Steam punk meets young adult fantasy in Cassandra Clare’s latest trilogy. Still set within the world of Shadow Hunters, this time she transports readers into Victorian London and introduces them to Tessa Gray, a young woman from America who has come to London to be reunited with her brother. Unbeknownst to Tessa, her brother Nathaniel has been caught in the shadow world of demons, warlocks, vampires and werewolves. Abducted by two warlock sisters, she soon discovers that she’s got the ability to transform into anyone at will, and that everything she knows about her life so far has been built on a lie.
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Title: Executable File
Author: Dave Cohen
Genre: Techno Thriller
This novel covers the rather uncertain career of Dan File, a superhacker who was so bored in college that he began tweaking his football-playing roommate’s grades for the fun of it.
After that escapade, he began downloading the oppositions’ playbooks and sharing them with his school’s team.
His electronic antics went unnoticed for some time, but at last, the discrepancies became apparent. Dan was too smart to leave any evidence behind, but his college scholarship was revoked all the same and he was asked to leave the school.
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The Difference Between an Editorial Review and a Book Review
They both have “review” in their name, so are they just similar titles for the same thing? Or is there a difference?
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The Monopoly Man is the perverse story of a very disturbed man, Erik Duka a psychopath completely devoid of conscience, or remorse for an ongoing string of horrendous murders committed in Atlantic City NJ.
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