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Killing is my Business
As a huge fan of both hardboiled/noir and science fiction, Adam Christopher's Ray Electromatic serie...
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Perspective in Action
As someone who dabbles in sketching and drawing, I'm always interested in improving my knowledge, es...
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The Perils of Typos
Every time I type "cross-posted at BookLikes" on a review, I get a bit worried that I'm going to mis...
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The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume Eleven
2016 may not have been a barrel of laughs, but it did produce some quality scifi and fantasy. As alw...
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Mightier than the Sword
"Do you have to make a lot of decisions like that? I suppose you must do.""All the time," I said. "A...
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Origins of Totalitarianism
This wasn't what I'd hoped it would be, but I think the fault was probably my expectations rather th...
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Foundations of Drawing
I picked up Foundations of Drawing because I've always enjoyed casual doodling and am always interes...
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"In what universe was keeping an insane undead general as an attack dog a good idea?"
Raven Stratagem by Yoon Ha Lee Ninefox Gambit was one of the best books I read in 2016. Raven St...
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All Good Things
I a stalwart fan of Emma Newman through her powerful work, Planetside. Although the tone and plot of...
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"Why clutter a perfectly bad melodrama with logic and plausibility?"
Gun in Cheek by Bill Pronzini If you're a mystery reader and a fan of "so bad it's good," then Gun...
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