Bent Road by Lori Roy
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This is one book that made me laugh out loud several times. If you were ever a “Star Trek” fan (in any of its iterations) you will enjoy it too. The protagonist is Ensign Andrew Dahl, has just been posted to the flagship of the Universal Union, the Intrepid. He is assigned to the Xenobiology Lab and quickly discovers whenever Captain Abernathy or the Chief Science Officer enter the lab, his mates disappear. When he presses them for an explanation, they relucta
"The highest percentage of readers by age was 88 percent, among the 18-24 age group, followed by 86 percent in the 16-17 range.
Humphrey Bogart was born Christmas Day in 1899 and died January 14, 1957. Only 58 years old, he left a body of work in American Film so profound he was dubbed the “Greatest Male Star in Cinema History” by the American Film Institute. After working in pictures for years, his career didn’t even take off until he was 40. In the following 18 years he gave nuanced, powerful performances in “High Sierra” “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” “The Petrified Forest” “The Ma
One of the new science titles, Rabid, out is a good study of the horrible disease, rabies. Rare in some parts of the world, this disease continues to ravage poorer areas in particular.