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Review: Look to Windward (Culture, #7)

Ah yes, another Culture novel visited. From the end of the Idirian war, it’s long felt after effects and early Special Circumstance meddling (botched.) What could be better? The story sits on Masaq orbital, holding many billions of lives in its balance. Zooming in further to the life of a Chelgrian composer named Ziller. Who […]

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Review: Grey Sister (Book of the Ancestor #2)

On closing this screening from Netgalley (thankyou) I say.. Mark you devilish bastard! On the heels of Red Sister, we are committed to knowing how this child Nona and her cohorts are going to be raised, trained, and where they will happen upon in a world that is closing in. Ice walls, literally. With only […]

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Review: Only Human (Themis Files, #3)

I think I had a logarithmic star rating. over the course of the read: 4-3-4* Themis file #3. What a trip we have been on. In the first novel, I had some issues with the total file construct. It was novel but it wore on me over time. The second book really had a good […]

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Review: Persepolis Rising (The Expanse, #7)

Just.. wow.. If you’ve made it this far you have to be an Expanse fan and if you are a fan there is no way you can be disappointed with this book. If you are I want you to tell me why. To me you have every plot element necessary to facilitate a great story […]

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Review: Raven Stratagem

Raven Stratagem by Yoon Ha Lee My rating: 4 of 5 stars I read some peers reviews of this before I dove in and I agree with their assessments. Who stole our Yoon Ha Lee and replaced him with someone who explains things. XD I fully expected this to be a mind warp of digging […]

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Review: A Conjuring of Light

A Conjuring of Light by V.E. Schwab My rating: 4 of 5 stars A beautiful book and a really neat series. I like that it was a true trilogy and that it ended, even though I’d have loved to see more and I do hope the author may revisit the world because there is a […]

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Review: Babylon’s Ashes (The Expanse, #6)

Babylon’s Ashes, the 6th book in The Expanse Series by James S.A. Corey What an amazing book. Maybe absence from the series makes the heart grow fonder. Maybe it’s a timeliness of reading it with our nation the way it seemingly is. Maybe it’s just a good damn book. Any of the ways, I enjoyed […]

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