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The Continuum

by John M. Murray

"The Continuum" packs a staggering amount of well drawn world-building into a short space, making for enough time travel adventure to launch a series. A seasoned time travel agent finds herself embroiled in an intense rescue assignment... Read More

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Ambiguity Machines

by Danny Gardner

The best science fiction requires a protagonist who normalizes the fantastic to tell their story. Vandana Singh’s Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories achieves this and more, with a bold collection of stories about fate, worth, and... Read More

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The Prophesy Gene

by J. G. Stinson

"The Prophesy Gene" is an intriguing ecological thriller and adventure. Stuart D. Schooler’s "The Prophesy Gene" is a complex eco-thriller that employs elements of science fiction to draw its points out. Cousins Sarah and Michael... Read More

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The Sasquatch Murder

by Susan Waggoner

"The Sasquatch Murder" is an accomplished and thoroughly enjoyable tale, the kind of book one is sorry to finish because it’s such good company. No typical bigfoot tale, Jeffery Viles’s "The Sasquatch Murder" is a genre-bending novel... Read More

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Blowback '63

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Blowback ’63 is a unique blend of historical fiction, romance, and time travel filled with convincing conflict and compelling young adult characters. Brian Meehl’s Blowback ’63 continues the adventures of fraternal twins Arky and... Read More

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by Gregory A. Lowe

Thomas Locke’s science fiction straddles the line between tragic and comedic, striking a perfect balance. "Renegades", by Thomas Locke, is a sci-fi adventure with a cavalcade of distinct characters and well-described action. Among the... Read More

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