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Review: “The Harvest,” Chuck Wendig

Pros: Plenty of plot twists, tragedies, and excitement Cons: … Rating: 4.5 out of 5 Chuck Wendig’s The Harvest (The Heartland Trilogy Book 3) takes place roughly one year after the Saranyu flotilla fell to the corn. Lane is now

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Review: “Blightborn,” Chuck Wendig

Pros: Very tense; the Blight is fascinating Cons: Stereotypes of various kinds Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Chuck Wendig’s Blightborn (The Heartland Trilogy Book 2) is the sequel to Under the Empyrean Sky. Be sure to read this trilogy in

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Review: “Under the Empyrean Sky,” Chuck Wendig

Pros: Fascinating world-building Cons: My pet peeve cliche is back; shallow characters; some logic holes Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Chuck Wendig’s Under the Empyrean Sky (The Heartland Trilogy Book 1) is a fascinating exercise in dystopian world-building. In the

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Review: “Farm Land: Sentience,” G. Lawrence

Pros: Beautifully drawn Cons: So over-the-top black-and-white; endless sermonizing Rating: 3 out of 5 G. Lawrence’s Farm Land: Sentience (The Farm Land Trilogy Book 1) takes place far in the future, after climate change has drowned most of the land

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Review: “The Immune: Omnibus Edition,” David Kazzie

Pros: Deep dive into characters’ heads Cons: Silly, one-dimensional evil corporation Rating: 3 out of 5 David Kazzie’s The Immune: Omnibus Edition is a combination of four books in his series. While it ended in a place that I was

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Review: “The Wired Man,” David Adam Suski

Pros: The use of social media is potentially fascinating Cons: Wanted more social media content; things don’t add up Rating: 2 out of 5 The Wired Man, by David Adam Suski, is about a society in which your social score

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Review: “Eden,” Nathan Evans

Pros: Intriguing Cons: Could use more editing Rating: 3.5 out of 5 Eden, by Nathan Evans, takes place in a dystopian future. Much of the city the story takes place in is burned out, ruined, and eroded away. There’s an

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