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Review: Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach

Fortune’s Pawn by Rachel Bach My rating: 4 of 5 stars Magic in space! Woot! I loved it. This was one of the books Ilona Andrews recommended on her blog and it had been sitting in my kindle since that … Continue reading

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Reading *Host* again

So I read Stephanie Meyer’s Host a few years ago. After I finished it I couldn’t understand why more people hadn’t read it or even heard about it. My exposure to science fiction has been mostly through Star Trek (Original, … Continue reading

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Exchange by Rachel Rossano (A review)

Exchange by Rachel Rossano My rating: 3 of 5 stars For a novella it is actually a pretty decent one. I start with ‘for a novella’ because usually the limitation of words either results in a rush of sequences or … Continue reading

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Silver Shark by Ilona Andrews (a review)

    Silver Shark by Ilona Andrews My rating: 5 of 5 stars 4.85/5 (one must be very clear about these things) =D I’ll begin by the worst fault of the book – the absolutely heinous, most maddening, unpardonable of all      its … Continue reading

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