Junkers
Review Humor

Junkers

I honestly can’t remember when I got “Junkers” by Benjamin Wallace. I assume it was during a sale and then promptly forgot about it. It wasn’t until I was scrolling through my audiobooks, looking for something to relisten to that

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Starlite
Science Fiction Review

Starlite

If you’re looking for an easy science fiction tale that doesn’t take things too seriously, then Starlite by Jonathan Latt is for you. Set hundreds of years into humanity’s future, it has a charming kind of retro-futuristic vibe to it

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[2] Nullform 2꞉ Nullform Series, Book 2
Horror Review

Nullform #2

Waking up after the events of the first, Elb finds himself quickly gaining strength and reputation among the inhabitants of the Outskirts. The life he awoke to in the first isn’t one he can tolerate, either for himself or the

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Borrowed Time
Review Science Fiction

Borrowed Time

This was an odd one, but ultimately a good read. “Borrowed Time” by John Nolte explores themes of immortality, morality, and the fragility of human existence, wrapped up in a suspenseful and somewhat philosophical look at what it would be

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[1] Nullform #1꞉ Nullform Series, Book 1
Horror Review

Nullform #1

Imagine waking up in a world where you don’t own your own limbs, and you have no personal memories from your life before. You rent them from “the system”, so before you’ve even woken, you’re already in debt. Can’t pay

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Sci Fi Shorts
Review Science Fiction

Sci-Fi Shorts

I love short stories, and science fiction ones tend to land the format well. Sci-Fi Short by Mark Roman and Duncan Galloway delivers nineteen stories ranging from the very short micro-fiction of 100 words to (based on a few guesses)

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