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Zoho Books

Reviews If there is one thing that Zoho can be given credit for its the company’s numerous productivity tools that work well together, including chat apps and CRM tools. Zoho Books is an online accounting software that can track projects and automatically download data banks. Already, Zoho Invoice is capable of doing what Books can…
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Sage One Accounts

Review Picture this: you’ve just started a new business with a group of friends. You’ve decided on being a group of accountants. You’ve come up with a name, located a place to set up shop, and drawn out a business plan. There is just more thing to consider: how will you manage your business practice?…
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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

Review It all began one night; the late Douglas Adams, drunk out of his wits, fell on his back onto a grassy field. His sight met with outer space, all dark and starry-eyed as it stared back at him. Pondering on how vast the universe must be, Adams raised up the idea of a group…
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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 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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