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The Space Merchants

Review In our current day and age, consumerism is the rule for many. Following the desolation of the Second World War, the planet braced itself for more trouble in the form of nuclear destruction. Despite the bleak situation, a new type of class was emerging in America: The Middle. This so-called nuclear family consisted of…
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The Secret-Law of attraction

Review~ Obtaining this information has truly changed my life and I am positive it could do the same for anyone. The secret teaches us about the law of attraction, how the power of your mind can control everything that comes into you existence. It’s simple, if you cloud your mind with negative thoughts then that…
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The Stars My Destination

Review Best known as Alfred Bester’s seminal work, The Stars My Destination is famous is for two things: 1)    It pioneered the cyberpunk genre, 2)    And it includes what is perhaps the most memorable use of synaesthesia in any work of fiction. In regard to the former, works like Johnny Mnemonic and Neuromancer would not…
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The Handmaid’s Tale

Review A bleak, biting satire of patriarchy, The Handmaid’s Tale is an oddity within science-fiction. As dystopian feminist literature, the novel does away with the muscle-bound heroes of space opera, and dismisses the corporations of cyberpunk. Instead, Margaret Atwood invents an alternate future in which a religious police state, based on extremist Christian values, oppresses…
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The Forever War

Review Published in 1974, The Forever War is considered one of the greatest pieces of science-fiction literature to have ever existed. Winner of the Nebula Award in 1975, and the Hugo and Locus awards in 1976, the novel established Joe Haldeman as one of military science fiction’s supreme writers. The book’s narrative – centered on…
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The Road

10. The Road Cormac McCarthy’s bleak masterpiece The Road is a quiet gem among post-apocalyptic stories. The two lead characters, simply known as The Man and The Boy, travel the desolate landscape of a devastated America. The exact cause of this barren, empty land of grey snow and ashes is uncertain. As they travel to…
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The Life Of Pi Novel

The Life of Pi

The Life of Pi   The Life of Pi is the fable of a young Tamil boy by the name of Piscine Molitor Patel (or, “Pi”, for short). He recounts his life as an old man to journalist Yann Martel, about his youthful days spent in the city of Pondicherry, with an inner conflict centred…
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Bridget Jones’ Diary (1996)

Bridget Jones’ Diary (1996) Helen Fielding’s classic comedy-drama details the life of Bridget Jones, a regular woman with regular plans, just like other regular women. To get the answers, she believes in doing the following three things: a. to lose 7 pounds, b. to stop smoking, and c. to develop Inner Poise. Bridget Jones’ Diary…
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The Notebook (2004)

The Notebook (2004) Set around the beauty of the North Carolina coast, The Notebook is a romantic drama about Noah Calhoun, a young plantation worker who’s just returned from the Second World War and into a different kind of America. Noah spends time lamenting the summer days he spent 14 years ago with a beautiful…
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The girl with the dragon tattoo

The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo (2001)

The Girl with The Dragon Tattoo (2001) Swedish author Stieg Larsson’s famed crime novel is about Mikael Blomkvist, a financial journalist who once held a steady professional life, only to watch it crumble before his very eyes. Everything seems hopeless until a Swedish industry tycoon offers Blomkvist a way out, but there is a catch:…
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