Book Review: From a Certain Point of View

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http://alternativespacetime.com/?page_id=333 Genre: science fiction / short stories

Rating: 4.5/5

What it’s about: What if A New Hope was told entirely from the point of view of side characters. That’s the main premise of Star Wars: From a Certain Point of View. From the loyal captain of the Tantive IV determined to keep Princess Leia Organa safe until his last breath to the force ghost of Qui-Gon Jinn and everyone–both good and bad, both known and unknown–in between.

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Top 5: Supernatural Books

As we all know the month of Halloween– er, October– is all about the spooky, fantastical, and supernatural, and what better way to celebrate that than a good book jam packed with vampires, zombies, or other miscellaneous supernatural creatures? Here are five great supernatural books to read this October.

 

1.The Girl with All the Gifts by M. R. Carey.

Top 5: Supernatural Books

source: amazon.com

In a post apocalyptic world ravaged by the Hungries, one little girl wakes up every day in a room by herself. She waits for the Sergeant and the other men with guns to strap her into her wheelchair and take her to the classroom where she learns about the times before Breakdown and about Greek myths from her favorite teacher, Miss Justineau. Then she is taken back to her room, and the process is repeated day after day. The only thing about her life that she truly dislikes is Dr. Caldwell and her frightening lab.

Melanie is a very special little girl, but she isn’t entirely sure why. Her teacher calls her a “little genius”, even though everyone else seems to be scared of her. But when Hungries attack, Melanie, Miss Justineau, the Sergeant, and Dr. Caldwell are thrown together as they try to navigate the outside world and stay alive.

Great quote: 

“It’s not just Pandora who had that inescapable flaw. It seems like everyone has been built in a way that sometimes makes them do wrong and stupid things.”

 

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