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reviewed Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi.... March 13, 2011
I was apprehensive about the Kindle. From what I've read of reviews of previous models, it seems I was right to put off buying one of these for so long. I'm extremely impressed by this device for two …
reviewed What is Coming? A Forecast of Things .... February 26, 2011
What is Coming? A Forecast of Things after the War
H. G. Wells is rightfully considered one of the founding fathers of science fiction as a genre. Many of the themes in his science fiction books - time travel, alien invasion, biological manipulation - …
reviewed What is Coming?. February 26, 2011
What is Coming?
H. G. Wells is rightfully considered one of the founding fathers of science fiction as a genre. Many of the themes in his science fiction books - time travel, alien invasion, biological manipulation - …
reviewed Monster in the Mirror - With Bonus Sh.... February 25, 2011
Monster in the Mirror - With Bonus Short Stories
   My sons, even the reluctant readers, used to love R.L. Stine’s books when they were kids. If M.J.A. Ware had been writing then, I’m sure they’d’ve loved his books …
reviewed Hide-n-Go-Coffin and Other Short Stories. February 25, 2011
Hide-n-Go-Coffin and Other Short Stories
   If you’re looking for some scary stories to read around the campfire, at Halloween maybe, with the kids wide-eyed and never going to sleep—well, most definitely never going to …
reviewed Hot Commodity. February 25, 2011
Hot Commodity
Hot Commodity, by Linda Kage, is one sexy, thoroughly grown-up fairy tale with modern-day equivalents of princes, princesses, wicked witches, poisoned apples, the lot. The “royals” trade in …
reviewed 33 Days: Touring In A Van. Sleeping O.... February 25, 2011
33 Days: Touring In A Van. Sleeping On Floors.
33 days and the adventure of a lifetime. Truly one of those periods of time where dreams became reality, if only for the blink of an eye. In 1987, Divine Weeks (Bill, Raj, George, Dave, and their road …
reviewed Falling Star (The Watchers). February 23, 2011
Alan Caruba, a charter member of the prestigious National Book Critics Circle, has this to say about Falling Star.      "It is rare when a novelist makes his debut with as powerful …
reviewed The Hangman's Daughter. February 23, 2011
The Hangman's Daughter
Germany in the middle of the seventeenth century was not the nicest place to live, especially if judged by our own standards. Various German states were almost constantly at war or threatened by war, …
reviewed The Confessions of Saint Augustine (O.... February 23, 2011
The Confessions of Saint Augustine (Optimized for
I first came across St. Augustine's "Confessions" when I was a freshman in college. It was a monumental experience in terms of both the content of his writing and the freshness and relevance of his writing …
reviewed The Confessions of St. Augustine, imp.... February 23, 2011
The Confessions of St. Augustine, improved
I first came across St. Augustine's "Confessions" when I was a freshman in college. It was a monumental experience in terms of both the content of his writing and the freshness and relevance of his writing …
reviewed Malicifer. February 19, 2011
Malicifer
Short stories can be so deceiving. Some you pick up (or open on your computer) like a hurried bite grabbed on the way home from work. But Malicifer’s not like that. Think nouvelle cuisine, the plate …
reviewed Homo Evolutis (Kindle Single). February 17, 2011
Homo Evolutis (Kindle Single)
I am a big techno-geek and I am fascinated with all sorts of recent scientific and technological developments. In recent years the explosion of new discoveries and advancements in biotechnology has considerably …
reviewed Bridge To Happiness. February 16, 2011
Bridge To Happiness
   Author Jill Barnett is a master of the oddly disconcerting image—a bay whose crystalline water is “mythical, like a panoramic image from a Peter Jackson film,” twinkling …
reviewed Barok's Exodus (The Stritonoly Chroni.... February 16, 2011
Barok's Exodus (The Stritonoly Chronicles)
      Barok’s Exodus is the second book in William L.K.’s Stritonly Chronicles. Six years have passed since the events of The Eye of the Storm. Buildings destroyed in the …
reviewed The Eye of the Storm (The Stritonoly .... February 16, 2011
The Eye of the Storm (The Stritonoly Chronicles)
   The plant Stritonly has purple mountains, squat acidel slaves, and a rich Czar whose royal son has secret plans. It has a carefully documented and measured population too, well-regulated …
reviewed Belkin Neoprene Kindle DX Case (Fits .... February 15, 2011
Belkin Neoprene Kindle DX Case (Fits 9.7
When I first got it I was not interested in buying a protective cover for my Kindle DX, but I soon discovered that one is absolutely necessary. I take my Kindle with me to the gym, and after a few trips …
reviewed Star Wars: Darth Maul: Saboteur. February 13, 2011
Star Wars: Darth Maul: Saboteur
This is a short story focused on Darth Maul's role in helping the Trade Federation gain a mining colony. It's not bad, but it's also nothing exceptional. It's fairly short so we don't really get to see …
reviewed The First Men in the Moon. February 13, 2011
The First Men in the Moon
I've long been a fan of H. G. Wells' writing, but never paid much attention to some of his lesser known works. In the end I decided to read "The First Men in the Moon" and found that the book is quite …
reviewed Outwitted (A Sadie Witt Mystery). February 09, 2011
Outwitted (A Sadie Witt Mystery)
Exciting things are once again happening at the lakeside Witt's End Resort in Northern Minnesota. The resort is named after the sisters Sadie and Jane Witt and there is a great deal happening there, even …
reviewed Meditations. February 06, 2011
Meditations
Marcus Aurelius was a Roman emperor from the second part of the second century AD. He is considered the last of the five "good emperors," and he ruled around the time of empire's greatest extent. However, …
reviewed The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius An.... February 06, 2011
The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
Marcus Aurelius was a Roman emperor from the second part of the second century AD. He is considered the last of the five "good emperors," and he ruled around the time of empire's greatest extent. However, …
reviewed Meditations (Optimized for Kindle). February 06, 2011
Meditations (Optimized for Kindle)
Marcus Aurelius was a Roman emperor from the second part of the second century AD. He is considered the last of the five "good emperors," and he ruled around the time of empire's greatest extent. However, …
reviewed The Keep (The Adversary Cycle). February 04, 2011
The Keep (The Adversary Cycle)
During the World War II a small detachment of German soldiers arrives at a remote Romanian mountain pass. Their mission is to stay at the Keep, a mysterious centuries-old fortified structure, and from …
posted a Quick Tip about Jefferson's Road: The Spirit of Resis.... February 01, 2011
Jefferson's Road: The Spirit of Resistance
I've just seen the video trailer for this book and it is edgy and so thought provoking. I just did an interview with this author on my blog. You can read it at http://TheWriteChris.blogspot.com. I do …
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