Tag Archives: Book Review

Review: Spider-Man: Miles Morales Vol. 3

Publisher: Marvel Released: November 8th 2017 Received: Marvel Unlimited Issues: Spider-Man: Miles Morales 15-21 Rating: I read Spider-Man: Miles Morales Vol. 3 as single issues through the Marvel Unlimited app. I was torn between rating this volume a 3 ½ … Continue reading

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Review: Creation Machine by Andrew Bannister

Creation Machine is a fast-paced and chaotic space opera of epic proportions. It’s quirky and full of personality, and was pretty much everything I had hoped it would be. It’s the first novel in a new series called The Spin Trilogy, which is an appropriate title when you think about it. Continue reading

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Review: Find Me Falling by Fiona Vigo Marshall

           I strongly believe that people are either going to love or hate Find Me Falling. I don’t think there will be much middle ground here (I know it’s ironic that I’m saying it, given the rating I chose, but I will explain my reasons). Continue reading

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Review: Permafrost by Alastair Reynolds

Permafrost is the latest novella from the mind of Alastair Reynolds. It’s described as being a time-traveling climate science fiction adventure, and honestly, I can’t think of a better way to phrase it than that. Continue reading

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Review: Wild Country by Anne Bishop

Wild Country is the latest novel by Anne Bishop. It’s also the latest in her Others series, though the numbering may be confusing. Its #7 in the Others series, and #2 in the World of the Others series. Two books ago, Anne Bishop finished the main plot for the Others, and thus the last two books have been focused on others stories within the same world. That’s the reason for the odd numbering system here. Continue reading

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Review: The Perfect Assassin (The Chronicles of Ghadid #1) by K.A. Doore

The Perfect Assassin is the first book I’ve read by K.A. Doore, and I’m absolutely blown away. While the bright color caught my attention when browsing, it was the description and publisher (gotta love Tor) that really sold me here. And I couldn’t have been happier with my decision. If you’re looking for a new fantasy author to follow from the start, then you should look into this novel. Continue reading

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Review: Imposters (Uglies #5) by Scott Westerfeld

Publisher: Scholastic Press Author: Scott Westerfeld Released: September 11th 2018 Received: Own Rating: It’s hard to believe that after a decade, the Uglies series is being revived. Scott Westerfeld has decided to go back to the series, and I’ll admit … Continue reading

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Review: Audrey’s Magic Nine Pt. 1

Publisher: Penny-Farthing Productions Released: January 12th 2018 Received: Review Request Rating: I received a copy of Audrey’s Magic Nine Pt. 1 in exchange for a fair and honest review. Audrey’s Magic Nine is one of those rare graphic novels where … Continue reading

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Review: Champions Vol. 3: Champions for a Day

Publisher: Marvel Released: August 8th 2018 Received: Marvel Unlimited Issues: Champions 16-18, 1.MU Rating: I read Champions Vol. 3 as single issues through the Marvel Unlimited app. Before I get started on this review, I just wanted to say that … Continue reading

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Review and Blog Tour: The Dysasters by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast

The Dysasters wasn’t the novel I was expecting, but I still found it to be a fascinating read. It was the cover that originally caught my attention for the series and my fondness for P.C. Cast’s works that convinced me that it would be worth reading. Continue reading

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