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Review: Banned Book Club

Banned Book Club is the story of Kim Hyun Sook and her time in college. It’s a story that was brought to life (once again) with the help of Ryan Estrada and Hyung-Ju Ko. This is a powerful read that you’re not going to want to miss out on. Continue reading

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Review: Nothing Hidden Ever Stays by H.R. Mason

Nothing Hidden Ever Stays is the debut novel of H.R. Mason, and is a dramatic and horrifying thriller. This novel combines thriller elements with the concept of an old curse, ghost stories, and a hauntingly dark past. Continue reading

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Review: Review: The Living Dead by George A. Romero and Daniel Kraus

The Living Dead both is and is not a classic zombie story. The zombie apocalypse started small, but quickly grew to the devastating levels befitting our imaginations. Throughout this novel, the journey of several survivors is revealed. A teenager desperate to survive, a statistician who kept on going with her job, a medical examiner and his diener, they are just a few of the characters pulled into this tale that is larger than life. Continue reading

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Review: The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson

The Space Between Worlds is the outstanding debut novel of Micaiah Johnson, and it is an impressive feat of science fiction. Continue reading

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Review: Whichwood by Tahereh Mafi

Whichwood is the second novel in Tahereh Mafi’s Furthermore series. It’s a beautiful fantasy world full of rich details and character development. But as we all know; magic comes at a cost. And it has rules that must be followed. Continue reading

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Review: Prodigy Prince by Natasha Sapienza

Prodigy Prince by Natasha Sapienza is the tale of two brothers, both princes, and their fight for what they believe in. One is determined to save his people, while the other is driven to follow his own ambitions in life. Continue reading

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Review: Drowned Country by Emily Tesh

Drowned Country is the second novella in the Greenhollow Duology by Emily Tesh, and is something I personally have been waiting for all year. If you’re looking for a series with stunningly fresh aesthetic, this is it. Continue reading

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Review: Otaku by Chris Kluwe

Chris Kluwe’s debut novel is an impressive feat, made all the more shocking and impressive given his previous career. Otaku is a science fiction novel, one that dives headfirst into the realm of virtual realities, and a fight against corruption. Continue reading

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Review: Unconquerable Sun by Kate Elliott

Kate Elliot is back and with an all-new tale. Or retelling, as the case may be. Here she’s taken Alexander the Great and done something new with the core concept. She shot it into space and started playing with the genders of the primary characters. Continue reading

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Review: Tales of the Peculiar by Ransom Riggs

Tales of the Peculiar is a collection of short stories or lore from the world of the Peculiars. It fits into the Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children series, and could even be considered a prequel. Though I personally would read the first few novels first, since they add so much context to the world. Continue reading

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