“Sharpe’s Christmas” by Bernard Cornwell Review

Sharpe's Christmas Author:  Bernard Cornwell Published:  1994 Sharpe’s Christmas is a short story that takes place afterSharpe’s Regiment, where the British infantry is entrenched in France after years of fighting in Spain and Portugal. Coming up on Christmas day, Sharpe is tasked with preventing French forces from traveling through a stretch of road, which of... Continue Reading →

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“Reprisal” by F. Paul Wilson Review

Reprisal Author:  F. Paul Wilson Released:  1991 As I'm nearing the end of both the Adversary Cycle as well as the Repairman Jack series, both are currently suffering from trying to tie together a larger arc instead of telling a compelling individual story. The problem mainly stems from Rasolam, the villain figure who is just... Continue Reading →

“Ringworld” by Larry Niven Review

Ringworld Author:  Larry Niven Released:  1970 Ringworld by Larry Niven is probably one of the most famous science fiction books that I had not previously read. It’s the type of book that while I’ve been reading it in public places over the last week or so that friends and coworkers have stopped and mentioned that they’ve... Continue Reading →

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