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The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes by Suzanne Collins

Taking place 64 years before the events in the first Hunger Games novel (and featuring the 10th Hunger Game), this book only includes two people from the original trilogy: Coriolanus Snow and his cousin Tigris (the genetically altered woman who … Continue reading

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Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge Traveler’s Guide to Batuu by

The book is set up as a traveler’s guidebook to Galaxy’s Edge – the newest land at Disneyland and Walt Disney World. Imagine a Lonely Planet, Fodor’s, or Birmbaum type of guide and you get the idea: lots of pictures, … Continue reading

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Star Wars Poe Dameron: Free Fall by Alex Segura

In the Rise of Skywalker movie, Poe Dameron was aided by a mysterious helmeted female named Zorii Bliss. With Free Fall, we get the full backstory of their past and why Zorii was willing to help Dameron, even at the … Continue reading

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A Crash of Fate by Zoraida Cordova

Crash of Fate is listed as a YA Star Wars novel. That a product in a universe as PG as Star Wars is given a “YA” tag should give an indication that this skews very young – more middle school … Continue reading

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Sixteenth Watch by Myke Cole

Although for me personally this was not what I am looking for in my sci fi books, I have to also respect that this is not a bad book by any means and I think many will enjoy it. The … Continue reading

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World Trigger 20 by Daisuke Ashihara

This remains my favorite currently published series due to the wonderful array of characters throughout. After Ashihara took a year long hiatus (including surgery) in 2018, the series has returned, though this time in a monthly format with slightly longer … Continue reading

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The Orville Season 1.5: New Beginnings by David a Goodman, David Cabeza, Michael Atiyeh

The irony that this Orville TV series is more Star Trek than the actual Star Trek currently airing is not lost on readers. Or, at least a lot more Star Trek: The Next Generation. Originally in Season 1 it was … Continue reading

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