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#BookReview Gene. Sys. by Aaron Denius Garcia

  This scientific dystopia is an excellent read for those who like apocalyptic stories! The world is getting ready for the apocalypse, and Atom is at the center of it all. Him and the other teenage Genetic Systems must survive and help "restart" the earth when everyone is wiped out. Along the way, drama, romance… Continue reading #BookReview Gene. Sys. by Aaron Denius Garcia

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#BookReview Savior by A. King Bradley

Savior by A. King Bradley This novel was a great read - it was a mix of fantasy, paranormal and superhero all rolled up into one beautiful package. Within this story, I get the feeling you are supposed to pity Adam (our main character). His story is daring and full of action and drama, but… Continue reading #BookReview Savior by A. King Bradley

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#BookReview The Sinking of Bethany Ann Crane by K. Kris Loomis

  The Sinking of Bethany Ann Crane is a unique space drama that follows the character development of Bethany Ann Crane. This book was truly mesmerizing! It's hard to describe how interesting this book really was for me to read in just words. I couldn't put this book down since it was so unique and… Continue reading #BookReview The Sinking of Bethany Ann Crane by K. Kris Loomis

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#BookReview The Mirror In My Dorm Room by Lashonda Beauregard

  The Mirror In My Dorm Room by Lashonda Beauregard is an epic tale about time travel. To begin with, I paralleled Justina almost perfectly when reading this book! I am a marketing student, heading into sophomore year and I am definitely ready to start a new semester! That being said, some of the comments… Continue reading #BookReview The Mirror In My Dorm Room by Lashonda Beauregard

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#BookReview Boy Robot by Simon Curtis

Boy Robot by Simon Curtis Boy Robot is a unique read by Simon Curtis that should be a must read for young readers everywhere. I would like to start off by saying this is not my favourite book - but it is good. Recently I've been finding more and more books I'm reading are fantastic,… Continue reading #BookReview Boy Robot by Simon Curtis

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#BookReview SpaceMan by Tom Abrahams

SpaceMan by Tom Abrahams I'm not much of a space person - I wasn't impressed with The Martian (film, not book. I will eventually get to the novel...), and I have never been super into the whole "space" thing (unless it's Star Wars). But, I love reading books in different genres! I don't like reading… Continue reading #BookReview SpaceMan by Tom Abrahams

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#BookReview – The Last Day of Captain Lincoln by EXO Books

The Last Day of Captain Lincoln by EXO Books Sometimes when I read books, I don't know what I'm in for, and this book fit that description. You look at the cover and the blurb, think "Hm, will I like this?" and then begin reading. And shockingly, I enjoyed it more than I thought I… Continue reading #BookReview – The Last Day of Captain Lincoln by EXO Books

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#BookReview – Strungballs by Mike Russell

Strungballs by Mike Russell This book by Mike Russell is another short story. It's a great read for those who want a short, exciting read (and for those like me who didn't want to commit to another Games of Thrones book right away...). This book is weird, if I put it lightly. The thought of… Continue reading #BookReview – Strungballs by Mike Russell

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Quick Book Review: Escape Vector and Other Stories by Bryan Young

Photo via Goodreads. Escape Vector by Bryan Young was an excellent series of sci-fi, space opera stories. I'm not the hugest space opera fan, but I've always loved Star Trek and Star Wars, so picking up this book was quite the treat. I hadn't been impressed by past books relating to space, so I wasn't… Continue reading Quick Book Review: Escape Vector and Other Stories by Bryan Young

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Quick Book Review: A Different Kind by Lauryn April

Photo via Goodreads. This book was a good read, but I would not consider it to be one of my top reads. The book started off rather slow, introducing the characters to a large extent, but in a very slow manner. Once the characters began to interact with each other and action was present, the… Continue reading Quick Book Review: A Different Kind by Lauryn April