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Clouds and Earth

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Clouds and Earth" is a twisting and turning science fiction thriller. Corporate espionage meets the moral quagmire of war in Sayde Scarlett’s science fiction novel "Clouds and Earth". Lieutenant Alisande “Sandy” Attiyeh is a... Read More

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Longevity

by John M. Murray

"Longevity" is a unique thriller with glimmers of social and moral commentary. In Rolf Margeanu’s unique thriller "Longevity", a team discovers the means to extend human lifespans and catches the attention of the wrong people in the... Read More

Book Review

Zero Bomb

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Even a surveillance state can’t see everything. M. T. Hill’s "Zero Bomb" is set in a near-future England. Industries have been automated for ease, non-Christian religions have been abolished, people are digitally tracked, and many... Read More

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The Book of Flora

by Michelle Anne Schingler

In the aftermath of Nowhere, but still carrying the legacy of the Unnamed with them, Eddy, Ina, Alice, and the rest of the residents who survived the rapacious and dictatorial Lion are left with one overarching, reinforced truth: a... Read More

Book Review

30th Century

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Science fiction and erotica both make their way into this complicated novel. Mark Kingston Levin’s novel 30th Century: Revived combines elements of science fiction, erotica, and a political thriller into a novel that sometimes seems... Read More

Book Review

Slower

by Nancy Powell

"Slower" is creative superhero story, deft in its use of history and physics to make the implausible seem plausible. In Ted Shepherd’s coming-of-age novel "Slower", a teenager contends with the life-changing and history-changing... Read More

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