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Armageddon's Children by Terry Brooks - a review
The Earth is in ruin, its land and water polluted, it´s inhabitants in hiding from the demons and once men that hunt them. But the Word still has hope-- the legendary gypsy morph.
Fate of Camelot by Cynthia Breeding - a review
A fantasy/romance novel with a unique view of the Holy Grail folklore.
Review of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series
Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series is about the frustrations of time travel.
Veins by Lawrence C Connolly - a review
The job should have been quick and easy, but Axel and his partners are on the run, desperately trying to avoid getting killed while half-seen things-- both human and otherwise-- move in the shadows.
Fish and Sphinx by Rae Bridgman - a review
In Fish and Sphinx, Rae Bridgman continues her Middlegate series as Wil and Sophie discover the Serpent´s Chain is plotting to seize Manitoba´s legislative building.
Whitechapel Gods by S M Peters - a review
In an alternate version of Victorian England, Whitechapel is cut off from the rest of the country and ruled by two machines in S M Peters´ steampunk novel.
Mr B Gone by Clive Barker - a review
How does a demon find himself imprisoned in a book? After a series of unlucky experiences Jakabok Botch finds himself in just that situation.
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
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