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Review: “Labyrinth Lost,” Zoraida Cordova

Pros: Fascinating Cons: Powers become generic Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Labyrinth Lost (Brooklyn Brujas), by Zoraida Cordova, is billed as a young adult book (not surprising, given the themes of finding oneself and growing into our power), but it’s

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Review: “Final Scream,” David Brookover

Pros: The beginning, when things were still being newly discovered Cons: Go find a tabletop gaming rules lawyer to fix the gaping plot holes Rating: 2 out of 5 David Brookover’s Final Scream is about a TV reality show in

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Review: “The Travelers,” Chris Pavone

Pros: Fantastically screwed-up espionage tale! Cons: Can get confusing! Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Chris Pavone’s The Travelers is an espionage tale in which Will Rhodes, a travel writer, is seduced by lovely Elle. She keeps a video of that

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Review: “Hunters in the Dark,” Lawrence Osborne

Pros: Incredibly vivid sense of place Cons: From the description I expected more conspiracy and thrills Rating: 4 out of 5 Lawrence Osborne’s Hunters in the Dark is “a sophisticated game of cat and mouse” set in Cambodia. After being

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Review: “Admiral,” Sean Danker

Pros: Fantastic characters; entertaining and engrossing! Cons: I’d like to know a little more about what happened pre-story Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Admiral (An Evagardian Novel), by Sean Danker, gives us thrills and chills with a nice dollop of

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Review: “Shock”, K.R. Griffiths

Pros: Very short entry in the series Cons: Not all that much to it. Rating: 3 out of 5 K.R. Griffiths’ Shock (Wildfire Chronicles Vol. 2), also available bundled in the Wildfire Chronicles: Volumes 1-4, continues our story from part

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Review: “Cold Barrel Zero,” Matthew Quirk

Pros: Quite a back-and-forth military thriller Cons: Gets a bit confusing in places Rating: 4 out of 5 In Matthew Quirk’s Cold Barrel Zero an old special ops team is coming back together with two purposes: to clear their names,

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Non-Review: “The Lost Labyrinth,” Gilliam Ness

The Lost Labyrinth (The Last Artifact Trilogy Book 2) just lost me. I barely managed to hang in there with Book One: The Dark Rift. Today I can go no further. Male lead (Gabriel) lectures female lead (Natasha) on how

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Review: “The Dark Rift,” Gilliam Ness

Pros: Good vs. evil is a good basic structure Cons: Most of the characters Rating: 2 out of 5 In Gilliam Ness’s The Dark Rift (The Last Artifact Trilogy Book 1), the world may well end for all of the

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Review: “14,” Peter Clines

Pros: My favorite blend: SF, horror, and adventure Cons: Some slow spots Rating: 4.5 out of 5 In Peter Clines’s 14 Nate finds himself moving into a suspiciously cheap apartment in LA. The neighbors are quite the group: the artist

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