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Space Prison

by Tom Godwin

I read the paper back book when it came out way back in the early 60's, and never forgot it, what a surprise to find it again after so many years, yes it is a good read.

Reviewed on 2011.05.14

Geek Mafia

by Rick Dakan

Great book! Yes the left in the 60's-70's did kill a few but less than the National gard did against unarmed college students who were against the war. And, of course 57,000 died in nam which makes any comment against them pail in comparison. Old people start wars young people die in them. This book is the first of two both are good

Reviewed on 2011.05.13

Geek Mafia: Mile Zero

by Rick Dakan

great book, as good as the forst one but far more complicated. Plot had a great ending true to the built up personalities of the persons in both books.

Reviewed on 2011.05.13

Vrenna and the Red Stone

by Michael E. Shea

Great stories, short, to short for my tasts but taken as a whole a good one evening read. These are very good for girls whih couragous heart and mind who generally lack a strong written role model, ie. Wonder Woman.

More f this needs to be written as half of our population lacks this type of writting.

Recomended for all.

Reviewed on 2011.05.12

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