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#BookReview Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

Nothing Is Strange or everything is strange? Mike Russell is a master at oddball books. I always go into these books not knowing what to expect and come out with my mind blown. It's a similar feeling to watching David Bowie music videos or trying to come up with a valid WandaVision theory (Mephisto or… Continue reading #BookReview Nothing is Strange by Mike Russell

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#BookReview GENMOS: Gathering Storms by Stephen M. Coghlan

GENMOS: Gathering Storms by Stephen M. Coghlan is one of the most underrated and under-read books, in my humble opinion. For one, I am not normally into a lot of sci-fi books. It's one of those genres that is really hit or miss for me because they can be slow, boring or too technical (or… Continue reading #BookReview GENMOS: Gathering Storms by Stephen M. Coghlan

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#BookReview Extrahumans by Susan Jane Bigelow

Not gonna lie, normally I find sci-fi incredibly boring and couldn't be bothered with it, and then Extrahumans came into my life. The plot of this book is essentially: closing up a story about superheroes living among us in a dystopian world. Jill is trying to survive, and somehow gets the team back together in… Continue reading #BookReview Extrahumans by Susan Jane Bigelow

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#BookReview Geo by Kevin Miller

Geo by Kevin Miller is an excellent science fiction read! I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised by GEO. I don't normally dive into science fiction books, but I absolutely love Kevin Miller's writing style. I've read his Milligan Creek series (a middle grade series, check it out if you haven't yet), so I… Continue reading #BookReview Geo by Kevin Miller

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#BookReview Deep Cosmos by Project Kyle

Deep Cosmos by Project Kyle is a unique sci-fi adventure that moves fast and fearlessly! I'm not normally into sci-fi books, but I was intrigued when Project Kyle approached me to read this book. Deep Cosmos is a nerdy, science-y, fun book that with awesome friendships, wicked twists and turns, and lots of lore riddled… Continue reading #BookReview Deep Cosmos by Project Kyle

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#BookReview Open Source by Anna L. Davis

  Open Source by Anna L. Davis is an R rated, epic, sci-fi, fantasy, crazy adventure! This book far exceeded my expectations, especially since sci-fi isn't my usual genre. Anna makes this fantasy novel come off the page and take over my brain (pun totally intended, by the way). Ryker, our home-less former writer lead,… Continue reading #BookReview Open Source by Anna L. Davis

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#BookReview Gods in Oslo by John Plaski

Gods in Oslo by John Plaski is a thrilling ride full of super power-like abilities, Odin and the gods and love of action! This book looks very daunting - it's over 400 pages and looked WAY to big to tackle, but I did it anyways. It was one of the greatest decisions I ever made,… Continue reading #BookReview Gods in Oslo by John Plaski

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#BookReview The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid's Tale is a book that I have been debating over since high school. Everyone I know from high school absolutely HATED this book (with a ridiculously strong passion) yet I had this feeling that I should read it anyways. After watching the 2017 television adaptation and LOVING it, I decided it was probably… Continue reading #BookReview The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

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#BookReview Tamisan by Susan McKenzie

Tamisan by Susan McKenzie was an epic, action-packed, sci-fi fueled novel! Action. Adventure. Sci-Fi. New Adult. Thriller. Suspense. Fantasy. Supernatural. All of those terms can directly be applied to this magnificent novel by Susan McKenzie. Seriously, I didn't know what I was in for when I picked up this book! The synopsis makes this seem… Continue reading #BookReview Tamisan by Susan McKenzie

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#BookReview I Am Radar by Reif Larsen

I am Radar by Reif Larsen is a character study of a black man born to white parents. This book was very slow and hard for me to read, I have to be upfront about that. The book is written beautifully and Reif Larsen is a terrific writer, but I just couldn't get into this… Continue reading #BookReview I Am Radar by Reif Larsen