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Pacific Fire by Greg van Eekhout

I was a big fan of California Bones by Greg van Eekhout. I like when books bring something new and interesting to the fantasy world and California Bones had that by the bucket loads. The magic system of consuming bones (and other body parts) to draw power is still fascinating…. Read the Rest »

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

I usually read Neil Gaiman novels right when they come out but for some reason this time I waited. I wanted to save it for a time that I knew I could use a little boost. A little word magic and imagination endorphins. I don’t know why this was the… Read the Rest »

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Confessions of a Secret Shy Guy

When I tell people that I have overcome extreme shyness I am often met with looks of doubt. Not that people don’t believe that I have overcome it, just most people have a hard time thinking of me as shy. I get that. I have worked hard to beat my… Read the Rest »

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Half the World by Joe Abercrombie

“You are lucky, Thorn. You are very lucky.” “Doubtless. Not every girl gets to be stabbed through the face.” I should just drop the mic and end the review with those quotes because honestly if those lines don’t intrigue you then this is not the book for you. Half the… Read the Rest »

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The Silence by Tim Lebbon

I love a good end of the world novel. I love a good horror novel. I really love monsters. Throw them all together in a blender. Hit the high octane button and you have The Silence. Right now I would read anything Tim Lebbon writes. He has been on a… Read the Rest »

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London Falling by Paul Cornell

One of the things I have most loved in recent years is the absolute explosion of books getting published that experiment with mixing genre. London Falling at its heart is a police procedural. A good old fashion cop story where our heroes painstakingly work through the clues left behind to… Read the Rest »

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Star Wars and Me

I was a young boy when the first Star Wars movie came out. I actually experienced it for the first time in comic book form. I bought number one off a spinner rack because the cover looked interesting. At that time none of my friends had seen the movie. It… Read the Rest »

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I Deal Imagination

Looking back on my life I am a little amused that the first teacher who really tried to get me to read was my third grade teacher Mrs. Llamas. Mrs. Llamas for all outward appearances hated me. She yelled at me frequently. She used to tip my desk over in… Read the Rest »

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