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Operation Shield

Book Review: Operation Shield—A Cassandra Kresnov novel by Joel Shepherd

Cassandra Kresnov is not human. She is a synthetic—a manufactured being that has been designed for violent action. Operation Shield opens with a fight on the planet of Droze, a hive of scum and villainy. It seems that a localized rebellion of her fellow synthetics, or GIs as they are called, has started, and Cassandra …

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Author Interview: Chris Willrich, Part One

Chris Willrich, author of The Scroll of Years, answered a few questions for us about his past jobs, writing, and more! Come take a peek! Chris, you have spent time as a librarian, a job that most people think would be great for an author. Is that true or false and why? True, especially if …

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Author Interview: J.F. Lewis (Part Two)

Cape Rust recently asked J.F. Lewis, the author of Grudgebearer, some questions about writing, gaming, and more. Now read the second part of this interview. Why didn’t you include any maps in Grudgebearer? Well, I drew a map, but I’m a terrible artist. If there are any readers who have cartography skills… If the Aern …

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Author Interview: J.F. Lewis (Part One)

Cape Rust recently asked J.F. Lewis, the author of Grudgebearer, some questions about writing, gaming, and more. Take a look at the first part of this interview. I have read your bio in the back of your books. What else should readers know about you? About me? Nothing. I’d rather readers know my characters. There’s …

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Return of the Discontinued Man

Book Review: The Return of the Discontinued Man by Mark Hodder

It’s 9 p.m. on Feb. 15, 1860, a point in time that will change the course of the future—or at least this future, because you can’t change the past. Or can you? Spring Heeled Jack is back, and he is looking for Sir Richard Burton. Not only is this mythical being back from the future, …

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Desert Moon

Book Review: Desert Moon

Novel by Mark Walker The year is 2341, and Earth has formed a multi-planet confederation. As part of this confederation, Earth is now known as Terra and they have a defense force known as the Terran Defense Force (or TDF). The TDF consists of modern weapons including power-armored tanks and vehicles, which are called CATs. …

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Nebula Awards Showcase 2014

Book Review: Nebula Awards Showcase 2014

This collection of Nebula Award winners has been published annually since 1966, and the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America chose these stories and the editor of the anthology. You’ll find that this collection contains contributions from some of the best of the best, and it includes poems, novels, novellas, short stories, and much …

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Skinwalkers

Review: Skinwalkers (A Pathfinder Tale)

Jenderda has gone home to escape her pirate past. It happens that Jenderda lives in a stark rough island chain known as the Ironbound Archipelago, which is dominated by Nordic culture, longships and all. Jenderda wants to settle down and raise her son away from the swashbuckling life she led. She returned to find her …

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The Redemption Engine

Book Review—The Redemption Engine (Pathfinder Tales)

Salim Ghadafar is an atheist who happens to be the catspaw of the goddess of death. Yes, you read that correctly—he serves a goddess he doesn’t believe in. When the worst of the worst show up dead, yet their souls are unaccounted for, Salim is dispatched to find those souls. His first stop is the …

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The Herald

Book Review: The Herald—The Sundering, Book VI

In The Herald, the final book of the Sundering series, which heralds the latest edition of Dungeons & Dragons, we see the popular world of Faerûn being torn apart by the ambitions not only of Shar, the evil goddess of darkness and mystery, but also by ambitious beings who would like nothing more than to …

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The Sentinel

Book Review: The Sentinel, The Sundering Book V

The Sentinel, Troy Denning 300 pages Wizards of the Coast ISBN-13: 978-0786964598 Kleef is a watchman in the City of Marsember. Though the watch is corrupt and ineffective, the “good” news for the people of Marsember is that they don’t have to worry about that much longer since the city is on the eve of …

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