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Posted by Steve on March - 29 - 2014

Pros: The Safehold Series continues to weave a persuasive, rich tale that is immense in range and magnitude, while rich in historical, military, political, and religious thought. It can be complex, keeping all of the various story lines straight, but it was an effort I made willingly because I was so interested in the characters.  [ Read More ]

The Transhumanist Wager – Review

Posted by Steve on March - 26 - 2014

The Transhumanist Wager is an exciting science fiction thriller that transports you into a world where the topic of science and religion are intermingled within the realms of immortality. The book is also partly a war story where the main character, Jethro Knights, is exiled and forced to fight for his beliefs when the world  [ Read More ]

Words of Radiance

Posted by Steve on March - 6 - 2014

If you love epic fantasy, you have probably discovered Brandon Sanderson already, but you should read this series in any case. I haven’t read Way of Kings yet because I was so intimidated by its length, but it is 100% worth the time investment. Words of Radiance is fast paced and doesn’t suffer from second-book  [ Read More ]

Free e-book Devouring Darkness

Posted by Steve on February - 21 - 2014

With Devouring Darkness, I found myself sucked into an imaginative world full of new ideas and realistic characters. I was enthralled from the very beginning and can’t wait to see what comes next. Intelligent, motivated characters help this story build beautifully into the best fight scenes I’ve had the pleasure of reading in a long time.  [ Read More ]

Free Ebook Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions

Posted by Steve on February - 16 - 2014

Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions is an 1884 satirical novella by the English schoolmaster Edwin Abbott Abbott. Writing pseudonymously as “A Square”, the book used the fictional two-dimensional world of Flatland to offer pointed observations on the social hierarchy of Victorian culture. However, the novella’s more enduring contribution is its examination of dimensions. The  [ Read More ]

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