Monthly Archives: August 2012

Book Review – Day of War by Cliff Graham

Day of War by Cliff Graham My rating: 4 of 5 stars Day of War started with a bang. The story opens with Benaiah, one of David’s soldiers, getting into a fight with a lion. These opening chapters were especially … Continue reading

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Games to Change the World

This lady (Jane McGonigal) has some interesting ideas about using computer games to solve real-world problems. Essentially, what she is talking about is Gamification. I know in my own life that this has been a helpful concept. The social game … Continue reading

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Book Review – Vigilante by Robin Parrish

Vigilante by Robin Parrish My rating: 5 of 5 stars Robin Parrish does it again. This story follows the journey of a war hero who sacrifices his identity, his whole life, to become a shadowy vigilante crime fighter. Nolan Gray … Continue reading

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Book Review – Recollection by Tom Pawlik

Recollection by Tom Pawlik My rating: 5 of 5 stars I particularly enjoyed this instalment in the 7 Hours series. Tom Pawlik adds an extra level of mystery as we find our character Adrian Colfax waking up in the past … Continue reading

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