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Review: Broken Glass by V.C. Andrews

Broken Glass by V.C. Andrews
Series: The Mirror Sisters (# 2)
Release Date: February 28, 2017
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Pages: 448
Source: Book provided by NetGalley for review
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Under their mother’s watchful eye, identical twins Haylee and Kaylee Fitzgerald have lived their entire lives in sync. Never alone, never apart, everything about them must be exactly the same: clothes, friends, punishments.

One night, in the darkness of a movie theater, Haylee reveals that she’s leaving to meet up with someone she knows from online.

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Review: Memory Blank by John E. Stith

Memory Blank by John E. Stith
Re-release Date: December 15, 2016
Publisher: ReAnimus Press
Pages: 281
Source: book provided by the author for review
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Cal Donley regains consciousness on the orbital colony Daedalus. It’s a beautiful place, home for more than a million people, but Cal doesn’t remember leaving Earth. In fact, he can’t remember his name or most of the past dozen years.

What disaster has stripped away so much of his memory?

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Review: Manhattan Transfer by John E. Stith

Manhattan Transfer by John E. Stith
Re-release Date: August 1, 2016
Publisher: ReAnimus Press
Pages: 398
Source: book provided by the author for review
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Aliens kidnap Manhattan; read all about it. Manhattan is taken away and placed under a huge clear dome, through which the trapped residents can see dozens of similarly trapped alien cities.

 






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Review: Reunion on Neverend by John E. Stith

Reunion on Neverend by John E Stith
Re-release Date: October 1, 2016
Publisher: ReAnimus Press
Pages: 330
Source: book provided by the author for review
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A man returning for a high school reunion on a distant colony finds an old flame in trouble—trouble that he’s uniquely qualified to deal with.

 






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Review: Redshift Rendezvous by John E. Stith

Redshift Rendezvous by John E. Stith
Re-release Date: November 15, 2016
Publisher: ReAnimus Press
Pages: 323
Source: book provided by the author for review
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One man must stop starship hijackers from using an unusual starship to plunder a wealthy colony. Aboard the Redshift, light moves so slowly you can see its passage, and relativistic tricks are an integral part of shipboard life. Flip a light switch and see the room slowly fill with light.

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Review: Deep Quarry by John E. Stith

Deep Quarry by John E. Stith
Re-release Date: July 1, 2016
Publisher: ReAnimus Press
Pages: 160
Source: book provided by the author for review
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When a private eye undergoing a moral crisis uncovers a long-buried starship that’s still occupied by nasty aliens, he and woman he loves have to overcome them to survive.

Ben Takent is a private eye on a hot, dusty world at the edge of the civilized galaxy. When he’s asked to find out who is stealing artifacts from a 10,000-year-old archaeological dig in the desert, he reluctantly takes the case.

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Throwback Thursday Review: Reckoning Infinity by John E. Stith

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Reckoning Infinity by John E. Stith
Release Date: March 15, 1997
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages: 383
Source: book provided by the author for review
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It’s early in the new millennium, and the outer reaches of our solar system have been explored. Vast orbital stations the size of middle-sized countries dot the system, filled with thriving colonies. Mankind has grown to fill the void and is poised to colonize the stars. The universe seems to be a stable, comfortable place – and the only voices to echo through space have been human.

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Review: Carousel by Jennifer Renson

Carousel by Jennifer Renson
Release Date: August 18, 2015
Publisher: Propel (Pulse)
Pages: 88
Source: book provided by the author for review
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After living in the countryside for years, Princio returns to his homeland, the tiny yet prosperous Kingdom of Lucca, upon the orders of his dying grandfather. Living alone in the annexed building next to the palace, Princio is discovered by the kingdom’s chief doll maker, Feletti, who purposely withholds his knowledge of Princio’s past in order to gain his trust and friendship.

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Review: Dancing with the Flame by Jamieson Wolf

Dancing with the Flame coverDancing with the Flame by Jamieson Wolf
Release Date: February 5, 2016
Publisher: Wolf Flow Press
Pages: 214
Source: book provided by the author for review
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Following the Number One Best Sellers, Talking to the Sky and Walking on the Earth, Dancing with the Flame contains poems that are part memoir and part journey towards self-love.

They are Wolf’s attempt to not only find balance but to love all parts of himself, even those that are most difficult to love

They are a testament to the strength of the human spirit.

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Review: Stars Over Sunset Boulevard by Susan Meissner

Stars Over Sunset Boulevard by Susan Meissner
Release Date: January 5, 2016
Publisher: Penguin Group
Pages: 386
Source: book provided by NetGalley for review
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In this new novel from the acclaimed author of Secrets of a Charmed Life, two women working in Hollywood during its Golden Age discover the joy and heartbreak of true friendship.

Los Angeles, Present Day. When an iconic hat worn by Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With the Wind ends up in Christine McAllister’s vintage clothing boutique by mistake, her efforts to return it to its owner take her on a journey more enchanting than any classic movie…

Los Angeles, 1938.