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First Reads Friday: The Thousandth Floor

In Puff Daddy’s immortal words in his 90’s masterpiece “It’s All About the Benjamins” featuring the immortal Notorious B.I.G.:

“But still, everything’s real in the field
And what you can’t have now, leave in your will
But don’t knock me for tryin’ to bury
Seven zeros, over in Rio Dijanery”

We’re all trying to be someone, make something and nothing epitomizes the struggle more than the thrilling, futuristic sci-fi, The Thousandth Floor. Continue reading “First Reads Friday: The Thousandth Floor”

April Book Club

YA Wednesdays April Book Club meets the third Wednesday of the month at our favorite Tampa bookstore, Inkwood Books, This month, we’ll be reading Ava Jae’s first novel, Beyond the Red.

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Shadowhunters Invites Us to A Dead Man’s Party in Episode 3

As you are already aware, we’ve been watching and drinking along to Shadowhunters on Freeform Network these past few weeks.  We haven’t been wowed with the writing, the pacing, the script or the CGI, so we’ve mostly been tuning in so that we can drink together.  Let’s explore Episode #3 to see if this show can redeem itself.
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Genius in Large & Small Doses: Garth Nix gives us a novella & 18 short stories in “To Hold The Bridge”

Garth Nix goes to the Old Kingdom and beyond with a novella plus eighteen short stories collected in To Hold The Bridge. If you’re a fan of Nix’s Old Kingdom series, this novella is a must read. But don’t stop there, keep reading and Nix treats you to sci-fi, fantasy, mystery, adventure and more. Continue reading “Genius in Large & Small Doses: Garth Nix gives us a novella & 18 short stories in “To Hold The Bridge””

This Shattered World Puts You in a Different, But Really the Same, Place

We are celebrating the release of Their Fractured Light by looking back at the Starbound Series.  Today’s review is of This Shattered World.  Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner are back with the second installment of Starbound series, This Shattered World.  They have some old tricks up their sleeves, as we saw in the first installment, These Broken Stars, as well as continue to expand and explore the Starbound universe, it’s mysteries and intergalactic corporate bad guys. Continue reading “This Shattered World Puts You in a Different, But Really the Same, Place”

Cinderella Goes Intergalactic: A Review of Cinder by Marissa Meyer

Marissa Meyers’ intergalactic Lunar Chronicles series begins with Cinder.  The conclusion, Winter, was just published in early November 2015, so we’re taking a look back at the series book-by-book beginning with where it all started, Cinder. Continue reading “Cinderella Goes Intergalactic: A Review of Cinder by Marissa Meyer”

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