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I've finally gotten around to reading the Hunger Games series which is all hyped-up at the moment due to the upcoming movie release. The books lived up to the hype, and I struggled to put them down. I've posted reviews of the first (Hunger Games) and second (Catching Fire) books in the trilogy. Feel free to post comments if you agree or disagree or are just as nuts about this series as I am.
SciFiDorks' Vault is also continuing on its Greg Egan love-in thanks to another insightful review by Theworldslaziestbusker. This time Distress is in the spotlight and seemed to have made quite the impact on the reviewer!
Considering the large chunk of time since the last updates, there's a remarkably few number of new reviews. Thanks to Worldslaziestbusker for providing another quality review on a Greg Egan novel, Permutation City.
I've also included a review of the new Matt Damon movie The Bourne Identity 4, sorry, I mean The Adjustment Bureau. For those of you into that micro-niche market of romantic sci-fi films, this one should be right up your alley.
And finally, there's a review of Michaelbrent Collings action thriller Run which finally proves that not all 99-cent e-books are crap. I was pleasantly surprised with this book, and both my mom and I had a great time racing to the end of it and trying to figure out the twists and turns.
I'm currently working my way through The Hunger Games trilogy so stay tuned!
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