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Dollhouse Volume 1 by Andrew Chambliss, Jed Whedon, and Maurissa Tancharden

I requested my first batch of reviews on NetGalley.com and totally didn’t expect to get approved for this one, but was so excited when I did. I loved the Dollhouse TV series when it ran and especially loved the two … Continue reading

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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

This is one of the books that I received for my birthday which was only a couple weeks ago and I read it in the span of a few days. I would have read it faster if school didn’t get … Continue reading

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Job: A Comedy of Justice by Robert Heinlein

Posting this super early because I’m going to Gencon this week and won’t have a computer with me! :D Like many Heinlein novels, this one is pretty weird in spots. It also challenges a lot of religious beliefs, and also¬†atheists…. … Continue reading

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Dies the Fire by S.M. Stirling

It’s funny how obsessed we are with stories in post-apocalyptic settings. My dad doesn’t really like them, but me mum and I love them. I asked her once why she liked them so much, and she said because they were … Continue reading

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The Masters of Solitude by Marvin Kaye and Parke Godwin

The Masters of Solitude by Marvin Kaye and Parke Godwin is a classic science fiction with a bit of fantasy that isn’t very well known; it explores a post-apocalyptic world of magic users and a city of technology that has … Continue reading

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