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The Ruins of Gorlan by John Flanagan- a review
In this YA fantasy novel, young Will learns that being an apprentice Ranger is harder and more important that he could have guessed.
Noonshade by James Barclay - a review
The Chronicles of the Raven continues as the Raven must reverse the unintended results of casting the legendary Dawnthief spell.
Starship : Rebel by Mike Resnick - a review
In the fourth book of the Starship series, Resnick continues the fast-paced space opera action of the previous books.
Dawnthief by James Barclay - a review
Dawnthief is the first title in The Chronicles of the Raven, an epic fantasy series by British author James Barclay that is being released in the US by Pyr.
Starship : Mercenary by Mike Resnick - a review
Military outlaw Wilson Cole and the crew of the Teddy R, change from pirates to mercenaries on the Inner Frontier
Midwinter by Matthew Sturges - a review
A once decorated leader in the Fae military, now convicted of treason and sentenced to life, is sent on a mysterious mission to gain his freedom.
Cyberabad Days by Ian McDonald - a review
Cyberabad Days is a collection of short stories by award winning author science fiction Ian McDonald set in future India.
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
Will a mix up in the identity of the anti-Christ postpone the apocalypse?
City Without End by Kay Kenyon - a review
Kay Kenyon continues her epic science fiction series, The Entire and the Rose, about a parallel world.
The Telefax Box by Toni Seger - a review
The Machine is an all seeing computer that controls and documents almost every aspect of everyday life. but The Machine, which records everything that happens at Central, has no record of a scientist's obviously violent murder.
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