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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.
Kingdom of Trolls by Rae Bridgman - a review
Cousins Wil and Sophie continue trying to uncover the mysterious Serpent's Chain cult, this time in Iceland after Aunt Violent wins a free trip.
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.
Lois McMaster Bujold
Despite the fact the Lois McMaster Bujold is the winner of multiple Hugo awards, many science fiction readers have never heard of her.
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Machina by Jonathan Lyons - a review
Machina is the second novel by Jonathan Lyons.
Magyk by Angie Sage - a review
Magyk is the first in a new fantasy series for young adults.
Maranther's Deception by Nik C. Colyer - a review
When Martin and Leigha Vandorfer take a trip into the desert strange things begin to happen.
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.
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.
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