Category Archives: Best

The Windup Girl

 What’s it to be this week? A good one or a bad one? We have plenty of bads  in the pipeline unfortunately, so since it’s summer let’s give you guys a best rated one. Some might ask why we bother … Continue reading

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In Conversations With Strangers

In Conversations with Strangers This is a book that is difficult to assign to a genre. We suppose Literary Fiction would be the most fitting. In any case it would not have been a usual read for any of our … Continue reading

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Final Price

Final Price Okay, so we love new takes on ideas that should have been obvious (like why didn’t I think of that) but no one has done until now. “Final Price’ fits that to a tee. It’s about a serial … Continue reading

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Afterlife

Afterlife by Ed Morawski It’s not far in the future and the earth has become overpopulated. There are more people than food and everyone is on the verge of starving. The world government is desperately seeking a solution before utter … Continue reading

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Monsters of the Apocalypse

Human kind isn’t meant to be free; helium balloons are free. – from Monsters of the Apocalypse We love to uncover hidden gems that too many people have never heard of. In this case only 17 people have reviewed it … Continue reading

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To The Survivors

‘To The Survivors ‘ is the other book that caused conflict among our reviewers this month (besides ‘Here & There’). This book also ignited an editorial crisis of sorts. If a book is poorly written but packs an emotional wallop … Continue reading

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Here & There

Two books caused quite a disagreement among our reviewers this month: ‘To the Survivors’ and this one ‘Here & There’. The controversy revolved around whether they were Best or Worst! Some reviewers considered ‘Here & There’ to be a masterpiece … Continue reading

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The Silla Project

‘The Silla Project’, though written in 2012, couldn’t be more timely. It is the story of an American scientists, who for pretty good reasons of hate toward the U.S. goes to North Korea to help them develop an atomic bomb. … Continue reading

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American Elsewhere

 Every once in a while a book comes along that blows your mind. American Elsewhere was one of those for us! Rarely does a novel comes along so awesomely bizarre!. A mind breaking mixture of early Stephen King and ‘Lost’. … Continue reading

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