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Star Trek Picard The Official Collector’s Edition #BookReview

A behind-the-scenes guide to the highly-anticipated upcoming new Star Trek TV Show based on fan-favorite captain of the enterprise, Jean Luc Picard! A deluxe collector’s…

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Gears of War: Bloodlines by Jason M Hough #BookReview

The new novel set within the action of the Xbox Game Studios video game Gears 5 , by New York Times bestselling author Jason Hough. THE OFFICIAL TIE-IN TO THE EXCITING…

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Daniel Isn’t Real #MovieReview

A troubled college freshman, Luke, suffers a violent family trauma. He then resurrects his charismatic childhood imaginary friend Daniel to help him cope, not realizing…

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The Collapsing Empire (The Interdependency Book 1) by John Scalzi #BookReview

Our universe is ruled by physics. Faster than light travel is impossible—until the discovery of The Flow, an extradimensional field available at certain points in…

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Husk by Rachel Autumn Deering #BookReview

In this all-too-real work of horror fiction, Rachel Autumn Deering explores the mind of a young man who is struggling to cope with the effects…

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Carry on Screaming – Oktober by Stephen Gallagher (1988) #BookReview

Welcome, ladies, gentlemen and fellow horror lovers, to this month’s Carry on Screaming post. Each month I’ll be reviewing a vintage British horror novels and…


Dust & Lightning by Rebecca Crunden #BookReview

In the near future, humans have gone beyond simple space travel. By the year 4054, multiple solar systems are inhabited, and taking a spaceship is…

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Bloody Moon #MovieReview

Originally banned in England due to its potent combination of graphic violence, gratuitous nudity, and outrageous gore, Jesùs Franco’s gruesome “body count” frightener doesn’t stop…

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Black Girl Unlimited by Echo Brown #BookReview

Echo Brown is a wizard from the East Side, where apartments are small and parents suffer addictions to the white rocks. Yet there is magic…

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