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This Broken Book

I try to be kind in my reviews. But I also strive for complete honesty. This review goes more in the direction of the latter. I’m sure the author whose work I am about to criticize is a wonderful person … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #378: The Question of Love

“Love isn’t locking yourselves in or hiding where everything is perfect. Love is facing the world and its tests together, even if you fail them.” – from A Crystal of Time The School for Good and Evil, by Soman Chainani … Continue reading

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Robotic Uprisings: The Deeper Fear

Robots. AI. Man-made life. These are staples in fiction, especially science fiction, featured in countless – and more every year – books, movies, TV shows, games, cartoons, anime, and more. It seems there is practically no limit to all the … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #377: Freedom in Intellectual Freedom

“You need each other’s ideas to really be free.” – FM, ReDawn, by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Peterson This little gem is part of a conversation between FM and Alanik. They are young women from different species and different planets, … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #376: Forgetful Envy

“Rhian had built his whole army on feelings like this. Feelings of people who thought because Tedros was born handsome and rich and a prince, he deserved to fall. To suffer.” – from A Crystal of Time The School for … Continue reading

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The Romanov Rescue

The Romanov Rescue is an alternate-history political and military novel, written by Kacey Ezell, Tom Kratman, and Justin Watson. The premise, as the title would indicate, is the chronicling of an account of what might have happened had someone chosen … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #374: The Promise of Law and Order

“Any kingdom that promises Law and Order surely has neither.” – Lancelot, Quests for Glory The School for Good and Evil, by Soman Chainani When Lancelot says this, he is referring to none other than the infamous Nottingham, with its … Continue reading

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Servants of (Grisly, Gripping, Gruesome) War

If the word “squeamish” applies to you, this is probably not the book for you. Being familiar with Larry Correia’s work in Monster Hunter International and The Saga of the Forgotten Warrior, I can confidently assert that he does not … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #373: Truth Over Lies

“Beware trying to bend the Truth to fit your story instead of facing it head-on… Because the more you bend the Truth to fit a story, the more it turns into Lies without you even realizing it.” – Lancelot, Quests … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #371: Keep it With You

“I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to keep it all the year.” – Ebeneezer Scrooge, A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens Scrooge says this when he faced with the reality of his future, of Christmases yet to … Continue reading

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