Books I Love: On Basilisk Station by David Weber

Books I Love: On Basilisk Station by David Weber

Military sci-fi has always been one of my favorite genres. There’s probably a direct relation to the fact that I grew up in a military family and spent the first twenty or so years on this planet living on military bases across the world. I “grew up Army” as it were, and getting to be up close and personal to tanks, artillery pieces, helicopters and […]

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Books I Love: Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb

Books I Love: Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb

Magic, dragons, swordplay, bastard princes, ancient evils, and, of course, assassins – Robin Hobb’s Farseer Trilogy has all of the elements of classic fantasy. That alone would be enough to make me love this series, but there’s so much more to these books. They tell the story of a bastard prince, raised in the shadows to be a weapon for the king – a spy […]

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Books I Love: Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry

Books I Love: Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry

I don’t know what could possibly have Patient Zero on my mind these days… strange, eh? But viruses aside, Maberry’s first Joe Ledger novel is a wild ride. Ledger is a Baltimore cop going about his normal life when he gets pulled off the street by the feds. They take him to what has to be one of the strangest job interviews in fiction, where […]

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