly why I became a fan of her writing after reading her novel Feast. I enjoyed each story immensely, my two favorites being the story titled Waiting for Midnight for it...

4 Stars

Open Minds - Mindjack Trilog, #1

Have you ever felt you were so different from your peers and everyone had little regard for you? Open Minds by Susan Kaye Quinn takes the reader back to that awkward segment in life where mindset is created in connection to lower self-worth...

5 Stars

Shift

Shift will appeal to readers who enjoy the premise of superpowers and conflict with government agencies and conspiracies, the same conflict that provides the excitement in the television shows Alphas and Heroes. Scott is the typical Peter P...

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Pyro Canyon

This fast read kept my interest throughout by dangling a mysterious past event as the underlying catalyst for many of the decisions and actions currently in formation as the story opens. Two storylines about a quartet of heroes is woven ski...

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Lazarball - Anumal Empire, #1

I must say that this book well surpassed my expectations of animals existing in a world by themselves. The characters were so well crafted that I honestly had forgotten they were even animals telling the story. The storyline took me on a ro...

4 Stars

The Dark Knight Manual - Tools, Weapons, Vehicles and Documents from the Batcave

The Dark Knight Manual is one of the most informative all-inclusive guide books I've ever come across. It goes miles beyond the expected with in-depth descriptions of the life of Bruce Wayne and his superhero alias, Batman. Not only is it f...

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Batmobile - The Complete History

The Batmobile has to be one of the most iconic images, and even those who've never picked up a comic book or headed to the theater are familiar with it. It's one of the most powerful automobiles ever imagined. The Batmobile is justice perso...

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Blue Remembered Earth - Poseidon's Children

In Blue Remembered Earth, I found a science fiction novel masking a serious suspense/adventure plot. It took a bit of time to shift through the paraphernalia of science fiction information, the various timelines, numerous planet hops (as we...

4 Stars

Revolutionary Right - Aristeia, #1

When Maarkean unexpectedly becomes a hero to a large, disenfranchised class of Alliance citizens he finds himself torn between what he has always believed to be true and the actual flawed mechanizations of a central government bloated by gr...

4 Stars

Invincible - Beyond the Frontier / The Lost Fleet

“Invincible” by Jack Campbell is part of ‘The Lost Fleet: Beyond the Frontier’ series and picks up the saga of “Black Jack” John Geary after the events in “Dreadnaught”. This series explores the ramifications of the mission that sends off A...

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The Radiance

An elite panel of specialists joins together under the leadership of Cale Walker, a wealthy entrepreneur, to study a perplexing phenomenon they call The Radiance. Over the course of just a few years most of Earth’s population has become sma...

4 Stars

The Helix War

The Helix War consists of 2 books. In the first book Marseguro, imagine the most prejudiced person you have ever had the misfortune to work with. Now, give them not only the power to fire you, but to actually kill anyone that disagrees with...

4 Stars

The Way of the Black Beast - The Malja Chronicles, #1

As an infant, Maija is torn from her mother’s arms and thrust into the guardianship of two brothers. The brothers, both powerful magicians with an unusual type of shared magic, quickly became disappointed when, as a young child, Maija fails...

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Plague

Thank goodness for the little glimmer of hope this novel ends with – small though it is! For me this book instigated a non-stop reading session, and almost caused DH to venture into the unfamiliar territory that is known as our kitchen so h...

4 Stars

The Impossible Cube - A Novel of the Clockwork Empire, #2

I found The Impossible Cube to have a nice mix of characters, settings, and story. The motivations for the characters may not always be the best, but each of the characters firmly believes in them, and that spills over into the "believeabil...

4 Stars

Battlefield

Hanging out at an old mall one day, three teens are surprised when something comes hurtling down from the sky. Even stranger, they are greeted by a glowing, fiery entity, and given some surprising news. The friendly being promptly regulates...

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CassaFire

CassaFire is the second book of the adventures Cassan's pilot Byron, the first book is CassaStar. I haven't read the first (but I intend to now) can be read as a stand alone. CassaFire, for me, was reminiscent of the best things I loved abo...

4 Stars

Govicide Comply

In this futuristic thriller Michael Locke is a homicide detective who gets an unheard of promotion to Govicide Agent, an elite corps responsible for maintaining world peace, tranquility and compliance. Locke’s perseverance in chasing and ul...

3 Stars

The Night Sessions

This book occurring in a near future. It takes the idea that the events of 9/11 where the opening salvos of a world-wide war divided by lines of faith. This paints a pretty bleak picture where the people that still have a religion are drive...

4 Stars

F814 - Cyborgs: More Than Machines, #2

F841 had broken the programming that made her a slave. She was now a droid without a purpose. And then he came. Solus headed a team that was searching for the remaining female cyborgs. On a bleak and arid mining world, he finds one. But she...

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  • Author: Eve Langlais
  • Review by: Emma
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romance: Speculative / PNR, * Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Eve Langlais

Fear - Gone, #5

The past year in the FAYZ has been absolute craziness. There are no adults, kids have superpowers and things are mutating, just to name a few of the problems. The Darkness has made their world even worse by turning the Dome completely black...

5 Stars
  • Author: Michael Grant
  • Review by: ReaderGirl
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: HarperTeen

The Drowning Girl

Caitlin Kiernan is a name that has been circling around horror book groups for a while now. So when I had a chance to read and review one of her books I jumped at the chance. I've always been fascinated by mental illnesses. Schizophrenia in...

5 Stars

Amped

Owen Grey is amped, but as far as he knows his neural implant is only medical and to prevent epileptic seizures, and it isn't one of the bad kind that the Pure Humans fear, the kind that makes the implanted, or amped, too strong and too sma...

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  • Author: Daniel H. Wilson
  • Review by: Crisgee
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Tags: Supernatural, * Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Doubleday

Destroyer of Worlds - Kingdom of the Serpent, Book 3

If you have traveled with the whole crew and read the prior book, you have the character you most identify with already in mind. Their strengths and weakness’, loves and hates are pretty clearly defined for you already. If that is the case,...

4 Stars

Alien Diplomacy - Aliens / Katherine "Kitty" Katt, #5

“Alien Diplomacy” by Gini Koch is part of her ‘Alien/Kitty Katt’ series featuring Alpha Centaurion (A-C) Jeff Martini. A fast-moving science fiction tale with tongue firmly in cheek, this episode describes Kitty Katt-Martini as she is strug...

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The Girl in the Clockwork Collar - The Steampunk Chronicles, #2

Kady Cross does an amazing job of providing historical insight and steampunk attractions. The Girl in the Clockwork Collar picks up shortly after where The Girl in the Steel Corset ends. Instead of taking place in England, this sequel takes...

4 Stars
  • Author: Kady Cross
  • Review by: Sarah Dizon
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Fantasy, * Science Fiction, Steampunk, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Inkyard Press

The Hunt - The Hunt, #1

I was blown away from the first chapter all the way to the end. Very tight thinking in how the characters are set and how society rules are established! This book explained every rule, every reason for why a person (or vampire) did somethin...

5 Stars

C791 - Cyborgs: More Than Machines

Chloe needed the money. That's why she was in a top secret bunker trying to get blood and other fluid samples from the captive cyborg. She did have to admit that the cyborg was nothing like the monster the military proclaimed the escaped ma...

4 Stars
  • Author: Eve Langlais
  • Review by: Emma
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romance: Speculative / PNR, * Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Eve Langlais

The Devil Draws Two - The Wild West Adventures of Miles O'Malley

Generally speaking, I like a book that combines different eras, cultures, and "things" together in a new and unique way. I also enjoy the book if the characters are interesting and the pace is good. I enjoyed Mr. Riley's take on the Old Wes...

3 Stars

Intruder - Foreigner #13

“Intruder” by C.J. Cherryh is Book 13 in her Foreigner series. Human Bren Cameron is still negotiating the tricky minefield of atevi politics as he tries to convince bitter enemies to set aside their differences and accept a newcomer into t...

5 Stars

Control Point - Shadow Ops

In a world changed by magic, Oscar Britton was a helicopter pilot for the United States Army, attached to the Supernatural Operations Corps (SOC), a loyal officer who didn't question his orders, until the day he was told his target was a te...

4 Stars

Tempest

Jackson Meyer may seem like a totally normal college student, but wait, he can travel back in time. Usually he can only go back a little ways in time, but after strangers burst in on Jackson and his girlfriend, Holly, he will make a jump to...

4 Stars

A Satan Carol

Have you ever wondered why bad things happen to good people or vice versa? Do you ever question where God is at times like this? I think we all have had these thoughts and in reading A Satan Carol we may get some answers. Ok, not the answer...

4 Stars

Partials

Not very often do I read a book that’s so darn good I’m left utterly speechless. After having finished Partials, by Dan Wells, I’m left wondering how to voice all of the excitement buzzing around in my head. Amazing, and amazing, and amazin...

5 Stars

Jack of Ravens - Kingdom of the Serpent, Book 1

This is an epic fantasy adventure in the making. In a battle between hope and despair, creation and destruction, this demonstrates that lowly humans can actually affect the ultimate outcome. It spreads across time and the globe, plus from o...

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Burning Man - Kingdom of the Serpent, Book 2

Book 2 picks up where book 1 ends. Luckily for those that haven’t read the first book (or have a short attention span) if you read the first part “The Final Age” you will be caught up on what came before and the entire necessary back story....

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Dark Inside

Something crazy is happening to the world. Earthquakes and fires are destroying the world. California no longer exists, and people have turning into mindless, heartless, killing machines. The only way to survive is to hide and hope none of...

4 Stars

Peachwood Lake

This was an entertaining story that was a quick read for me. Kady is a young protagonist who is quick-witted, likable and sharp. She’s a bit older than her years, but that is quite plausible given her past experiences. I loved the way in wh...

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The Mensch With No Name - Merkabah Rider, #2

This is the second collection of the Merkabah Rider series. It is another dusty trails western that wanders into the realm of the fantastic. If you like your westerns to be pure unadulterated shoot ‘em ups then you might not enjoy this. But...

4 Stars

Fair Coin - Coin, #1

It is a pleasure to see Pyr commit to publishing science fiction for young adults with appeal to boys and with actual science in it. E.C. Myers' debut effort "Fair Coin" follows 16-year old Ephraim who, after finding his troubled alcoholic...

3 Stars

The Ninth Circle - A Novel of the U.S.S. Merrimack, #5

The Ninth Circle is an introduction for me to the U.S.S. Merrimack series and I must say it is a most excellent one. One of the things I like about it is that, while the reader "knows" there are previous books in how some of the characters...

5 Stars

The Clone Redemption

The Avatari are a merciless race of aliens on a crusade to destroy life on every planet. It’s not the planets themselves these aliens destroy, but all kinds of life on them, leaving the planets in ruins and practically uninhabitable. While...

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Eruption - Supervolcano Trilogy, #1

Anyone visiting Yellowstone National Park knows how risky it can be. But for Colin Ferguson, a southern California police officer visiting Yellowstone one fine day, the risk of imminent disaster is much bigger than an exploding geyser. In f...

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Cosmic Pathos

This is a collection of short stories of novella length. They had me sniffling on the first story, remembering a childhood dream on the second and facing the realities of obsession and cutting deals with criminals for information and the co...

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Virtual Virgin - Delilah Street: Paranormal Investigator

“Virtual Virgin” by Carole Nelson Douglas is the fifth in her popular ‘Delilah Street: Paranormal Investigator’ series. Ricardo (Ric) Montoya, aka The Cadaver Kid, and Delilah Street are trying to find a way to deal with the CinSim who was...

4 Stars

Boneyards

“Boneyards” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch continues the adventures of a woman named Boss as she continues to search for the answers to mysteries surrounding the powerful Dignity Vessels. Use of the powerful anacapa drive gives Boss an edge but...

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