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Monday, June 11, 2012

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Kiss Me or Die by Scott Nicholson

Rating: 4.2 Stars with 33 votes
Category: Thriller
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Richard's life is a horror story. And it's all the fault of those people inside his head.

Richard thinks he has them stereotyped for his autobography, but he’s about to get a new tenant: the Insider, a malevolent soul-hopping spirit that may or may not be born from Richard’s nightmares and demands a co-writing credit and a little bit of foot-kissing dark worship.

Now Richard doesn’t know which voice to trust. The book’s been rejected 117 times. The people he loves keep turning up dead. And here comes the woman of his dreams.

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Tales of Johan by David Harris Wilson

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Contemporary, Historical, Literary
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 """He looked out towards the headland, counting past the six smaller waves that would follow, waiting for the seventh. And when he saw it begin to rise, the fear in him prevented him from moving. Thomas Broderick stood on the top of Sgeir Ghlas and waited for the wall of water to come, and it came slowly, curling like the fingers of a claw, rising up until he could not see beyond it. His last thought before the wave snatched him from the island was that he had seen perfection.""

Iain Broderick is growing up in Inverdaig, a remote village on the West Coast of Scotland. His father is long dead, and a man he calls Uncle lives with his mother, but the history of his family is never discussed. The mysterious old Norseman who lives in a cottage at the end of the village begins to tell Iain amazing stories, and as their relationship grows, Iain comes to find out more of the old Norseman's history too. This takes Iain on a journey of discovery across Europe, tracing the origins of the fantastic tales, where he finds new truths that change the old man's life."

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A Dark Planetarium by Scott William Carter

Rating: 4.9 Stars with 7 votes
Category: Literary, Short Story
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When they arrived at the planetarium, the clerk was affixing a sign to the glass window: No shows today. Equipment malfunction ... A powerful tale about a special father and son trip that will haunt you long after the story's conclusion.

SCOTT WILLIAM CARTER's first novel, The Last Great Getaway of the Water Balloon Boys, was hailed by Publishers Weekly as a "touching and impressive debut." His short stories have appeared in dozens of popular magazines and anthologies, including Asimov's, Analog, Ellery Queen, Realms of Fantasy, and Weird Tales. He lives in Oregon with his wife, two children, and thousands of imaginary friends.

Memory's Child by Lynnette Spratley

Rating: 5.0 Stars with 10 votes
Category: Science Fiction, Adventure
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Shelana is a genius with a lot to learn. A descendant of genetically enhanced humans known as Preservationists, Shelana roams a landscape devoid of civilization in a world that long ago managed to advance itself right back to the Stone Age.

Presers have only one lifetask: to pass on to their children the knowledge stored in their enhanced memories so that eventually, when mankind is ready to use it wisely, civilization may be restored.

The tragedy that leaves Shelana on her own too soon also sets her on a second path that threatens to end her life before her lifetask is complete. To make matters worse, she faces a constant battle against prejudice directed not at race, religion or means, but at intelligence.

Fomenting and spreading this prejudice is the powerful, mysterious and bloodthirsty group known as Myths. Vernon, leader of the Myths, is determined to wipe out the Preservationists and control the redevelopment of civilization. Vernon has made one mistake that may ruin his plans and cost him his life, a mistake the Myth leader doesn't even remember he made. But Shelana does.