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Five short stories are combined into one phenomenal package in the Omnibus Edition of Hugh Howey’s best-selling Wool series. From the very first chapter I was hooked. The premise is fascinating: humans live in a silo which has been built … Continue reading
Overall I would give this novel three and a half stars, maybe three and three quarters. It’s well written, entertaining and, conceptually, a very interesting story. I loved the idea of multiple Earths and the whole premise of stepping from … Continue reading
I was looking for something a bit outside my typical to-read list and what I discovered was A Different Blue by Amy Harmon, which I believe has spent two weeks now on the New York Times bestseller list. The blurb … Continue reading
Lara Schiffbauer’s debut novel is a perfect summer read for fantasy fans. The story starts out strong with riveting action and keeps getting better from there. Hazel, a very real main character who is easy to relate to, is abducted … Continue reading
I have been looking forward to reading Lies Beneath by Anne Greenwood Brown for some time now. I love mermaid stories and I was especially intrigued by the idea of merpeople in Lake Superior (being from Michigan and all). Overall … Continue reading
Chimera, the third and final story in T.C. McCarthy’s Subterrene War trilogy, is definitely my favorite of the three novels. I found Stan Resnick, a.k.a. “Bug”, to be the most intriguing of the three different main characters in the series. … Continue reading
The Burn Zone is an intense science-fiction thriller set in the futuristic city of Hangfei. Sam, her friend Vamp, and the haan called Nix take you on a roller coaster ride that suddenly drops out from under you in the … Continue reading
Riveting is the best way to describe this story. An immortal being named Doro has dedicated his life to breeding active telepaths with the dream of creating one who could build him an empire. When his daughter becomes the powerful … Continue reading
Element Zero is the heart-thumping conclusion to one of the smartest science fiction trilogies I’ve read in a long time. Two things that I loved about the Revivor series (beginning with State of Decay, followed by The Silent Army) are … Continue reading