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Stamping Butterflies (Science Fiction) 55(2)
Published by Spectra on August 29, 2006
First Published by Gollancz in 2004
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 70
[Audio Version] I'm sure a re-read would be enlightening, but I didn't like the story well enough to do that. I did, however, really like Grimwood's style and look forward to reading more of his work.
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Press Enter (Science Fiction) 84(1)
Published by s.n. on January 01, 1997
First Published by Davis Publications in 1984
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 84
[Audio Version] It's exciting, moving, and scary.
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Shadrach in the Furnace (Science Fiction) 80(1)
Published by Bison Books on November 01, 2008
First Published by Bobbs-Merrill 1970, First Edition in 1970
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 80
[Audio Version] The dystopic "Big Brother" setting is intriguing, the plot is exciting and tense, there are numerous ethical issues to consider, and Shadrach is a likeable protagonist.
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Tower of Glass (Science Fiction) 75(1)
Published by Gollancz on January 01, 2000
First Published by Scribner in 1970
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 75
[Audio Version] There aren't any likeable characters here, and it's hard for me to relate to androids, but Tower of Glass made me think.
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The Warlock in Spite of Himself (Fantasy) 50(1)
Published by Ace Trade on September 01, 1998
First Published by Ace in 1969
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 50
[Audio Version] There was nothing remarkable about the prose and I thought the humor was often juvenile and most likely to be enjoyed by teens (though The Warlock in Spite of Himself, because of the sexual content, is not marketed to teens).
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Schrodinger's Kitten (Science Fiction) 80(1)
Published by Pulphouse Pub on March 01, 1992
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 80
[Audio Version] It's a well-constructed, mind-expanding story.
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The Weird (Fantasy) 85(3)
Published by Tor Books on May 08, 2012
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 95
The Weird: A Compendium of Strange and Dark Stories deserves a place on every speculative fiction lover's bookshelf.
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The Dragon's Eye (The Dragonology Chronicles, Book 1) (Young Adult Fantasy) 25(1)
Published by Candlewick on November 14, 2006
First Published by Candlewick in 2006
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 25
[Audio Version] Some of the story is cute, but it's never very clever, and nearly every part of the plot has a parallel to HARRY POTTER, even down to the soul-sucking Dementors
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Gene of Isis (The Mystique Trilogy, Book 1) (Fantasy) 20(1)
Published by Bolinda Audio on May 14, 2012
First Published by HarperCollins Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd in 2005
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 20
[Audio Version] ...I was bored out of my mind...
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The World Inside (Science Fiction) 75(3)
Published by Orb Books on March 02, 2010
First Published by Doubleday & Company, Inc. in 1971
  
Fantasy Literature Review Rating: 65
In the end, the plot didn't hold together, but I still enjoyed the setting and many of the ideas in The World Inside, so I didn't feel like it was a waste of my time.
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