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  • Miss Mayhem by Rachel Hawkins
    'Miss Mayhem' by Rachel Hawkins: Sequel to fabulous 'Rebel Belle'
    "Rebel Belle" is a kick to read -- a combination ninja action book/"Gone with the Wind." Southern charm meets super-powered teen debutante. It's just so charming and beautifully written that one can't put it down....
  • Bladestorm Nightmare Box
    Bladestorm: Nightmare Review (Xbox One)
    Koei loves to take real life history, and make it into a videogame. We saw it with Dynasty Warriors with their stylistic way of portraying the “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” in China, then we got Samurai Warriors and the retelling of ...
  • 'Riddick'
    DVD review: 'Riddick'
    After the failure of 'The Chronicles of Riddick', the world probably would have done just fine without another word on the subject. As good as 'Pitch Black' was, it worked partly because the most interesting character, Riddick, was...
  • Run All Night
    Man on the run
    There hasn’t even been 10 R-rated films released yet this year, most likely because PG and PG-13 movies attract larger audiences. But Run All Night is the next R-rated film coming out and it doesn’t hold back on the violence....
  • Robin Monarch must save Sister Rachel from ruthless kidnappers
    'Thief' by Mark Sullivan is a slam bang entertaining thriller from a master
    'Thief' is Mark Sullivan's crackling action packed third book in his Robin Monarch series. http://www.amazon.com/Thief-Robin-Monarch-Novel-Thrillers/dp/1250052319. Thriller fans rejoice. Stay up to dawn and sate yourself on armed...
  • Captain America: The Winter Soldier'
    DVD review: 'Captain America: The Winter Solider'
    Marvel films usually dominate the box office. As such, they are being produced at a rapid rate.With this speed, one could expect the quality to suffer.Let's see how 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' works out.Steve Rogers/Captain...
  • 'John Wick'
    DVD review: 'John Wick'
    When it comes to action movies, science fiction aside, simple is usually better. Present the characters, give us a scenario and set it into motion. Easy as pie.'John Wick' applies that philosophy.Let's see how that works out.Retired...
  • The Genius Files: License to Thrill by Dan Gutman
    'The Genius Files: License to Thrill' by Dan Gutman: Last in the series
    "The Genius Files: License to Thrill" is the last in Dan Gutman's saga of nonstop action and thrills across the country and back again. Coke and Pepsi are with their parents on a car trip across the country to see roadside...
  • 'Flip' by David Lubar: Scifi perfect for middle grade and YA readers
    'Flip' by David Lubar: Scifi perfect for middle grade and YA readers
    David Lubar, master of the "Weenie" series of short stories, brings his own special combination of humor and thoughtfulness to "Flip," which is being re-released with a fabulous new cover. In "Flip," Lubar explores...
  • ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’: Vaughn brings the spy world to a new level
    ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’: Vaughn brings the spy world to a new level
    The Kingsman are a secret organization that is hidden from the world and its military institutions. It is designed to stop any person or society built to destroy or damage the planet.After losing an agent the Kingsman must find a replacement. The...
  • Promise Paen is a great female Space Marine
    W.C. Bauers 'Unbreakable' is very good military sf marred by inconsistencies
    Military science fiction is a mashup of an imagined ground or air space war coupled with a cavalry and Indians western. Just add advanced weaponry, lasers, null fields, armor and super guns and your good to go. It's meat and potatoes reading...
  • Kingsman: The Secret Service
    Review: 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' is a fun delight
    “Kingman: The Secret Service” is a recent spy-action film based on the Mark Millar comic book series “The Secret Service.” The film stars Colin Firth as Harry Hart, a top agent of the secret spy service called the Kingsman....
  • 'The Cipher' by John C. Ford: Young adult cyber thriller
    'The Cipher' by John C. Ford: Young adult cyber thriller
    "The Cipher" by John Ford is an exciting young adult novel about a teenage boy who lacks ambition, a work ethic and any drive at all. The problem? His extremely successful, fabulously wealthy father created an encryption for use on...
  • Ran battles savage slavers and cannibals
    'Slavers of the Savage Catacombs' by John F. Merz is good but not great
    The bottom line is that "Slavers of the Savage Catacombs" http://www.amazon.com/Slavers-Savage-Catacombs-Shadow-Warrior/dp/1476736979/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1423927472&sr=1-1&keywords=slavers+of+the+savage...
  • 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'
    DVD review: 'X-Men: Days of Future Past' (2014)
    As one of Marvel's most expansive and popular commodities, the X-Men film series hasn't always delivered a quality product. Overly ambitious storytelling and an insistence on milking Wolverine's appeal for solo movies really hurt...
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