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  • Makers by Cory Doctorow
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  • There Was An Old Monster! by Rebecca, Adrian & Ed Emberley

    UK Book Reviews:
    A Touch of Dead (Sookie Stackhouse Vampire Myst) by Charlaine Harris
    The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart by Jesse Bullington

  • US Book Reviews:
  • Boilerplate: History's Mechanical Marvel by Paul Guinan & Anina Bennett
  • Fade Out (Morganville Vampires, Book 7) by Rachel Caine
  • Friday Night Bites: A Chicagoland Vampires Novel by Chloe Neill
  • Imagination/Space: Essays and Talks on Fiction, Feminism, Technology, and Politics by Gwyneth Jones
  • Makers by Cory Doctorow
  • Marshmallow Incident by Judi Barrett
  • Night's Master by Tanith Lee
  • No Doors, No Windows: A Novel by Joe Schreiber
  • Pastworld by Ian Beck
  • The Purifying Fire: A Planeswalker Novel by Laura Resnick
  • Puttering About in a Small Land by Philip K. Dick
  • Rampant by Diana Peterfreund
  • Salt and Silver by Anna Katherine
  • The Sapphire Sirens by John Zakour
  • Sea Glass (Glass, Book 2) by Maria V. Snyder
  • Suicide Kings edited by George R.R. Martin & Melinda M. Snodgrass
  • Transition by Iain M. Banks
  • The World More Full of Weeping by Robert J. Wiersema
  • Wormwood, Nevada by David Oppegaard

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