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SF/Fantasy Books Newsletter
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Spying on Gods by David Barnett a Review
Want to read a really dark fantasy with a detailed universe, interwoven characters and an evil god that you actually feel sorry for Ė sort of? I have the book for you! Spying on Gods by David Barnett.
Stacey Costas Ė book review
Stacey Costas Vampire (slash) Job Hunter by Tracy Zielinski is an e-book Urban Fantasy series which follows Stacey Costas through his many adventures in trying to get back into the world of the employed.
Streams of Babel YA SF Book Review
I can see why Carol Plum-Ucci is an award-winning author. I highly recommend this YA CyberPunk-style Science Fiction.
Subgenre Bionic Science Fiction
A description and list of books which fall into the Bionics Science Fiction subgenre.
Susan Kaye Quinn Interview
Susan Kaye Quinn writes brilliantly. And believably! The best way to truly introduce you to her books is to ask you to go to her website and watch the trailers for her books. I havenít said WOW about a book in a very long time; Susan Kay Quinnís series Mindjack will make you say it, too.
The Crystal Rose a Review
The Crystal Rose by Ruth Karas is a middle-reader young adult fantasy novel about a damsel, the heir to the kingdom, a wizard, and two really terrific dragons.
The Kings Eagle by Ryan Z Dawson a Review
The Kings Eagle by Ryan Z. Dawson is an epic adventure in the caliber of JRR Tolkien and Robert Jordan.
The World Below Review
A goblin king blackmails a magical human into stealing an enchanted sword from a faerie who has a really great guy as her champion. Add a band of renegade goblins who masquerade as cats, and you have one of the best fantasy novels Iíve read in quite a while.
This Place Has No Atmosphere Book Review
This Place Has No Atmosphere by Paula Danzinger is a sweet Coming of Age Science Fiction which I enjoyed reading.
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