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Buccaneers and Pirates of Our Coasts

by Frank R. Stockton

An historical account of piracy in the americas. The author is a bit flowery and verbose, but has a lot of interesting tidbits when he actually gets around to them.

Reviewed on 2010.05.10

How to Use Your Mind

by Harry D. Kitson

its realy nice book

Reviewed on 2009.10.16


by Peter Watts

Peter Watts writes a huge story that asks more questions than it answers
It's a book I read almost at one sitting and I will read again
in a few months time ,it's well worth it

Reviewed on 2009.05.16

Move Under Ground

by Nick Mamatas

A five star book if anything ever was..
It made me re read Naked Lunch and On the Road .
The language is just right, the lack of plot is just perfect , who needs a plot anyway plots are for squares....

Reviewed on 2009.03.15

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Elin Barnes
Elin Barnes has done many different things in her life, like being a flight instructor, working for a criminal appeals lawyer and working for many big name technology companies in Silicon Valley (Microsoft, Google etc.). But the one thing that she never thought would actually happen is to write (and finish) a book. Her debut novel, Justification for Murder, has, in the meantime, earned rave reviews and grown into a series. As our author of the day, Barnes reveals why she picked Silicon Valley as the backdrop, her inspiration behind writing a biomedical thriller and how she went for ride-alongs with the San Jose Police Department.
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