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Review: A Gazillion Little Bits by Claudia Brevis: 5 Star, Highly Unique Post Apoc SciFi


A Gazillion Little Bits
By: Claudia Brevis
Genre: Sci-Fi / Futuristic Post Apocalyptic


Rating: 5 Stars


A million little bits
waiting in the night
A billion little bits, a gazillion little bits
will make things right
forever saved, forever saved

Holy. Moo.
I have a feeling that this book is going to polarize readers, much like Ready Player One – they are either going to hate it or love it. Why? This book, much like Ready Player One, is unique in scope, style, subject and execution. It combines several aspects that may have many readers wondering what they just read while sending other readers into euphoric ‘wow’ moments.

I actually had several of both moments throughout the book, but even the ‘wtf did I just read’ moments had me going ‘wow’. Continue reading 


Book Review: Meridian – 4 Star Dystopic/Post-Apoc SciFi

Title: Meridian
Series: Key of Ascension
By: Terra Whiteman
Genre: Dystopic Post Apoc
SubGenre: Genetic powers
Rating: 4 Stars
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Meridian left me with some rather conflicted feelings. I certainly enjoyed the story, the well-done characters and great world-building. On the other hand, the whole time I was reading it, I felt like I had read or seen it all before. I think what this book had in great writing, it lacked in originality. That vague sense of deja’vu is what led to a four star rating instead of five. Continue reading →