The Judge of Ages by John C. Wright (Book Review)

The Judge of Ages by John C. Wright (Book Review)

The Judge of Ages by John C. Wright marks the third novel in his complex and highly entertaining science fiction series, “Count to a Trillion.” The year is now 10,515 A.D., and Texas gunslinger and super genius Menelaus Montrose, the Judge of Ages, as he’s come to be called, is thawn out to meet the […]

Lenin Lives Next Door: Marriage, Martinis, and Mayhem in Moscow (Review)

Lenin Lives Next Door: Marriage, Martinis, and Mayhem in Moscow (Review)

Lenin Lives Next Door: Marriage, Martinis, and Mayhem in Moscow by Jennifer Eremeeva is a wickedly witty look at what it’s like to live in post-Cold War Russia. Told from the perspective of an American-born woman who fell in love with a vision of Russia inspired when she first read Nicholas and Alexandra, Lenin Lives […]

Nuclear Farm by Charles C. Anderson (Book Review)

Nuclear Farm by Charles C. Anderson (Book Review)

In the action-packed page-turning thriller Nuclear Farm, Dr. Andy Carlson, his wife Lindsey, and their two precocious kids Jack and Ava and one disabled child, Peewee, face a nightmarish potential scenario of terrorists who manage to get their hands on nuclear weapons. The author of Nuclear Farm, Dr. Charles C. Anderson, has carefully researched each […]

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