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Book Review: We are Legion, (We are Bob)

We are Legion, (We are Bob) Dennis E. Taylor After reading a painful historical fiction based off the life of Wyatt Earp’s wife (painful because it sucked and I finished it anyway), I thought I’d get back into my personal favorite genre, SciFi/Fantasy. This book is short and sweet. It has everything a historical romantic Western doesn’t: Cryogenics, space travel, …

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Book Review – Fingerprints of the Gods

Graham Hancock lays out an interesting theory based on his research that Antarctica housed an advanced civilization before earth crust displacement moved the continent south. It explains why all cultures have a Great Flood myth and why pyramids spring up in unadvanced cultures.   Homeboy makes a good point. Now excuse me while I roll my eyes at history books …

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Book Review – The Magicians by Lev Grossman

Describing this book makes you sound like an idiot. No matter how you do it this is what the receiving ears hear: Harry Potter with sex. But it is far from the cutesy Potteresque fantasy style. There’s a magic school, yes, but It’s dark and realistic and things don’t always work out. No one is super good-looking and almost everyone …

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Book Review: Afterparty – Daryl Gregory

Book Review Afterparty Daryl Gregory, Tor In the future, when any drug recipe can be downloaded and printed, a small startup company invents the recipe for the God drug, Numinous: a chemical that rewires your brain to accept that there is a God and that he loves you. In the wrong hands this drug can be very, very bad. Afterparty …

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