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Captain Blood

by Rafael Sabatini

A ripping yarn and real page turner.

Reviewed on 2013.01.12

The Lost Continent

by C.J. Cutcliffe Hyne

I enjoyed this more than I expected and picked it up at every opportunity.
The first chapter, set in 'modern' times, in which ancient tablets describing the events on Atlantis are found, was not particularly well-written nor engaging.
However, once the action started the author seemed to find his pace and the book was quite enjoyable, if a tad corny at times.
Certainly a more entertaining way to pass a few evenings than watching most of the stuff you'll find on TV

Reviewed on 2013.01.12

The Were-Wolf

by Clemence Housman

it was a good book overall just a little hard to read and i like it

Reviewed on 2010.09.29

The Variant Effect

by G. Wells Taylor

a very good gripping drama. the story has a good balance of characters and the pace of the book is kept up thoughout. a well though out story line with a great ending

Reviewed on 2010.09.09

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