Posts Categorized: Science Fiction

Review: Silver Shark (Kinsmen #2) by Ilona Andrews

Review: Silver Shark (Kinsmen #2) by Ilona Andrews

This right here. I loved this. LOVED. I’m not sure what I was expecting when I started Silver Shark. I’d just finished reading Silent Blade and I *guess* I was expecting it to be more like Silent Blade. Silver Shark both is and is not like Silent Blade. The books… Read more »

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Review: Silent Blade (Kinsmen #1) by Ilona Andrews

Review: Silent Blade (Kinsmen #1) by Ilona Andrews

Another good one from the Andrews! I’m such a fan. I’ve heard of Silent Blade (and the Kinsmen series) before but I often get caught up in the more recent work released by Ilona Andrews. I ended up finally getting to Kinsmen deep in an Ilona Andrews glomming: I’d read… Read more »

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Review: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #20 by Alex de Campi & Neil Googe (Illustrator)

Review: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #20 by Alex de Campi & Neil Googe (Illustrator)

I’m not much of a comic book or graphic novel reader. I can’t really deal with all the pictures and colors – a little too much stimulation for me. I will read the occasional comic, however. Especially if I’m excited about the content. So it should come as no surprise… Read more »

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Review: Lion and the Falcon (Furry United Coalition #4) by Eve Langlais

Review: Lion and the Falcon (Furry United Coalition #4) by Eve Langlais

Lion and the Falcon is the thirteenth (13) book I’ve read using the Scribd service and the fourth book in the Furry United Coalition (FUC) series by Eve Langlais. This book is currently on sale at Kobo for $3.99. I am a long standing Eve Langlais fan so I did… Read more »

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Review: The Minority Report by Philip K. Dick *light spoilers*

Review: The Minority Report by Philip K. Dick *light spoilers*

In the world of “The Minority Report,” Commissioner John Anderton is the one to thank for the lack of crime. He is the originator of the Precrime System, which uses “precogs”–people with the power to see into the future–to identify criminals before they can do any harm. Unfortunately for Anderton,… Read more »

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Video Game Review: The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing (PC Only)

Video Game Review: The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing (PC Only)

The core concept originates from one of the protagonists in Bram Stoker’s Dracula, namely Van Helsing, the legendary vampire hunter, in this case set in a similar universe that resembles Europe in the 19th century, where monsters, magic and weird technology is real. Our protagonist is the son of the… Read more »

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Hot Alpha SEALs Anthology Review:  Delta: Retribution by Cristin Harber

Hot Alpha SEALs Anthology Review: Delta: Retribution by Cristin Harber

  Fallen Navy SEAL and Titan Group’s Delta recruit Trace Reeves wants nothing more than a one-night stand to forget that his twin brother was killed-in-action. But when his one-time fling becomes his high value target, the lines blur between her rescue mission and saving himself.     Another book… Read more »

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Review: Bone Rider by J. Fally *light spoilers*

Review: Bone Rider by J. Fally *light spoilers*

“A cowboy, an alien, and three hit men walk into a bar…” O.M.G! This was one wild ride and I love every single second of it! This review is almost impossible to write, I just enjoyed it so much that my thoughts are just a jumble of squees, lol. WOW…. Read more »

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