Review: “Wool” by Hugh Howey


5 stars. Quite simply, this is one of the best sci-fi books I've ever read. And that's saying something, from someone who owns nearly 2,000 books, most of them sci-fi.

Review: “Wool” by Hugh Howey2016-10-26T19:04:24+00:00

5 Stars: “On Writing” by Stephen King


From On Writing is both a textbook for writers and a memoir of Stephen's life and will, thus, appeal even to those who are not aspiring writers. If you've always wondered what led Steve to

5 Stars: “On Writing” by Stephen King2016-10-26T19:04:28+00:00

4 Stars for “Spellbound” by J. K. Barber


Spellbound is about the adventures of two young people, twin sisters who have known community and family their entire lives. Along the way, they befriend a mysterious stranger who has been alone for as long

4 Stars for “Spellbound” by J. K. Barber2016-10-26T19:04:29+00:00

3 Stars for “7th Sigma” by Steven Gould


Welcome to the territory. Leave your metal behind, all of it. The bugs will eat it, and they’ll go right through you to get it…Don’t carry it, don’t wear it, and for god’s sake don’t come here

3 Stars for “7th Sigma” by Steven Gould2016-10-26T19:04:29+00:00

4/5 for Darker Things


4 of 5 stars for Darker Things (The Lockman Chronicles, Book 1) by Rob Cornell Rob Cornell does a good job guiding us through the premise of this book, presumably the first in a series

4/5 for Darker Things2016-10-26T19:04:29+00:00

5 Stars: “Seed” by Ania Ahlborn


5 of 5 stars to Seed by Ania Ahlborn I'll freely admit it: I don't generally like horror, other than the occasional Stephen King, and even that is falling by the wayside these days. And

5 Stars: “Seed” by Ania Ahlborn2016-10-26T19:04:30+00:00
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