“The Gods Themselves” by Isaac Asimov Review

The Gods Themselves Author - Isaac Asimov Released - 1972 I had never heard of this book before starting my Hugo/Nebula challenge, but I was looking forward to it as I enjoy Isaac Asimov and the dual Hugo/Nebula award winners tend to be some of the iconic works in the genre. Thankfully this did not... Continue Reading →

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“True Evil” by Greg Iles Review

True Evil Author:  Greg Iles Released:  2006 Greg Iles is a favorite of another attorney I work with, so recently I’ve read four of his books based on his recommendations although they’re not in my normal reading wheelhouse. The first few I read were World War II related fiction, Black Cross and Spadau Phoenix, and the second two... Continue Reading →

“Grant” by Ron Chernow Review

Grant Author:  Ron Chernow Released:  2017 Grant has been vilified as an incompetent president for the scandals on his watch. Attacking him on that issue became a convenient tool for Reconstruction opponents who sensationalized his failings through congressional hearings and a strident press. But corruption had flourished in American politics since the heyday of Andrew... Continue Reading →

“Nightworld” by F. Paul Wilson Review

Nightworld Author:  F. Paul Wilson Published:  1992, Revised in 2012 **Note - This is a review for the 2012 revised version of Nightworld, not the original** If you're a Repairman Jack fan and have just finished The Dark at the End, before picking up Nightworld I would recommend reading the other books of the Adversary Cycle first. It's... Continue Reading →

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