Tag: Book Review

Book Review – Seer of Souls by Susan Faw

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Over the course of the summer, I had a chance to meet Susan Faw in person while we were both attending the Elmvale Sci-Fi & Fantasy Street Party.

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Book Review – Brave New Girls: Tales of Girls and Gadgets

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I picked up my copy of Brave New Girls: Tales of Girls and Gadgets a few years ago at Ad Astra where I had a chance to meet a few of the authors in person and was intrigued by the mission of the anthology.

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Book Review – The Dragon Whisperer by Vanessa Ricci-Thode

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I picked up a copy of The Dragon Whisperer last year at Ad Astra and was pleasantly surprised by the story hidden away in the pages of this small book (I say this due to the novel being just a little over 200 pages).

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Book Review – Time’s Tempest: The Chronicles of Xannia by MJ Moores

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It’s funny how sometimes an email that was originally in your junk mail folder can lead to a great book and that is exactly what happened at The Bookshelf in Newmarket last summer when I grabbed a copy of Time’s Tempest: The Chronicles of Xannia by MJ Moores after having received an invite from her for the event.

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Book Review – The Experiencers by Val Tobin

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Last summer, I had the opportunity to participate in WCYR’s first annual Bookshelf event. It was there that I had a chance to pick up a copy of The Experiencers by Val Tobin.

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Book Review – The Clockman and Other Stories by Eric Lahti

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Since I have the digital copy here's an image of the awesome cover art.

Since I have the digital copy here’s an image of the awesome cover art.

Growing up, I was never much of a short story anthology reader and this was due to always stumbling upon full length novels I wanted to read. 

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Book Review – Helix: Blight of Exiles by Pat Flewwelling

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Last year at SFContario I had the opportunity to pick up Helix: Blight of Exiles while chatting with author Pat Flewwelling (the dealers room in which we found ourselves in now forever in my mind associated with the Star Wars Cantina theme).

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