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Flash Gordon News

SciFi Wire talks more on what’s being updated in the new Flash Gordon remake.

After painfully watching Painkiller Jane, I don’t have high hopes for this newest SciFi Channel show. And I think it’s pretty gutsy to order 22 episodes right away.

“The show will take Ming ‘into more of a kind of Saddam Hussein, dictator type of character and play with some of those themes of control over the masses and propaganda’…”
That right there is the biggest turn-off.

The Best (First Half) of 2007

I can hardly believe 2007 is already half over! In looking through the books that I’ve read these past 6 months (around 76 so far), here are 13 of my favorites so far this year:

1. Scent of Shadows: The First Sign of the Zodiac, by Vicki Pettersson – Reviewed Here

2. Bitterwood, by James Maxey – Reviewed Here

3. Rebel Fay, by Barb and J.C. Hendee – Reviewed Here

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Bitterwood

Bitterwood, by James Maxey, is one of my favorite novels of the year.

In a land where dragons rule, and humans are treated merely as slaves and pets, there seems to be little hope. But after his family is taken from him, Bitterwood sets out on a quest for vengeance against the ruthless dragons. And humanity looks to the legendary dragon hunter to set them free.

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