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Steven's review Mar 13, 13
5 of 5 stars
Read from January 27 to March 13, 2013
This title was an awesome mix of scifi/fantasy with a very cool twist on todays current events. I highly recommend this book.
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There is a window that sits between the world we all accept and that niggling something else we feel but canít explain; the feeling that someone or something is waiting for you in the darkness.
A movement in the corner of your eye or an anxious glance into an imaginary world you believe to be beneath your bed.
The tingle which bites into your nerves as you open the closet door giving an overwhelming and consuming fear that you are not alone!
In time you may find the strength
Hi all...I joined this forum over a month ago and I am still making my way around. So far, everyone has been quite nice.
Let's see, I am a professional musician on the weekends and a sci-fi/fantasy author during the week.
I LOVE anything related to Star Wars. As far as sci-fi books are concerned, I like Frank Herbert, Arthur C Clarke and Asimov.
I live on Long Island in New York with my wife and two children...Guess that sums it up for now...(Does anyone
This is quite a nice gaff and I cannot believe that it has been a week since joining this illustrious site, yet I have not posted or anything. So, here goes the first post.
Should anyone be interested in what I have to say or my writing or work, I guess it would be fair to say what I am interested in. I do like fantasy, but my main interest is Sci-Fi.
But here is the rub; rather than being a science bot, I prefer the fictional element to Sci -Fi. In fact, in many