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Review: “Saltblood,” T.C. Parker

Rating: 5 out of 5 T.C. Parker’s Saltblood is a curious tale in which ancient superstition and horror smack head-on into a futuristic prison. Now that there’s a company capable of scraping ridiculous amounts of information about any person out

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Review: “Elsewhere,” Dean Koontz

Rating: 3 out of 5 Dean Koontz’s Elsewhere is the author’s take on the multiverse theory. Jeffrey/Jeffy and his daughter Amity live by themselves, as Amity’s mother left them a long time ago. A local homeless man, Ed (Amity calls

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Review: “Parasite,” Darcy Coates

Rating: 5 out of 5 Parasite, by Darcy Coates, is less a novel and more a series of short stories that are meant to be read in order. Every story takes place on a different station, starting with Station 331

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Review: “The Void Protocol,” F. Paul Wilson

Rating: 3 out of 5 F. Paul Wilson’s The Void Protocol (The ICE Sequence (3)) picks up with Laura and Rick once again on the outs after his revelation at the end of the previous book. This time, the new

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Review: “Salvo,” H.E. Trent

Rating: 1 out of 5 H.E. Trent’s Salvo (The Jekh Saga) (Volume 3) (also available in The Jekh Saga Collection One: Erstwhile, Crux, and Salvo) focuses on Owen McGarry (the third)–Erin and Court’s older brother. He’s kept very busy on

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Review: “Crux,” H.E. Trent

Rating: 3 out of 5 H.E. Trent’s Crux: A Sci-Fi Romance (The Jekh Saga Book 2) (also available in The Jekh Saga Collection One: Erstwhile, Crux, and Salvo) sees Courtney’s sister Erin and brother Owen (the third) arrive on Jekh.

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Review: “Erstwhile,” H.E. Trent

Rating: 4 out of 5 H.E. Trent’s Erstwhile: A Sci-Fi Romance (The Jekh Saga Book 1) (also available in The Jekh Saga Collection One: Erstwhile, Crux, and Salvo) is an interesting and fun scifi/romance blend. In this story-verse, aliens called

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Review: “The God Gene,” F. Paul Wilson

Rating: 4 out of 5 F. Paul Wilson’s The God Gene: A Novel (The ICE Sequence Book 2) picks up a little after the close of Panacea. Rick Hayden’s adoptive brother Keith (a zoologist) has gone missing. He liquidated all

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Review: “Panacea,” F. Paul Wilson

Rating: 4 out of 5 F. Paul Wilson’s Panacea: A Novel (The ICE Sequence Volume 1) runs on an intriguing premise: what if there’s a “potion” of sorts that can cure… anything? It can bring the recipient back to a

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Review: “Terminus,” Peter Clines

Rating: 5 out of 5 Peter Clines’ Terminus has a relationship of sorts with his earlier novel, 14 [review]. There’s a group called the Family, and they’re essentially a doomsday cult with a twist: they’re looking to destroy a Machine

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