Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) by Marissa Meyer, Books for Boys Review

Welcome to Toonopolis, The Blog! Subscribe to email updates to make sure you don’t miss any reviews, giveaways, promotions, or updates about my work. Thanks for visiting! Introduction Title: Cinder (The Lunar Chronicles, #1) Author: Marissa Meyer Genre: Science Fiction, Fairy Tale Retelling Release Date: January 3, 2012 Synopsis (from Amazon): Humans and androids crowd …

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Ever Upward (The Excelsior Journey, #2) by George Sirois, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Ever Upward (The Excelsior Journey, #2) Author: George Sirois Genre: Science Fiction Release Date: May 10, 2018 Synopsis (from Amazon): An ancient foe. A divided planet. An impossible choice to make. A newly established link between Denab IV and Earth has endangered both planets, causing Excelsior’s own people to turn against him. With General Hodera …

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Fellowship of Fantasy: Heroic Summer Giveaway!

Heroes! What would stories be without them? The Fellowship of Fantasy has put together an Incredible prize pack featuring fictional Marvels. If you have a Vision, you’ll want to get your hand on this Wonder of a collection, including a Woman Woman Journal, a Paperback copy of Hall of Heroes, and a ten ebook mini-library …

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Joshua N’Gon: Last Prince of Alkebulahn by Anthony Hewitt, Blog Tour!

Note: This is an informational post about a fairly recently released book by British author Anton Marks (writing this series as Anthony Hewitt). I did not personally have a chance to read the story due to life, but wanted to share the book with my blog readers as it sounds like a fun afrofuturistic story! …

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Batman: The Killing Joke by Alan Moore, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Batman: The Killing Joke Author: Alan Moore Illustrator: Brian Bolland Genre: Graphic Novel Release Date: March 1988 Synopsis (from Amazon): Presented for the first time with stark, stunning new coloring by Bolland, BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE is Alan Moore’s unforgettable meditation on the razor-thin line between sanity and insanity, heroism and villainy, comedy …

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The Belch Park Field Trip (Chrome Junction Academy, #3) by Andrew Mackay, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Barry and the Chronicles Author: Alun Davies Illustrator: Kveather Genre: Adventure, Satire Release Date: March 12, 2018 Synopsis (from Amazon): IT’S A JUNGLE IN THERE! Henry Williams has never been a leader. Or stood up to the bullies. Or kissed the girl of his dreams. In fact, he’s never stood out from the …

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Barry and the Chronicles by Alun Davies, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Barry and the Chronicles Author: Alun Davies Genre: Fantasy, Fable Release Date: January 29, 2018 Synopsis (from the Publisher): Barry encounters an evil force of Witches intent on capturing the minds of young children with a view to making themselves more and more powerful. Barry finds other Spiders along the way to help …

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SpeedRunner (Tower of Babel, #1) by Adam Elliott, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: SpeedRunner (Tower of Babel, #1) Author: Adam Elliott Genre: LitRPG, Cyberpunk Release Date: June 30, 2017 Synopsis (from Amazon): Launch day. That was what they called it. The day when over four million people vanished in an instant from the island of Manhattan. The day earthquakes ravaged the east coast. The day a …

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Sidekick (The Red Raptor Files, #1) by Christopher J. Valin, Books for Boys Review

Introduction Title: Sidekick (The Red Raptor Files, #1) Author: Christopher J. Valin Genre: Urban Fantasy, Superhero Release Date: January 26, 2016 Synopsis (from Amazon): THE CITY’S GREATEST HERO HAS DISAPPEARED and it’s up to his teenage sidekick to find him. But Red Raptor isn’t prepared for the challenges he must face when he has to …

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Brave New Girls: Tales of Heroines Who Hack Cover Reveal!

BRAVE NEW GIRLS: TALES OF HEROINES WHO HACK is a YA sci-fi anthology (edited by sci-fi authors Paige Daniels and Mary Fan) featuring stories about girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)… Girls who hack not just computers, but whatever puzzles come their way, using their smarts to save the day. It’s got sci-fi …

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