‘Pleased to Meet Me’ Pulls Back the Curtain On What Makes Us Unique [REVIEW]

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What is it that truly makes you unique? Find out what gives each of us our individuality in Bill Sullivan’s new book, Pleased to Meet Me from National Geographic. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Why do I always fall for the wrong person? Why can’t I tolerate other people’s idiosyncrasies? Why am I such a cynic? Why can’t I even look at a doughnut without gaining weight? The times we all ask “Why?” are seemingly endless. Most of us might think we know the answers to these introspective questions, but in truth, the real answers might surprise you. Now Professor Bill Sullivan sets the record straight in his new book, Pleased to Meet Me, from National Geographic.  Read more of this post

Robin Cook’s ‘Pandemic’ Offers an Unnerving Look at the Future of Biotechnology [REVIEW]

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When a young woman dies on the New York subway, it is no ordinary incident. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A mysterious death. An unidentified body. An unknown virus. When a veteran medical examiner investigates the dark side of medicine, will he be able to stop a deadly outbreak before it’s too late? Find out in Robin Cook’s latest thriller, Pandemic. Read more of this post

Brian Andrews Blows Our Minds with ‘Reset’

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Prepare to have your mind blown with Brian Andrews’ new stand-alone thriller, Reset. (Photo courtesy Thomas & Mercer)

Two years ago I had the chance to review Tier One, a novel by Brian Andrews and Jeffrey Wilson. It was the kind of fast-paced action adventure I love, one which launched a series and which I praised as being “as real and relevant as tomorrow’s headlines.” Now, prepare to be amazed because Andrews is back with a brand new novel which is guaranteed to thrill. This one is called Reset, and it tackles some pretty interesting ground. Thankfully, Brian agreed to shed some light on this relentless novel in today’s Q&A. Enjoy!

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Man Teeters on Verge of Extinction in James Rollins’ ‘The Demon Crown’ [REVIEW]

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Even science isn’t ready for the horrors that wait off the coast of Brazil in James Rollins’ latest thrill ride, The Demon Crown. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

When a team of scientists sets out to explore an island off the coast of Brazil, they are horrified by what they find. But someone doesn’t want their discovery to be made public, and soon they are imperiled themselves. Now only Sigma Force can stop the attrocities from wreaking havoc on an unsuspecting public. But will they be able to do so in time? Find out in James Rollins’ breathtaking rollercoaster ride of a novel, The Demon Crown.  Read more of this post

A Hero Is Born in Christopher Rice’s ‘Bone Music’ [REVIEW]

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Serial killers mentored her as a youth. Now she’s ready to play a different game in Christopher Rice’s Bone Music. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

As a baby, she became the prize of two notorious killers after they murdered her mother. She grew up in their a dark world where it wasn’t always easy to distinguish good from evil. Now the woman she has become has a new tool in her arsenal, and she’s determined to use it change the world in Christopher Rice’s new thriller, Bone Music.   Read more of this post