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Tokyo Zero

by Marc Horne

This novel would have been much better if it had remained as a glimmer in the authors mind.

Reviewed on 2013.01.22

Agent to the Stars

by John Scalzi

This book is a very humorous take on the normal light hearted Sci-Fi genre .
I have not giggled this much while reading Sci-Fi since I read A Cat That walked Through Walls by Robert Anson Heinlein .

Reviewed on 2011.07.15

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I found this to be a very entertaining read much in the spirit of Metrophage and it reminds me somewhat of Robert A. Heinlein's Glory Road . Other than the normal ASCII transcription errors , it is well written and humorous .

Reviewed on 2011.05.12

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