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Artemis by Andy Weir

I imagine Andy Weir was a bit daunted by the prospect of following his surprise blockbuster, The Martian, with a new novel. Most authors build their skill and readership over numerous books, so that by the time they write that … Continue reading

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Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine

I discovered an excellent new (to me) writer a couple of weeks ago — though I have to admit her name is so familiar, I keep thinking we must have met somewhere in the labyrinth of the writer’s world: a … Continue reading

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Swan Song by Robert McCammon

One of my all-time favorite books by one of my favorite authors — Robert McCammon. I’ve read Swan Song three times, plus listened to the audio book. There is no other book that I’ve read that many times.  The eBook … Continue reading

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The Queen of Bedlam Book Review

I love audio books. IMO, a good reader can make a good book better, while a not-so-good reader can hurt a book. I always have an audio book in my car — and a half-dozen waiting on my iPod. The … Continue reading

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One Second After by William R. Forstchen

Apocalypse / post-apocalypse books are my favorite sub-genre of books. (If there was such a list, I’m sure I would have read most of the biggies. And no, Dystopian is not the same thing and does not count.) So, ONE … Continue reading

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