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The Faded Sun Trilogy: Kesrith, Shon'jir, Kutath
by C.J. Cherryh grim, dry, melancholy, frustrating, riveting, endearing, and tragic are all good words to describe this moving anti-epic. well it looks like there are two more words to add to this list, moving and anti-epic. now how about another: bromantic...

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Lilith's Brood
by Octavia Butler contains the novels Dawn , Adulthood Rites , and Imago from the Earth Journal of Scientific Analyst SLJLK92349UO, Earth Invasion Exploratory Unit one thing became clear to me as I read this trilogy: Octavia Butler is not partial to the hum...

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Top Ten Books Read in 2014
in no particular order: The Story of Harold   by "Terry Andrews" life is all small moments, that’s what’s important, all those mundane moments that accumulate and create a life, a good life – life is good, it really can be! – you didn’t expect the novel to ...

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5 Guilty Pleasures Read in 2014
I don't usually feel much guilt about my various pleasures; "guilt" in general is not a feeling with which I'm too familiar. But I have read about this thing called "guilt" so I think I can imagine what it's supposed to feel like and when it's supposed to o...

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5 Worst Reads of 2015
sadly, most of The Books That I Loathed in 2014 were from one of my favorite genres, Horror. alas! Let's Go Play at the Adams' by Mendal Johnson. It has interesting prose, an intriguingly disturbing premise, and a very specific world view. The problems for ...

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The Virgin Soldiers
by Leslie Thomas Synopsis they don't stay virgins for long! Review time to strip down... for the British soldiers stationed in late 40s-early 50s Malaya at the Panglin Base on Singapore Island, there is one element that impacts them all: the intense, pervas...

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Midnight Sun: The Complete Stories of Kane
by Karl Edward Wagner Karl Edward Wagner was many things: originally trained as a psychiatrist (a profession he ended up rejecting), a longtime editor of the influential Year's Best Horror and Fantasy series, a poet, a writer of dark horror, an alcoholic (i...
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