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Review: Legionnaire

Legionnaire: Galaxy’s Edge, Book 1 Author: Jason Anspach; Genre: Sci-Fi; Format: Kindle ebook. A pure military story from the POV of an enlisted member of a special forces unit. The sergeant and his legionnaires are in the middle of what’s supposed to be a diplomatic mission on a hostile planet when all hell breaks loose. It’s […]

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Review: Star Splinter

Star Splinter: Fractured Space Book 1; Author: J G Cressey; Genre: Science-Fiction; Format: Kindle eBook; Published: 2015. Overall, I enjoyed the story, although I wish the author would allow a professional editor to clean up the narrative; there were missing words and questionable usage and grammar errors throughout the Kindle version. A bunch of misfits

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Review: The Martian

The Martian by Andy Weir Genre: Science-fiction Format: Audio This is a great adventure story that includes lots of technical language and scientific explanations. Astronaut Watney has been accidentally left on Mars when the rest of his crew leaves during an emergency. He must survive by reworking equipment that was meant for the short term,

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Review: Earth Abides

Earth Abides by George R. Stewart Genre: science-fiction, apocalyptic Format: Audio This book starts out like many other end-of-times novels. A terrible disease has quickly wiped out most of humanity, leaving very few alive. The technique the author uses to lead the main character to discovery is very clever, and I was hooked. The book

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