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Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,944 - Total Helpful Votes: 92 of 106
Plan Overboard (Toronto Series Book 14) by Heather Wardell
4.0 out of 5 stars Great summer read, 19 Sep 2014
This is a great fun summer read, one that is just perfect to enjoy laid back on a sun lounger, the story of Corinne and how her planned out life went totally wrong is a thoroughly enjoyable read.

Corrine has dreamed of being a clarinetist for the Toronto Philharmonic Orchestra, unfortunately during an audition she fails to land her dream job and with that her carefully laid down plans unravel.

As well as splitting up with her boyfriend, her life can't get any worse but she decides to make a huge decision, one that will change her life for the better forever, she falls pregnant with a little help from the wonders of the medical world and sets about changing her… Read more
The Robot Chronicles by Hugh Howey
The Robot Chronicles by Hugh Howey
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent anthology, 15 Sep 2014
Thank you to the wonderful Ann Christy for kindly providing me with a copy in exchange for an honest review.

I knew I wanted to read this as soon as I caught wind of it, Hugh Howey, Ann Christy, Jason Gurley to name a few excellent writers whose work I have enjoyed, The Robot Chronicles is a wonderful anthology of tales about our future metallic overlords and how these author's picture them in our society.

As a fan of Arnie's very first Terminator film the thought of having robots in my future scares me, I know that out there just now are robots being created by scientists to carry out many different tasks but having read this book, the thought of a robot thinking… Read more
Age of Iron (Iron Age) by Angus Watson
Age of Iron (Iron Age) by Angus Watson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Now the comparisons with the epic Game of Thrones really had me curious about this novel however whereas Game of Thrones is firmly in the realm of fantasy, Age of Iron explores Britain during the year 61 BC (yes you read that right B C), a time when life was rough and an invading army can quite easily come along a chop your head off and burn your fort down with only a couple of minutes warning.

This book, well I expected it to be an extremely serious look at the life of our anti-hero Dug Sealskinner a forty something mercenary for hire who is looking for work with the sociopathic evil maniac that is King Zadar, however this book to my utter joy is written with a tongue in… Read more

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