Along the Razor’s Edge by Rob J. Hayes

There's anger.... and there's thrown-into-the-Pit-by-the-enemy-to-dig-maze-like-tunnels-til-infinity hatred. That's Eskara. She's a young sorceress whose side has lost the war. Her Sources (magic made solid) have been removed from her body, but she still knows things. And every week she is pulled into a room, enticed by fresh food and clean clothes... but she doesn't relent. It's... Continue Reading →

Devil’s Road by Gary Gibson

I don't know if I've ever seen a cover that so perfectly encapsulates what a book brings... so that's how I'm going to organize this review: Dutch McGuire: the expert driver and all around bad ass. She is broken out of prison only to be coerced into competing in the Run, a Mad Max-style race... Continue Reading →

The Unexpected Spy: From the CIA to the FBI, My Secret Life Taking Down Some of the World’s Most Notorious Terrorists Book by Tracy Walder

This memoir follows Tracy Wilder's life as she is recruited out of her USC sorority house into the CIA. She joins the service just before 9/11 and goes into counterintelligence where one of her jobs is to analyze satellite pictures of terrorist encampments looking for evidence of Bin Laden and other key leaders. Tracy is... Continue Reading →

Finna by Nino Cipri

A flytrap chair, dozens of cra-cra clones, and portals into the multiverse... Ava and Jules are chasing a grandmother who has stumbled through the breach... The freshly broken-up queer couple take a futuro-compass into the void that has appeared in the middle of their build-your-own Swedish furniture store. Steeped in bureaucratic corporate culture, relationship possibilities,... Continue Reading →

Jan Shakedown… Feb Outlook

Hi all- A quick post to highlight some of the books I read in January and peek at some of the reviews I'll get to in Feb. Blogging news: I've scaled back a bit. I'm now posting every other day, and oh, what a difference it makes. Two other things: I've become more selective in... Continue Reading →

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