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Author: Nico_B

Nico Bell is a horror and science fiction writer. Her work has appeared in The Second Corona Book of Horror Stories, Drabbledark Anthology and Horror Tree's Trembling with Fear. She joined the Coolthulhu Crew in May 2018.

The Raven by Jonathan Janz #BookReview

Fearing that mankind is heading toward nuclear extinction, a group of geneticists unleash a plot to save the world. They’ve discovered that mythological creatures such…

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The Crowman (Chronicles of the Fallen Volume 1) by Gareth Clegg #BookReview

Some say the world is shattered, that our way of life is dying. Our sun fills half the sky and the scorched lands struggle to…

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The Intergalactic Interloper by Delas Heras #BookReview

When Ollie spots an alien on a nearby rooftop he knows right away that no one is going to believe him. Sure enough, his friends…

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Night of the Mannequins by Stephen Graham Jones #BookReview

Stephen Graham Jones returns with Night of the Mannequins, a contemporary horror story where a teen prank goes very wrong and all hell breaks loose:…

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The Conductors by Nicole Glover #BookReview

As a conductor on the Underground Railroad, Hetty Rhodes helped usher dozens of people north with her wits and magic. Now that the Civil War…

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Crosshairs by Catherine Hernandez #BookReview

Set in a terrifyingly familiar near-future, with massive floods leading to rampant homelessness and devastation, a government-sanctioned regime called The Boots seizes on the opportunity…

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The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey #BookReview

Martine is a genetically cloned replica made from Evelyn Caldwell’s award-winning research. She’s patient and gentle and obedient. She’s everything Evelyn swore she’d never be.…

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The First Sister by Linden Lewis #BookReview

FIRST SISTER HAS NO NAME, AND NO VOICE. As a priestess of the Sisterhood, she travels the stars alongside the Gean soldiers of Earth and…

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A Song Below Water by Bethany C. Morrow #BookReview

Tavia is already at odds with the world, forced to keep her siren identity under wraps in a society that wants to keep her kind…

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Daughters of Icarus: New Feminist Science Fiction and Fantasy Edited by Josie Brown

Speculative fiction takes us to the moon and beyond, but where would women go if they had the wheel? These 28 authors have an idea,…

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