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    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) Hints, Secrets, and Easter Eggs

    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) Hints, Secrets, and Easter Eggs By Richard Lynch Inferno Squad was decidedly a more interpersonal Star Wars book than most of the recent novels. As a result, there weren’t many big picture details or revelations about the larger galaxy. But that doesn’t mean...
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    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden

    Battlefront II: Inferno Squad (Star Wars) By Christie Golden Review by Richard Lynch Inferno Squad opens on a scene familiar to any Star Wars fan, the Battle of Yavin rages as the Death Star inches toward its target and the destruction of the Rebellion. This time, however, we experience...
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    Rise of The Governor

    The Rise of the Governor gives readers insight into how Philip Blake became Governor of Woodbury, and, for those privy only to the TV series, it gives you insight into the name change of Brian and Philip. The Rise of the Governor begins a few weeks after shit’s hit...
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    Thrawn (Star Wars) Review

    Thrawn (Star Wars) Review by Rich Lynch What happens when you take a classic rag to riches story, add in a healthy dose of Sherlock Holmes, and set it in the Star Wars galaxy? You get Thrawn, Timothy Zahn’s new origin story for one of the EU’s most enduring...
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    Review – Joe Hill’s ‘NOS4A2’

    After having only read two books by Joe Hill, I’m ready to call him one of my favorite modern authors. As stated in my review of his most recent book, The Fireman, his books are simply too compelling to put down. And though I still back my statement of him...
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    Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno Review

    Catalyst (Star Wars): A Rogue One Novel by James Luceno Review Reviewed by Richard Lynch So, Star War prequels are cool again? I’m excited for pretty much anything Star Wars by default; I quote the Phantom Menace far more often than any sane person should. But, truth be told...
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    A Science Fiction Classic – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

    What makes us human? What is the single most important aspect of humankind that separates the man from the animal? After all, we can think – but so can monkeys. Thinking, or rational thought, rather, therefore could not be the key. In Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, famed...
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    Review – Ernest Clines’ READY PLAYER ONE

    Review – Ernest Clines’ READY PLAYER ONE Nerds of the world, take heed: you need to read Ernest Cline’s Ready Player One. If you want to skip the rest of this review, fine. At least you’ve got my message. Ready Player One focuses on a dystopian future in which...