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Box Review and Giveaway!: TeeBlox – July 2016

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TeeBlox is a t-shirt subscription service that brings 100% authentic licensed geek and gamer shirts to your doorsteps every month. No hidden fees. Cancel anytime. Satisfaction Guaranteed.”

Get 1 shirt and 2 other items starting at $12.99/mo and use code: SCIFICHICK24 to get 24% off your first month!

Subscribers can pick from the following categories: SciFi, Marvel, DC Comics, Cartoons, Movies & TV, Games, Hot Meex, or Disney!

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Star Trek T-shirt – I love the color and the retro 8-bit look to this unique shirt. And I love the funny quote. This is one I will definitely wear.

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Ghost Rider Comic – This is a classic Ghost Rider comic. And I don’t think I’ve read any Ghost Rider yet, so I was really happy this was included!

Star Wars/Monty Python Mashup Sticker – I’m not a fan of the artwork, but it’s a clever mashup and pretty funny.

Summary: I really like this new mystery subscription! It’s a decent price for a quality shirt and a couple other fun items. I love that you can pick your theme. Though, maybe in the future it may be nice if you can switch your theme up without having to cancel and resubscribe under a new theme. I definitely recommend this sub if you love geeky shirts like I do!

Remember, use code: SCIFICHICK24 to get 24% off your first month!


Courtesy of TeeBlox, I have a code for a free shipment for one (1) lucky winner!

Contest is open to US residents only. Make sure to leave a valid email! To enter, just fill out the form below. Contest ends August 19. I’ll draw a name on August 20, and notify winner via email.

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Book Giveaway: My Gym Teacher Is an Alien Overlord

Getting back from vacation, means that I don’t have time to gather a unique post or review anything – so a week of giveaways it is!

Courtesy of Viking, I have a copy of My Gym Teacher Is an Alien Overlord by David Solomons for one (1) lucky winner!

Contest is open to US residents only. No PO Boxes please. To enter, just fill out the form below. Contest ends August 19. I’ll draw a name on August 20, and notify winner via email.

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Book Giveaway: Ursula K. Le Guin: The Complete Orsinia

Getting back from vacation, means that I don’t have time to gather a unique post or review anything – so a week of giveaways it is!

Courtesy of The Library of America, I have a copy of Ursula K. Le Guin: The Complete Orsinia by Ursula K. Le Guin for one (1) lucky winner!

Contest is open to US residents only. No PO Boxes please. To enter, just fill out the form below. Contest ends August 19. I’ll draw a name on August 20, and notify winner via email.

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Book Giveaway: The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who

Getting back from vacation, means that I don’t have time to gather a unique post or review anything – so a week of giveaways it is!

Courtesy of BBC Books, I have a copy of The Scientific Secrets of Doctor Who by Simon Guerrier for one (1) lucky winner!

Contest is open to US residents only. No PO Boxes please. To enter, just fill out the form below. Contest ends August 19. I’ll draw a name on August 20, and notify winner via email.

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It’s Star Trek: Beyond Release Day!

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Who all is seeing it tonight?! Or did you go last night?

Synopsis: ‘Star Trek Beyond,’ the highly anticipated next installment in the globally popular Star Trek franchise, created by Gene Roddenberry and reintroduced by J.J. Abrams in 2009, returns with director Justin Lin (“The Fast and the Furious” franchise) at the helm of this epic voyage of the U.S.S. Enterprise and her intrepid crew. In “Beyond,’ the Enterprise crew explores the furthest reaches of uncharted space, where they encounter a mysterious new enemy who puts them and everything the Federation stands for to the test.

Book Giveaway: Night of the Animals

Courtesy of Ecco, I have a copy of Night of the Animals by Bill Broun for one (1) lucky winner!

Contest is open to US residents only. No PO Boxes please. To enter, just fill out the form below. Contest ends August 19. I’ll draw a name on August 20, and notify winner via email.

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SciFi Book Review: Marvel’s Thor: Dueling with Giants

Marvel’s Thor: Dueling with Giants by Keith R. A. DeCandido

Synopsis:
During just another day for the God of Thunder, Thor is defending Asgard against invading trolls when the unthinkable happens―his hammer Mjolnir loses its enchantment. Thor is still more than a match for his enemies, and after vanquishing them he learns the secret to his sudden weakness. Mjolnir was switched without him knowing, and only one being would be cunning enough to carry out such a trick: Loki.

Review:
Dueling with Giants is the first in the Tales of Asgard Trilogy, this focusing on Thor and Loki. Loki make a deal with the frost giants all to trap Thor – but his plans never quite work out the way he hopes. His jealousy and trickery are very like his comicbook and film self. And he was really the highlight of the story. The archaic speech of Thor and the others are like the comics and film as well. So, it may slow readers down a bit, but it’s not confusing to understand. There is a good amount of action and Thor fight scenes – an especially exciting one near the climactic ending. This is a fast-paced, quick read that Thor (and Loki) fans ages 10 and up will enjoy. Books 2 and 3 will focus on Lady Sif and the The Warriors Three respectively.

SciFi Book Review: Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory

Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory by Nick Scott and Noa Gavin

Synopsis:
Carson High School seniors Scott and Davey don’t have much common ground―that is, until all universes begin collapsing into their school. Soon, the avowed loner and the mean-girl cheerleader realize that something is very wrong, and they’re the only two who are aware of what’s happening. Demon versions of their teachers roam the halls, a cowboy sloth appears sporadically, and some students randomly burst into flames, while angry interdimensional counterparts of other students destroy everything in sight.

Now it’s up to two seniors from opposite sides of the social spectrum to defeat this scourge and save not only their high school but also the world. Armed with little more than school supplies and Scott’s trusty copy of The NEW Multiverse Theory, can these unlikely heroes put their differences aside and stop the total chaos? If they can’t, the end of the world may just be beginning.

Review:
Scott is a relatable loner who has just a small group of unique friends. Davey is a self-involved “princess” who is not at all likable – at first. But for some reason both begin to see incredible things such as dead frogs who begin talking and begging not to be dissected. Things only get weirder from there.

Practical Applications for Multiverse Theory is a strange and wacky story. Full of bizarre creatures, colorful characters, and a big mystery – this story is fast-paced and a quick read. The quirky humor is what makes it work. It’s old school scifi meets a YA comedy – a lot of fun.