Review: All Darling Children

All Darling Children by Katrina Monroe My rating: Blurb: All boys grow up, except one. On the tenth anniversary of her mother’s death, fourteen-year-old Madge Darling’s grandmother suffers a heart attack. With the overbearing Grandma Wendy in the hospital, Madge runs away to Chicago, intent on tracking down a woman she believes is actually her [...]

Review: The Cygnus Virus

The Cygnus Virus by T.J. Zakreski My rating: Blurb: Andron Varga is a small-town lawyer on planet Terra and he’s having a bad year. A cosmically bad year. First, he loses the love of his life to an errant meteorite. And then his computer downloads a virus from deep space that crashes the Internet. And [...]

Review: Facehooked

Facehooked: How Facebook Affects Our Emotions, Relationships, and Lives by Suzana Flores My rating: Blurb: The number of Facebook users worldwide exceeded one billion in August of 2012. With the increase in Facebook users, psychologists have seen an alarming increase in the number of Facebook related complaints from their clients. Dr. Suzana Flores, clinical psychologist, [...]

Review: The #MonuMeta Social Media Book

The #MonuMeta Social Media Book by Roger Warner My rating: Blurb: Mee Corp is the developer of the world’s number one social network, The Stream. Based at the recently sold-off Natural History Museum, it’s run by bizarre aliens whose seemingly human appearance masks a hideous secret: their sinister mission is to make (fake) people matter. [...]

Review: Six

Battlestar Galactica: Six by J.T. Krul My rating: 1 of 5 stars Blurb: A pivotal chapter in the history of Battlestar Galactica, the reimagined series… set before the destruction of the Twelve Colonies of Kobol! In developing the next generation of Cylons, getting the models to look human was the easy part. But acting human [...]

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