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Review: Outpost (The Fylking Book One) by F.T. McKinstry

★★★★½ Outpost (The Fylking #1)

Math is a world of cosmic connections.  The Fylking, an immortal race of warriors from the Otherworld, use a series of gates to travel to and from their outposts in this realm.  The kingdoms of Math, specifically Dyrregin, serve as garrisons in the Fylking’s interdimensional war with their ancient enemy, the Niflsekt.  …

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Review: Pages in the Wind by Sally Saylor De Smet

★★★★★ Pages in the Wind by Sally De Smet

Pages in the Wind by Sally Saylor De Smet is a page-turning psychological thriller that grabs the reader’s attention right from the start.

Emily Quinn is detained at the San Francisco County Jail after the brutal murder of her father.…

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Review: The Tut Clone Contracts by Jan Issaye Berkhout

★★★½ The Tut Clone Contracts by Jan Issaye Berkhout

The year is 2020, and leading scientific minds work on their top secret project: the cloning of King Tut. With hopes of furthering their research, they happily engage in borderline practices, using fertility clinic hopefuls in their eccentric and inscrutable experimentation.…

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Review: Just Love Everybody by Greg Ware

★★★★½ Just Love Everybody: Father Time is running out on Mother Nature by Greg Ware

The year is 2031, and while technology has advanced every field of science, there’s still many mysteries to solve and theories to prove. Enter Dr. Jake Love: a renowned obstetrician, a specialist in delivery, childbirth, and natal care. Dr. Love isn’t just lucky in the name department either, as by some kind of happenstance he is granted the chance to spend just one day with anyone in history.…

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