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  • Supernatural: Rite of Passage by John Passarella is a novel that is based on the TV series Supernatural. It is a thrilling horror story that encompasses dark and otherworldly forces. In this novel, the main characters Sam and Dean are led to Laurel Hill, New Jersey, when they hear of a series of accidents that seem to be more than just terrible bad luck. First, three skilled roofers manage to fall of a roof and die within thirty seconds of each other. Then, there are three seemingly random deaths in three different houses all on the same block. Sam and Dean are hunters that specialize in the supernatural, but even they have never encountered evil like this. The book takes […]

    Review: Supernatural: Rite of Passage

    Supernatural: Rite of Passage by John Passarella is a novel that is based on the TV series Supernatural. It is a thrilling horror story that encompasses dark and otherworldly forces. In this novel, the main characters Sam and Dean are led to Laurel Hill, New Jersey, when they hear of a series of accidents that seem to be more than just terrible bad luck. First, three skilled roofers manage to fall of a roof and die within thirty seconds of each other. Then, there are three seemingly random deaths in three different houses all on the same block. Sam and Dean are hunters that specialize in the supernatural, but even they have never encountered evil like this. The book takes […]

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  • I find it very rare these days to find a tale both original in its telling and unique in its plot. The term mass fiction or popular genre has become an excuse to present us with the same story over, and over and over again. It’s therefore definitively worth mentioning when one finds a book that is unique and the only one of its kind. This was how I found David J. Kowalski’s novel The Company of the Dead to be. Set against the backdrop of the world’s worst maritime disaster, the sinking of the RMS Titanic, Kowalski brings us a one of a kind combination of sci-fi, history and dash of conspiracy to weave a tale of epic proportions […]

    The Company of the Dead – A Book Review

    I find it very rare these days to find a tale both original in its telling and unique in its plot. The term mass fiction or popular genre has become an excuse to present us with the same story over, and over and over again. It’s therefore definitively worth mentioning when one finds a book that is unique and the only one of its kind. This was how I found David J. Kowalski’s novel The Company of the Dead to be. Set against the backdrop of the world’s worst maritime disaster, the sinking of the RMS Titanic, Kowalski brings us a one of a kind combination of sci-fi, history and dash of conspiracy to weave a tale of epic proportions […]

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  • The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a cutting edge scientific developmental wing of the U.S. government, recently announced that it has set aside millions of dollars to develop ‘Project Avatar’.  However, this project will not include blue people like in James Cameron’s “Avatar”.  Bi-pedal robots will be used to conduct many of the dangerous tasks performed by infantry soldiers.   Theoretically, a real-life soldier could be used to control the robot from thousands of miles away according to DARPA.  Here is a link to Daily Tech’s article which can provide as much detail as DARPA is obligated to divulge: http://www.dailytech.com/DARPA+Looks+to+Bring+Movie+Avatar+to+Life+with+Robot+Surrogates/article24041.htm Immediately, this sets in motion a few deep issues about the project, both against and for the project.  My friend and […]

    Project Avatar: Urban Warfare of the Future

    The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), a cutting edge scientific developmental wing of the U.S. government, recently announced that it has set aside millions of dollars to develop ‘Project Avatar’.  However, this project will not include blue people like in James Cameron’s “Avatar”.  Bi-pedal robots will be used to conduct many of the dangerous tasks performed by infantry soldiers.   Theoretically, a real-life soldier could be used to control the robot from thousands of miles away according to DARPA.  Here is a link to Daily Tech’s article which can provide as much detail as DARPA is obligated to divulge: http://www.dailytech.com/DARPA+Looks+to+Bring+Movie+Avatar+to+Life+with+Robot+Surrogates/article24041.htm Immediately, this sets in motion a few deep issues about the project, both against and for the project.  My friend and […]

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