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  1. Anthony G Williams

    Sci-Fi Lost Mars, edited by Mike Ashley

    Lost Mars, edited by Mike Ashley This anthology is subtitled "The Golden Age of the Red Planet" and is a companion volume to the British Library's Moonrise, reviewed in my previous post. Like that book, this one includes some of the more interesting but largely forgotten SF of the past, and...
  2. Jethro

    Horror Annihilation (2018) (10/10)

    "It's not destroying... It's making something new" - Lena Lena's military husband Kane has been missing for about a year and she is not over the dude, which is kind of ironic if you have seen the movie. Anyways she is planning a rock hard weekend of painting the bedroom when who should show up...
  3. ryanseanoreilly

    Color of Magic (Discworld) Review

    A right good romp on the Disc, full of madcap adventure and plenty of wonderment (plus a dash of introspection for good measure)! This is the first book of Pratchett’s long-running Discworld series, and the first gateway into all things Disc (yet it is not the only entry point). The story is...
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