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1. Title:A Simulation of the Fluctuations of International Atomic Time

Author: James A. Barnes

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Publisher:National Bureau of Standards

Language:English

Year:1976

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Dan Schwent Review: Takeshi Kovacs is killed on an another world and re-sleeved in Bay City in the body of a disgraced cop. His mission: find out who killed Laurens Bancroft, a Meth (short for Methusaleh) billionaire. Bancroft and is offering Kovacs his freedom as a reward. Only a lot of people don't want anyone to know why Bancroft killed himself. Can Kovacs get to the bottom of things before the demons in Bancroft's private life get him?

I bought this for a buck and it languished on my shelf for a couple years. Wa

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Eva Review: Around this time last year, I read Deep Down Dead, the first Lori Anderson book. I remember it left me absolutely exhausted from the relentless action but also thrilled to know there would be more from Lori and that time has finally come. So, yes, once again I had insanely high expectations and I was not disappointed because this one is even better!

Deep Blue Trouble picks up one week after events from the previous book. With JT in jail, Lori cuts a deal with Special Agent Alex Monroe. He needs h

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Stacey (prettybooks) Review: Boys Don't Knit was the second book I read in June for #aryaclub, a young adult book club. Tom Easton read from Boy's Don't Knit back in March at the Drink Shop Do Speakeasy. I rarely find books that are 'laugh out out'-funny, but Tom's reading was so hilarious that it made everyone on my table want to read the book even more – so we did.

After Ben Fletcher gets into a kerfuffle with a lollipop lady, which isn't really his fault at all, he narrowly avoids the Young Offenders Unit by pledging to G

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Trish Review:
The flood changed everything.

... extreme weather had its own state of mind ...

I'm usually weary of prequels of any kind. It often sounds like a movie company, author or whoever wants to cash in on past successes. In case of Philip Pullman, I was a bit more optimistic - especially after reading His Dark Materials only last month (I had only known the very first book up to that point). Also, Pullman was indeed asked if this was a prequel, to which he gave the perfect answer, calling it an "eque

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Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads Review: Reviewed by: Rabid Reads

4.5 stars

Last year I had a bad run of YA fantasy. A really bad run. So bad that I was seriously considering giving up YA altogether, b/c I had clearly matured past the point to being able to enjoy it.

Pfft.

And it was Half the World's predecessor Half a King that kept me from making a brash decision I would inevitably come to regret.

I am pleased to tell you that Half the World (IM humble O) has surpassed it.

Meet Thorn.

Thorn is a girl who lives in a world where women are r

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