Monthly Archives: June 2015

The Northern Star: The End

The Northern Star: The End Michael Gullickson This is the closing book in The Northern Star, Michael Gullickson’s masterful trilogy of dystopian cyberpunk war books. Michael’s books join the select group of sci-fi writers who make war both futuristic and … Continue reading

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Intent

Intent Krista Wagner Raylee is bored. She’s stuck in her home town flipping burgers for her aunt Kim. We hear a fair bit about her boredom before her parents are killed in a car crash and she add grief stricken … Continue reading

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Walk in the Flesh

Walk in the Flesh Peter Bailey This is one of the creepiest books I’ve read in a long time. Neil is a psychopathic soldier who ends up with the choice of dying or becoming a computer program with a chance … Continue reading

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At The Sharp Edge of Lightning.

At The Sharp Edge of Lightning Nicholas Bates This novel is the start of an ambitious project that spans three worlds that exist in separate dimension. In two of the worlds sprites rules, sylvan sprites in Forestlight and sea sprites … Continue reading

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Pulse

Pulse Robert Cook Pulse, by Robert Cook pits Cooch, an Arab-American, and the rest of his team against the nation, or at least the leaders, of Iran in a scenario in which Iran has a nuclear warhead, but primed mostly … Continue reading

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