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F Is for France: A Curious Cabinet of French Wonders – Piu Eatwell

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Did you know that French president Félix François Faure was the only known head of state to have died while having an orgasm? How about that at one time in history male impotence was considered a … Continue reading

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Netwalking Space: A Netwalk Sequence Novel – Joyce Reynolds-Ward

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Aliens have attacked Earth before using a Gizmo war machine that destroyed many cities on Earth. Bess and her family managed to confine this machine and stop the destruction. The machine endorsed Bess and her family … Continue reading

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Puzzle of Fate: Is Your Fate Predetermined or Can You Change It? – A. Reza Kamarei

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Puzzle of Fate analyzes fate from a scientific point of view. Many books are discussing this matter whether it is philosophically or through religion. Others have also attempted to discuss this through fiction. However here, we … Continue reading

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Havana Libre – Robert Arellano

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “…now that doctors are malnourished malcontents while dropouts driving tourist taxis are relative millionaires.” Twenty -eight year old Dr. Manolo Rodriguez, a pediatrician for the national medical service in Havana, Cuba, resents how most of the … Continue reading

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Radio Free Vermont: A Fable of Resistance – Bill McKibben

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Vermont on its own will be a lot closer to what Lincoln had in mind for a healthy country.” When is a country just too big to be accountable to all of its citizens? Former radio … Continue reading

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Fall to Earth (Pillars of Fire and Light Sci-Fi Book 1) – Ken Britz

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Fall to Earth is a Sci-fi fantasy novel written about Indiana Beckam. Her life ambition and dream is to be the best swordsman. She joins Arthur Macbabran, a scientist that has invented a device that can … Continue reading

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The Flawed Ones – Jay Chirino

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) We can never be defined by our shortcomings or the conditions we live in, but we can certainly fight and believe that love always conquers all. Our hearts are not touched by our flaws, and that … Continue reading

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Aviation: History of Aviation: Aeroplanes, Balloons and the Zeppelin – From: da Vinci and The Wright Brothers to Modern Fighter Planes. How The Icarus Dream Became a Reality – Henry Stewart

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Aviation: History of Aviation took a subject that I wasn’t particularly interested in and turned it into a fascinating read. It covers quite a lot in just 36 pages. It starts out with humans’ early desire … Continue reading

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Kings Of This World – Peter Bailey

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Kings Of This World is a sci-fi story about Matthew and Jeremy. Matthew wakes up one day noticing that everyone in London has gone crazy. Everyone is basically behaving abnormal, conducting actions that one would not … Continue reading

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Interpretation: (An Artificial Intelligence Dystopian Nightmare) – Dylan Callens

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) I truly think Interpretation is one of the best science fiction novels I have read. It is a dystopian science fiction novel about Carl Winston. He has a son, Liam whom he adores. Everything seems to … Continue reading

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