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    Media Reviews:
  • Midst Toil and Tribulation (Safehold) by David Weber (Read by Peter Ganim)

    Manga /Graphic Novel Reviews:
  • Star Trek: The Next Generation / Doctor Who: Assimilation 2 Volume 2 by Scott Tipton and David Tipton
  • Werewolves of Wisconsin and Other American Myths, Monsters and Ghosts by Andy Fish

  • Short Fiction Reviews:
  • The Advocate by Genevieve Valentine
  • The Amnesia Helmet by F. Brett Cox
  • Gods of Risk: An Expanse Novella by James S.A. Corey

    US Book Reviews:
  • The Best of All Possible Worlds by Karen Lord
  • Bullettime by Nick Mamatas
  • Chiral Mad edited by Michael Bailey
  • Dark Currents: Agent of Hel by Jacqueline Carey
  • Dinosaur Thunder by James F. David
  • Doktor Glass by Thomas Brennan
  • The Dragon Men: A Novel of the Clockwork Empire by Steven Harper
  • Ever After (Rachel Morgan) by Kim Harrison
  • Farside by Ben Bova
  • Mad Scientist's Daughter by Cassandra Clarke
  • Necessity's Child (Liaden Universe) by Sharon Lee & Steve Miller
  • One Good Soldier by Travis S. Taylor
  • Pale Demon (Hollows) by Kim Harrison
  • The Rise of Ransom City by Felix Gilman
  • River Road by Suzanne Johnson
  • Trinity Rising by Elspeth Cooper
  • The Willful Princess and the Piebald Prince by Robin Hobb

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