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Tag: Dire Earth Cycle

The Plague Forge (Dire Earth Cycle book 3) by Jason M. Hough (book review).

September 16, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
The Plague Forge (Dire Earth Cycle book 3) by Jason M. Hough (book review).

Best last line, ever. I had to get that out first; it’s an important observation because the last line of this book perfectly illustrates the cyclical nature of the trilogy. The line serves as an explanation (even without the benefit of the epilogue), a conclusion and a beginning. The story is far from over, though […]

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The Exodus Towers (The Dire Earth Cycle book 2) by Jason M. Hough (book review).

August 15, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
The Exodus Towers (The Dire Earth Cycle book 2) by Jason M. Hough (book review).

‘The Darwin Elevator’ by James M. Hough ended with the discovery of a second space elevator and a new, moveable aura to protect Earth’s survivors from a deadly plague. ‘The Exodus Towers’, book two of ‘The Dire Earth Cycle’, begins shortly afterward. There is no rest for the weary! It’s another race against time, the […]

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The Darwin Elevator (The Dire Earth Cycle book 1) by Jason M. Hough (book review).

July 22, 2013 | By | 3 Replies More
The Darwin Elevator (The Dire Earth Cycle book 1) by Jason M. Hough (book review).

Easily one of the best books I’ve read this year, ‘The Darwin Elevator’ by Jason M. Hough has style and substance. The characters are vivid and compelling and the plot features more than just another zombie apocalypse. I was hooked by the end of the first page. It’s the twenty-third century and Darwin is the […]

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