F. Paul Wilson’s Hosts Review


Hosts is the 5th book in the Repairman Jack series. For those of you who haven’t been introduced, Repairman Jack fixes things, fixes situations that are out of control. When people have a problem caused by illegal behavior, when there may not be a legal answer to the problem, they call Jack. Just Jack, because […]

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F. Paul Wilson’s All the Rage Review


All the Rage is the 4th book in the Repairman Jack series. The story centers around an impossible molecule that becomes inert a month after extraction from its source. All evidence of it (digital image, physical composition, notes on paper) reverts to a different molecule, different substance. Dr. Nadia Radzminsky has been hired to study […]

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F. Paul Wilson’s Legacies Review


Legacies is the 2nd book in the Repairman Jack series. It was the first of his adult series that I read. It seems rather violent after just reading the YA novel Jack: Secret Histories, a prequel to the series. It’s hard to determine if Jack is a good guy or bad. I like the concept […]

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Jim Butcher’s Fool Moon Review


I enjoyed this 2nd book in The Dresden Files more than the first. The murders Dresden (resident wizard, detective consultant extraordinaire) investigates have signs of wolf activity. Not too far in, it’s clear that the subject is werewolves, which may sound a little cliché, except that Butcher takes it a bit further than most authors. […]

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Jim Butcher’s Storm Front Review


I started reading The Dresden Files after watching SyFy Channel’s short-lived TV show based on the books. The show was done well, so I was less excited about this first book then I might have been otherwise. I see the characters from the show in my head as I read, and they are perfect. Dresden […]

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Towers of Midnight Review


The Last Battle approaches. While The Gathering Storm primarily tidied up loose ends that Robert Jordan left open in the previous book, Towers of Midnight is a sort of interim novel that sets everything up for the grand conclusion in the upcoming fourteenth installment. At long last, Rand is finally himself again. We got a […]

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 Review


It’s finally here. Part one of the final Harry Potter movie. It has been almost ten years since I first saw Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, after reading the first few books and waiting impatiently for it to be released. Since then there have been many book and movie releases. After nearly a decade, […]

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George R. R. Martin’s “A Storm of Swords” Review


Whoa. That just about sums-up the third novel of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire in a word. Clocking-in at over 900 pages, it manages to move at a faster pace than its predecessors. A lot happens. Story arcs that have been unresolved for what seems like forever have finally been […]

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The Looking Glass Wars: Arch Enemy


For those who are new to Frank Beddor’s Looking Glass Wars trilogy, the story takes place in the Queendom of Wonderland and it’s surrounding countries, where Alyss, the heir to the throne of Wonderland (and one of the two remaining members of the Heart family) is taken through a the pool of tears (a passage […]

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George R. R. Martin’s “A Clash of Kings” Review


A Clash of Kings continues the events set in motion in A Game of Thrones. The political chessgame continues, and it seems that everyone has decided to name themselves a king. Underneath all of the power-struggles, something darker is on the horizon. Winter is coming. Jon Snow is across the Wall, investigating the supernatural events […]

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