THE DEVIL IN THE WHITE CITY by Erik Larson will captivate readers with the true story of Dr. H.H. Holmes and the Chicago World’s Fair.
JEWEL OF THE STARS – EARTH’S REMNANT by Adam David Collings combines themes from “The Love Boat” and “Star Trek: The Next Generation”.
I’ve started a new series on my YouTube channel: Book Reviews in My Bathrobe.
The first book I chose to review was Jewel of The Stars: Earth’s Remnant by Adam David Collings. The synopsis of the book follows the video.
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I recently read Scott Roche’s short story anthology, The House of Phobos and like a good neighbor I had to review it.
Contributing authors to this book:
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Imagine if you had access to the world’s data with a mere thought. The plethora of ideas and knowledge available to you would shape your life immeasurably.
Now image with that ability comes a restriction. You are free to access all the data but every thought you have must conform to a set of codes and thinking outside of the worldwide zeitgeist would result in physical pain.
That is the world of a debugger in Kerry Neitz’s fantastic cyberpunk novel A Star Curiously Singing.
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John W. Otte’s debut novel, Failstate, follows Robin Laughlin (the secret identity of the titular hero) on a journey of faith and freedom.
Aimed at a Christian YA audience, this Christy Award-nominated novel explores a niche that has yet to be fully explored by Christian authors and is sure to appeal to teen readers. Continue reading ““Failstate” by John W. Otte – Book Review”