Air-Born – Laura Power This book asks the question: Can two outcasts save the Realm? Banished in disgrace after losing a priceless heirloom days before her coming-of-age ceremony, Amber’s search takes her far beyond the borders of Fairymead and sends her stumbling into a Goblin plot of sorcery and savagery. Giving up her ability to […]

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Terrior – Sheila Scubba Banning Suzanne Mathews is going through a lot. Her plate is full with not only the task of harvesting vintage wine (her first love), but also adjusting to the demands of her impending divorce. She is hit by the news of her terminally ill sister in Iowa condition worsening and rushes […]

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  Steelheart is one of those super-hero books that put a slant on the idea of people inherently having character flaws and using super powers for the detriment of society. In the near future, a group of people evolve into “Epics”, are given powers when a meteor named “Calamity” crashes on Earth. These beings have […]

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One of my favorite Young Adult books in 2012 returned with a sequel that did not disappoint. Rain and her band of super-teens (that’s my tagline, not the authors) are still enslaved in the UZA. The new breed of freedoms fighters are committed to ending the tyranny of President Nicks “Tricky Nicky”, but realize that […]

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I’m running. I’m running. And I can’t stop. As an ex-track athlete who spent most of his time doing the exact same thing in high school and college, I can appreciate a good run. I was a hurdler. Leaping over a 42 inch barrier, running full speed, with multiple adversaries in the adjacent lanes next […]

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