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    Book Review: Auxiliary London 2039 by Jon Richter

    It has been three days since I finished reading Auxiliary: London 2039. I received the book directly from the publisher and I am so glad I read it. Thank you so much, Jon Richter and the team at TCK Publishing for sending me a copy of the book. I thoroughly enjoyed it! So what did I think about it? Read on the find out. About The Book The silicon revolution left Dremmler behind, but a good detective is never obsolete. London is quiet in 2039—thanks to the machines. People stay indoors, communicating through high-tech glasses and gorging on simulated reality while 3D printers and scuttling robots cater to their every…

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    Book Review: Stormblood by Jeremy Szal

    Where do I even begin to talk about Stormblood? I have hardly read any science fiction novels so this would be a first. Did I enjoy it? Read on to find out. About The Book Vakov Fukasawa used to be a Reaper, a biosoldier fighting for the intergalactic governing body of Harmony against a brutal invading empire. Now, he fights against the stormtech: the DNA of an extinct alien race Harmony injected into him, altering his body chemistry and making him permanently addicted to adrenaline and aggression. It made him the perfect soldier, but it also opened a new drug market that has millions hopelessly addicted to their own body…

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    Book Review – The Things We Do When We’re Dead by Charlie Laidlaw

    My Rating – 4/5 Stars Lorna Love is a promising Law student whose life was brought to a halt in a road accident on the day of the London tube bombing. Heaven isn’t what she expected and the afterlife gives her a choice. But what will she choose? I just finished reading The Things We Learn When We’re Dead and I cannot even begin to describe the emotions that are going through me right now. The Things We Learn When We’re Dead is my first author collaboration and I am so excited to be writing this review. The book isn’t what I am used to. Going through my past reviews you should…