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reviewed The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter. January 01, 2013
The Boy Who Played With Dark Matter
Set at the dawn of the 22nd Century, this is about a young boy whose view of the world is turned upside down.      Zeddy lives with his parents, Zane and Zadie. The world is under …
reviewed Lectus: Empty by Suzanne Weyn. September 09, 2012
Lectus: Empty by Suzanne Weyn
How would our lives be if the world ran out of fuel? The world is running out of fuel and because of theses there’s food shortage, no electricity, and chaos… I think this is what Weyn was …
reviewed Arena one by Morgan Rice. August 30, 2012
Arena one by Morgan Rice
I picked this book because some reviews compare it to Hunger Games. But I have to say that the only similarity between these two is that both books are about fighting/surviving for entertainment.   …
reviewed Railsea by China Mieville. August 30, 2012
Railsea by China Mieville
I had read about how great this book is and how Mieville got inspired on Moby-Dick to write it that I thought I was actually going to enjoy it. But nope this one went to the list of ‘abandoned’ …
reviewed Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne. August 25, 2012
Monument 14 by Emmy Laybourne
Firstable, this book is a great read for boys!      I’d been waiting to read this book for a while and I’m glad it didn’t disappoint me. What I liked most of …
reviewed Socialpunk. April 23, 2012
Socialpunk
First of a trilogy, this novel is about a near-future world ravaged by environmental collapse. As usual, things are not always what they seem to be.      Ima is a teenage girl of Asian …
reviewed The Immortality Virus. June 08, 2011
The Immortality Virus
Imagine a future where all the sicknesses of old age have been eradicated. Sounds heavenly, right? But that’s not how it seems in Christine Amsden’s wonderfully imagined dystopia, The Immortality …
posted a Quick Tip about A Scanner Darkly. July 01, 2010
A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
Dick is a great author
reviewed A Scanner Darkly. June 22, 2010
A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
This is Philip K's hyper-paranoia book. Of course, all of his books to some degree rely heavily on knowing the difference between "reality" and the totally subjective; but only in A Scanner …
reviewed Nomansland. June 07, 2010
Nomansland
Keller lives a strict and controlled life with all women in Foundland. They are each assigned tasks, and are expected to carry them out in perfect order and with complete obedience in order to avoid the …
reviewed Nomansland. May 19, 2010
Nomansland
Nomansland is a pretty good story about a group of Amazon-type women who live in a postapocaliptic world. Their world is one which is tightly governed by rules and restrictions. Girls strictly are raised …
reviewed Nomansland. April 28, 2010
Nomansland
Lesley Hauge's "Nomansland" delivers a post-apocalyptic punch meant to deliver a message to pre-teen and teenage girls regarding modern lifestyles.     Depicting a world where some …
reviewed The Line. March 07, 2010
The Line
The Line was intriguing, mysterious, and wonderfully suspenseful!     When I first started, I had no idea what to expect. Hall fills the reader in easily on the details of the world …
reviewed The Line. March 04, 2010
The Line
Far away from the overcrowded cities where the oppressive government tyrannizes its people and the only thing that ensures a decent life is money, Rachel and her mother live and work quietly on The Property, …
reviewed A Scanner Darkly. August 26, 2009
A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
We're coming into the home stretch, folks. You and I have gone through some of Philip K. Dick's best work, such as "Martian Time-Slip" and "Dr. Bloodmoney" and "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch ". …
reviewed A Scanner Darkly. November 09, 2008
A Scanner Darkly by Philip K. Dick
Jerry Fabin is covered in aphids. Or at least he thinks so, spending most of his time in the shower. His friend Charles Freck tries to help, but eventually must take Jerry to New-Path, a center to help …
reviewed The Book of Lazarus. November 02, 2007
The Book of Lazarus
Pros: The book feels good in my hands     Cons: That the book exists at all     The Bottom Line: There is no reason to read this even if you like experimental fiction.  & …
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