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Midnight Black: The Purge

Robert Emery

Robert Emery grips us with an exciting and fast-paced dystopian thriller in Midnight Black: The Purge!  Former cop Billy Russell is sentenced to twenty-seven years in prison.  Being released inexplicably early, Billy finds a world decimated from a nuclear attack and ruled by an autocratic billionaire.  Now he must face the dilemma of whether to join the government’s hit squad or be returned to prison.  Emery immediately pulls you in with Billy’s deep character and rich description, but I loved the multilayered moral questions explored in this book!  It was like having a deeper and more thoughtful version of Escape From New York, and I loved it!  If you love post apocalyptic dystopian thrillers, come spend your parole in Midnight Black!


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Orthicon

David Perlmutter

David Perlmutter brings animation to life in his exciting thriller drama Orthicon!  When cartoon characters are ripped from their world and brought into ours, mayhem ensues.  This novel is a little more Bicentennial Man than Who Framed Roger Rabbit, with a deeper more thoughtful dive into cartoons being brought into the real world that I really enjoyed!  It’s a fun read with great insights.  If you’re looking to spice up reality while also adding a touch of realism to your cartoons, come take a look at Orthicon!


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Hexed in Texas

Kathy Burford

Kathy Burford enchants us with a fun fantasy romp in Hexed in Texas!  Baba Yaga and the heir to a powerful voodoo priestess are drawn to new energy leaking out of Texas where they face off with each other and a modern world in this comical adventure.  This book was just fun, the characters were lovingly crafted by Burford, and the descriptions in this book are excellent!  If you enjoy a fun and exciting take on classic myths in the same vein as Rick Riordan, come spell casting with Hexed in Texas!


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Sky Fighters Part III: Champions of Evensongland

Ross Eberle

Ross Eberle adds another shade of depth and adventure to the Sky Fighters series in Champions of Evensongland!  Frederick Pierce isn’t who he believes he is, and his identity will shake the world and the Sky Fighters to their core.  I really liked the addition of Frederick and the mystery of his past, and Eberle always knows how to throw in some exciting battles!  If you like sci fi adventure with plenty of action, come clash with the Python Demons in Eberle’s Sky Fighters series!


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