• goldilocks by laura lam - Blog Tour: Goldilocks by Laura Lam
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    Blog Tour: Goldilocks by Laura Lam

    Space exploration.  It’s always been the unattainable for the regular man.  Its been my ultimate dream to see the black and ever stretching unknown.  What would you see and hear?  Could it possibly be everything that you had hoped or dreamed, or would it never live up to your fantastical expectations?  Goldilocks gives the reader a first-class ticket to far away planet, Cavendish.  Your feet will be the first to touch down, to see the sights never before witnessed but what would life truly be like being one of those first woman on an unknown world.  What happens as one of those chosen ones? Goldilocks was a no brainer for…

  • docile by k m szpara - Review: Docile by K.M. Szpara
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    Review: Docile by K.M. Szpara

    Wow, if Docile has afforded me one thing – its that I am eternally grateful for how my life is (even with the current health crisis.)  Docile has nailed it home just how easily the world and humanity can sink into the depths of depravity and self-indulgent when capitalism rules with an iron fist.  It is a stark reminder of just what I don’t want life to be like.  If you’ve ever wondered what life would be like if you were able to do as you wished, then read Docile – it’s a shocking portrayal of the rich getting richer and the poor becoming more objectified and more desperate.  The…

  • a memory called empire by arkady martine - Review: A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine
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    Review: A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine

    A Memory Called Empire is by far the cleverest and poignant debut I have had the pleasure of reading.  It’s the type of read that leaves you trying to find the remnants of your scrambled brain.  Your senses are scattered, the books only made it through by the skin of its teeth – you gripped it so hard, it’s in danger of being strangled! In order to love a book, you need something that speaks straight to your heart, it drew out unbreakable connections, the electricity snapping between us.  The book feels like a breathing entity, it knows how you tick, how you operate and moulds itself into everything you…