Mr. Louis T. Rogerson

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The Many-Coloured Land: Saga of the Exiles: Book O&hellip by Julian May
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A good while ago during my teens I was lucky enough to come across these books by Julian May. They so captivated me I must have read them through a dozen or more times since! My originals are getting pretty tatty, with pages loose and dog eared. I am glad there is a reprint,I loathed loaning out my precious books, yet desperately wanted to share such a glorious story!

The Many Coloured Land, with its many interwoven sub-plots the main story builds to a crescendo that will leave you entirely satisfied. Heroes and villains abound in a vibrant PalŠolithic Eden, all squabbling for a slice of the pie.

Time Travel, Aliens, Mind-bullets, Future Tech, its got it all… Read more
SimCity 4 (PC) by Electronic Arts
SimCity 4 (PC) by Electronic Arts
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
In SimCity 4, you don't just build your city, you breathe life into it. With god-like powers, you sculpt mountains, gouge riverbeds, and seed forests to lay the groundwork for your creation. Then construct the most realistic metropolis you can imagine. Your city comes alive with the hustle and bustle of construction crews, the snarl of traffic and the activity of your Sims. Build mansions on mountainsides, cross canyons with bridges and raise skyscrapers downtown. The impact of your touch will be immediate but not entirely predictable. Cap an erupting volcano to save your city, but don't be surprised if lava explodes from another source. If your citizens burst into a panic, throw down… Read more

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