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Author Archive: Kelly Jensen

Writer of love stories. Bibliophile. Gamer. Cat herder.

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Serenity: Leaves On The Wind # 2 by Zach Whedon and Georges Jeanty.

February 21, 2014 | By | Reply More
Serenity: Leaves On The Wind # 2 by Zach Whedon and Georges Jeanty.

It took me so long to get to the first issue of ‘Serenity: Leaves On The Wind’ that the second issue showed up in my inbox only a week later. Procrastination rewarded! There are no preview pages for this comic on the Dark Horse website and when the first issue came out, reviewers were asked […]

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Mass Effect: Foundation # 7 by Mac Walters and Garry Brown (comic-book review).

February 18, 2014 | By | Reply More
Mass Effect: Foundation # 7 by Mac Walters and Garry Brown (comic-book review).

Finally, it’s the of ‘Mass Effect: Foundation’ comic I have been waiting for. Number seven or Jack’s issue. Jack is a companion and possible love interestfor the main character, Commander Shepard, in the game ‘Mass Effect 2’. She also appears in ‘Mass Effect 3’. Jack, formerly known as Subject Zero, is a powerful biotic with […]

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Serenity: Leaves On The Wind book # 1 by Zach Whedon and Georges Jeanty (comic-book review).

February 6, 2014 | By | Reply More
Serenity: Leaves On The Wind  book # 1 by Zach Whedon and Georges Jeanty (comic-book review).

  ‘Serenity: Leaves On The Wind’ is the latest in the on-going series of comics devoted to the story of Malcolm Reynolds and the crew of the Serenity. For those unfamiliar with the world of Firefly (gasp!), these comics are all that remain of a beloved TV show ‘Firefly’ that died too quick a death […]

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The Martian by Andy Weir (book review).

February 5, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Martian by Andy Weir (book review).

‘The Martian’ by Andy Weir is one of the most thrilling and absorbing novels I have ever read. Mark Watney is the seventeenth man to set foot on Mars, an order determined months before the Ares 3 Mars Descent Vehicle (MDV) touches the ground. The easy-going botanist/engineer is happy with his slot. He’s on Mars, […]

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The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra R. Clarke (book review),

January 31, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra R. Clarke (book review),

Quite simply, ‘The Mad Scientist’s Daughter’ by Cassandra R. Clarke is a love story. There is a hitch, however. There is a boy and a girl, but one of them is an android. For Caterina Novak, this isn’t an issue until it is. In this vaguely dystopian future, artificial intelligences are blamed from everything to […]

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Tangled Hearts (Highland Hearts book 2) by Heather McCollum (book review).

January 28, 2014 | By | Reply More
Tangled Hearts (Highland Hearts book 2) by Heather McCollum (book review).

I haven’t read Heather McCollum before, but the promise of an adventure involving the Tudors, pirates and magic made this one irresistible. Also, I was in the mood for romance and men in kilts. There was plenty of both…and Tudors, pirates and magic. Second in the ‘Highland Hearts’ series, ‘Tangled Hearts’ follows Ewan Brody and […]

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The Flight Of The Silvers by Daniel Price (book review).

January 28, 2014 | By | Reply More
The Flight Of The Silvers by Daniel Price (book review).

Six ordinary people survive the end of the world. They are visited by three ethereal beings and given a silver bracelet. Moments before the sky collapses on them, they are surrounded by protective bubbles and have to watch everything and everyone they care about disappear. When the dust settles, they find themselves on an alternate […]

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The Reaver: The Sundering, Book IV by Richard Lee Byers (book review).

January 28, 2014 | By | 1 Reply More
The Reaver: The Sundering, Book IV by Richard Lee Byers (book review).

‘The Reaver’ by Richard Lee Byers is book four in the multi-author event, ‘The Sundering’. Set during the Era of Upheaval, each novel tells a smaller story, which often include beloved characters and some of Faerûn’s iconic heroes. ‘The Reaver’ takes us to the Sea of Fallen Stars where a small boy is trying to […]

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To Sail A Darkling Sea (Black Tide Rising book 2) by John Ringo (book review).

January 28, 2014 | By | 2 Replies More
To Sail A Darkling Sea (Black Tide Rising book 2) by John Ringo (book review).

In ‘To Sail A Darkling Sea’, the sequel to ‘Under A Graveyard Sky’, the Smith family continues doing what they do best: killing the infected and reclaiming the world, piece by bloody, zombie-ridden piece. As they recover ships and rescue survivors of the plague, Wolf Squadron becomes something more than a rag tag fleet of […]

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Pariah: Volume One by Aron Warner, Philip Gelatt (writers) and Brett Weldele (artist) (graphic novel review).

January 20, 2014 | By | Reply More
Pariah: Volume One by Aron Warner, Philip Gelatt (writers) and Brett Weldele (artist) (graphic novel review).

Vitros are children born of an experiment designed to cure rare and fatal diseases in-vitro. They’re essentially human, but highly intelligent. Like all sub-sets of the population, they’re regarded with distrust, however. Some attempt to blend with society, others are hidden away and yet others are invited to put their exemplary minds to use. When […]

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