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Overwatch Anthology Volume 1 by Blizzard Entertainment

This 144 page hardcover book collects comics up until Uprising. The comics are: McCree: Train Hopper Reinhard: Dragon Slayer Junkrat and Roadhog: Going Legit Symmetra: A Better World Pharah: Mission Statement Torbjorn: Destroyer Ana: Legacy Ana: Old Soldiers Junkenstein Reflections … Continue reading

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Nyxia by Scott Reintgen

I did not go into Nyxia with any expectations. Sure, from the description, I could guess it would go either Ender’s Game or Hunger Games in Space. But Ender’s Game was dense and uncompromising; Hunger Games was a riff on … Continue reading

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The Knowing by Sharon Cameron

It took awhile for me to get into the Knowing – I had a hard time figuring out where it fit into the timeline and I felt like I had forgotten some key point in the ending to The Forgetting. … Continue reading

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Zero Repeat Forever by G. S. Prendergast

I’ve seen some interesting comparisons for what you find in Zero Repeat Forever – from a “Canadian 5th Wave” to “Alien Warm Bodies.” And certainly, the plot does echo what is found in those stories: an alien invasion, a girl … Continue reading

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Rebel Seoul by Axie Oh

I’m gong to start by saying that this is one of my favorite books this year. I’ve seen quite a few references to the movie Pacific Rim and I can understand why: what Pacific Rim did for Japanese Godzilla movies, … Continue reading

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Horizon Volume 1 by Brandon Thomas,

What Horizon Volume 1 wanted to be was a high stakes, high octane sci fi actioner. But something was lost in the application – a concept that was never fleshed out enough to be anything more than nebulous and disenfranchising. … Continue reading

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A Peace Divided by Tanya Huff

Huff’s Valor/Peacekeeper series continues to be one of my all time favorite reads. Ironic, considering I was lukewarm on the first book. But as the series has progressed, she has really caught her stride and I absolutely love all the … Continue reading

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