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Aug30

The Mission, the Men, and Me by Pete Blaber – Book Review

The Mission, the Men, and Me by Pete Blaber is a non-fiction book detailing the true stories of a former Delta Force commander. What might be surprising for you to know is that I was introduced to this book by a video game called Medal of Honor. It was... 

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Aug02

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman – Book Review

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman is, for lack of a better description, The Sandman comics in novel form. Neverwhere may not have Gods, or dream weavers, or scary men with teeth for eyes, but it is a creative exploration of dreams and pure imagination.  And unfortunately, I was not a fan.  I know, I... 

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Jul26

Ascendant by J.S. Devey – Book Review

Ascendant by J.S. Devey is a debut novel that shares many similarities with movies like Independence Day, The Day the Earth Stood Still, and War of the Worlds. Unfortunately, the exciting premise of water-based aliens destroying the Earth fails to live up to expectations.  Ascendant begins with Kristen Combs, a marine... 

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Jan25

Old Man’s War by John Scalzi – Book Review

John Scalzi’s Old Man’s War invites you to a world where getting old is passé. The catch is, once you decide to be young again, you give up your life to serve in the military. Before I start, I have to state that it’s been more than a year... 

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Jan18

Declared Hostile by Kevin Miller – Book Review

In Kevin Miller’s Declared Hostile (Book #2 of Raven One) getting promoted can be fatal. Does the sequel to the astoundingly excellent Raven One hold up against its predecessor? The answer is . . . no. This will be a difficult review for me to write because I adored... 

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