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A World Too Near by Kay Kenyon - a review
Titus Quinn is back in the world of the Entire, but unlike his trip in The Bright of the Sky, Titus is not alone this time.
Little Brother by Cory Doctorow - a review
Cory Doctorow´s young adult science fiction novel Little Brother questions the all too possible future in which the Department of Homeland Security´s policies of paranoia and fear usurp the rights of ordinary people.
Recommended SF - general
Recommended science fiction involving multiple realities, philosophy, and the apocalypse, as well as anthologies
Angel Fire East by Terrry Brooks - a review
In the third book of the Word and the Void series, a dream shows John Ross where to find a gypsy morph-- a shape shifting creature formed of wild magic with the potential to become a strong weapon for whomever controls it.
What the Dickens by Gregory Maguire -a review
While skibereen are usually born in large groups, What-The-Dickens hatches alone in a tuna can, not knowing any language, or even what he is, so he sets out to find himself.
Prodigal by Marc D Giller - a review
In Giller's cyberpunk novel, corporate spook Lea Prism and her team discover a high tech lab where subjects in immersion tanks seem to be linked by some sort of hive mind.
A Knight of the Word by Terry Brooks - a review
In the sequel to Running with the Demon, Nest Freemark is sent to convince John Ross to stop ignoring his service as a Knight of the Word.
Running with the Demon by Terry Brooks - a review
Fourteen-year-old Nest Freemark finds herself in the middle of war between the Void and the Word in the first of the Terry Brooks series
Touched By Wonder - a review
The best thing about this collection is that not only do you get to read some wonderful science fiction and fantasy short stories, but a portion of the sales goes to breast cancer research.
Killswitch by Joel Shepherd - a review
The latest Kresnov novel picks up two years after President Neiland reveals her intention to make the Callayan capital of Tanusha the center of the Federation.
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