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REVIEW: The Bloodprint

REVIEW: The Bloodprint

A superstitious and patriarchal group called the Talisman has been suppressing knowledge and subjugating women in Khorasan. Led by a man known as the One-Eyed Preacher, the cruel movement continues to grow, bent on world domination. Taking a stand against [...]

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REVIEW: Rebel Seoul

REVIEW: Rebel Seoul

Lee Jaewon managed to escape his delinquent past in Old Seoul, but not without some scars to take with him to Neo Seoul. As a talented pilot in the military academy with hopes of becoming a worthy soldier of the [...]

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REVIEW: Provenance by Ann Leckie

REVIEW: Provenance by Ann Leckie

In an attempt to impress her mother, Ingray Aughskold does something potentially very stupid: she pays to have a prisoner removed from the planet Compassionate Removal, where Hwae sends its criminals who are considered beyond reform. But removing the person [...]

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REVIEW: Warbringer

REVIEW: Warbringer

When Diana witnesses an explosion and a shipwreck off Themyscira's shores, she feels compelled to save the lone survivor -- even though the island itself rejects the presence of mortals. But Alia is a Warbringer, descended from Helen of Troy [...]

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REVIEW: Miles Morales

REVIEW: Miles Morales

Miles Morales is sixteen years old, the same age his dad was when he and Uncle Aaron started going in and out of the system -- and even though Miles spends his spare time (and even some of his not-so-spare [...]

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REVIEW: Bookburners Season 3, Episodes 1-4

REVIEW: Bookburners Season 3, Episodes 1-4

“Word of advice. Put your team together. You’re going to want them for what’s coming.” That's what Father Arturo Menchu’s own personal demon (well, seemingly), now referring to itself as Hannah, tells him in episode 2 of season 3 of Serial [...]

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