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Imminent Dawn (Empathy # 1) by R.R Campbell

Imminent Dawn (Empathy # 1) by R.R Campbell

Posted February 1, 2019 by Ari Augustine in Book Reviews, Home / 0 Comments

About the book (via Goodreads): Four people. One study. The internet-access brain implant to bind or destroy them all. Art-school dropout Chandra would do anything to apologize for her role in her wife’s coma—including enroll in the first round of human trials for an internet-access brain implant. At first, the secretive research compound is paradise, […]

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Winter Of Summers By Michael Faudet

Winter Of Summers By Michael Faudet

Posted January 1, 2019 by Ari Augustine in Book Reviews, Home / 0 Comments

In case you missed the memo, I’ll restate this for the record: I FREAKING LOVE POETRY. Pretty much every poetry collection that comes out of Andrew McMeel makes it to me, whether by way of the library, Amazon, or gifts, but despite the abundance of poets the publisher cranks out, I pretty much clear my […]

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City of Broken Magic by Mirah Bolender

City of Broken Magic by Mirah Bolender

Posted November 26, 2018 by displacedcactus in Book Reviews, Home / 0 Comments

The description of this book described it as being about a bomb squad that defuses magic weapons. How awesome does that sound? So much urban fantasy focuses on private-eye or police-style characters dealing with murders or disappearances. A magical bomb squad sounded like a nice change of pace. And City of Broken was a change […]

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