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Book Review: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

Book Review: Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! I’ve always said to my husband that if I ever degenerate to a state where I’m no longer self-aware, or where my dignity no longer remains, then it’s time to pull the plug on my life. After all,...

Book Review: 172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad

Book Review: 172 Hours on the Moon by Johan Harstad

  Oddly enough, the day I began reading 172 Hours on the Moon I also read that Neil Armstrong had agreed to give a rare interview, a coup wrangled by an accountant, of all people. The Armstrong interview was newsworthy in that he has been famously tight-lipped about his experience on the moon, helping to fuel conspiracy theories about whether we’ve...

Book Review: Revived by Cat Patrick

Book Review: Revived by Cat Patrick

In order to intelligently discuss this book, I’m going to discuss some elements of this book that you may consider to be “spoilers”. But really, if you’re afraid of spoilers, why are you reading reviews anyway? Though Daisy Appleby is surely the world record holder for Most Times Deceased and Revived, she’s not going to end up in...

Book Review: Fear by Michael Grant

Book Review: Fear by Michael Grant

 Note: this review is for book five in a series, and will no doubt contain spoilers Regular readers of this site will know that both my husband and I are ardent fans of Michael Grant’s Gone series. And the recently released Fear, the penultimate volume in the sextet, is quite possibly my favourite outing in this excellent series yet. It’s been more...

Book Review: From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne

Book Review: From the Earth to the Moon by Jules Verne

  If there’s one thing that I’ve learned from watching American TV, it’s that Americans really do like their guns. Or really, anything that makes other stuff go boom. If Jules Verne’s humorous novella From the Earth to the Moon is anything to go by, this is a widely observed fact, and has been for a good deal of time now. The...

Book Review: BZRK by Michael Grant

Book Review: BZRK by Michael Grant

  In Michael Grant’s BZRK, there’s a war taking place. A war at both the macro and nano levels. In my house, whenever a Michael Grant book arrives, a similar war takes place. The battle to be the first to read it. Unfortunately, my fiance is larger than I am, and has rather a smaller to-read pile, so his supremacy in this area is...

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