Category Archives: Fiction

Review: Repo Virtual by Corey J. White

Repo Virtual is the latest novel to come out of the mind of Corey J. White, and it is a piece of speculative fiction involving augmented realities, heists, and sentient software. Continue reading

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Review: Buzz Kill by David Sosnowski

Buzz Kill is the latest novel by David Sosnowski. You probably recognize the insanely bright colors used on his covers! Marketed as a hilarious read about hackers, this novel is as creative as it is quirky. Continue reading

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Review: Horus Rising by Dan Abnett

The Horus Heresy is arguably one of the biggest events to happen in the lore of Warhammer 40,000. And no, I’m not just talking about the number of books in the series (though there is that). This was an event (or rather, series of events) that impacted a massive amount of the universe. And the effects are long-lasting. Continue reading

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Review: The Wagers by Sean Michaels

The Wagers is the second novel released by the one and only Sean Michaels. This time around, he’s writing about a comedian, and he needs a major change in his life. Or in his luck. Either would suffice, at this point. Continue reading

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Review: False Gods by Graham McNeill

Written by Graham McNeill, False Gods is the epic continuation to Horus Rising. We’re still steadily building towards the main conflict, with faith and loyalties being cast into doubt all over the place. Continue reading

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Review: If You Take My Meaning by Charlie Jane Anders

If You Take My Meaning is a short story written by Charlie Jane Anders, and is set following the events of The City in the Middle of the Night. So if you’ve found yourself wondering what happened next, this is a short story worth diving into. Continue reading

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Review: Finna by Nino Cipri

Finna is a whirlwind adventure set in a shocking environment. Written by Nino Cipri, this piece of speculative science fiction makes heavy use of wormholes, multiple dimensions, and the humbling nature that is minimum wage life. Continue reading

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Review: Merchants of Milan by Edale Lane

Merchants of Milan is Edale Lane’s latest novel, and is the start to the Night Flyer Trilogy. It’s a historical fiction novel, full of twists, passion, and drama. Continue reading

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Review: Sensational by Jodie Lynn Zdrok

Sensational is the second novel in Jodie Lynn Zdrok’s Spectacle series. And dare I say that it surpasses the first novel? Set in an alternate version of Paris in 1889, this novel infuses fantasy elements with detailed character development, creating a thrilling tale. Continue reading

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Blog Tour: Courting Mr. Lincoln by Louis Bayard

Courting Mr. Lincoln is a historical fiction novel that tells the story of Abraham Lincoln – but with a twist. This novel takes a deeper look at the people so pivotal in Lincoln’s life; Mary Todd and Joshua Speed. Continue reading

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