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Wintersmith by Terry Pratchett - a review
In the third Tiffany Aching book, the young witch in training stumbles into an ancient dance of the seasons and must find a way to get herself back out before her village is destroyed by the Wintersmith.
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.
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.
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.
Ursula LeGuin's Earthsea
Ursula K. LeGuin's A Wizard of Earthsea is a wonderful coming of age story about a boy who possesses a great magic power.
U.R.B. by James Cox - a review
Freelance agents Tarker Guth and Ned Fred are called in to investigate the U.R.B. a new gang making headlines with their violence.
Types of Science Fiction - Technological Scifi
Part two explores technology in science fiction sub-genres
Types of Science Fiction - Military, Apocalypse and Aliens
Part three explores the military, the apocalypse and aliens in science ficiton
Types of Science Fiction - Hard vs Soft Scifi
Several widely acknowledged sub-genres of science fiction exist
Types of Science Fiction - Alternate History, Time Travel and Humor
Part four explores Alternate History, Time Travel and Humor in science fiction
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