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Solomon the Peacemaker

by Joseph Thompson

Strong writing transforms terrorists and freedom fighters into complex, believable characters in this powerful dystopian nightmare. In this amazing novel, Hunter Welles blurs the line between social science fiction (in its dystopian... Read More

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State of Being

by Joseph Thompson

Forceful storytelling and complex characters make this sci-fi thriller the perfect finale for an amazing cyberpunk trilogy. Wrapping up the God Head Trilogy, the standout science-fiction series of the decade, Sven Michael Davison’s... Read More

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State of Union

by Joseph Thompson

A strong plot drives this cyberpunk thriller and its warning of the dangers inherent in man’s merger with technology. One of the best cyberpunk novels of the millennium, Sven Michael Davison’s "State of Union" pushes the subgenre’s... Read More

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Ambassador to Earth

by Joseph Thompson

With first contact, humanity finally understands it’s not the center of the universe. When Ech, an alien diplomat, lands without warning in Orlando, Florida, Earth’s governments and shadow governments find themselves forced to... Read More

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Eve's Trial

by Joseph Thompson

Albert James’ Eve’s Trial: The Curse is an interesting attempt at creating a cross-genre novel. Combining science fiction and erotica, James tells the story of Sheena, a woman mourning the loss of her daughter, and Tish, a... Read More

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Vermin from Space

by Joseph Thompson

In comedy parlance, a throwaway joke gets delivered in a casual, easy manner. Its power comes from the lack of emphasis placed on it. A throwaway works only when the comedian or writer refrains from showing any awareness that he’s even... Read More

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