Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

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Our Last Echoes

Kara Thomas meets Twin Peaks in this supernatural thriller about one girl's hunt for the truth about her mother's disappearance.

Sophia's first memory is of drowning. She remembers the darkness of the water and the briny taste as it fills her throat. She remembers the cold shock of going under. She remembers her mother pulling her to safety before disappearing forever. But Sophia has never been in the ocean. And her mother died years ago in a hospital. Or so she has been told her whole life.

A series of clues have led Sophia to the island of Bitter Rock, Alaska, where she talked her way into a summer internship at the Landon Avian Research Center, the same center her mother worked at right before she died. There, she meets the disarmingly clever Liam, whose own mother runs the LARC, as well as Abby, who's following a mystery of her own: a series of unexplained disappearances. People have been vanishing from Bitter Rock for decades, leaving only their ghostly echoes behind. When it looks like their two mysteries might be one and the same, Sophia vows to dig up the truth, no matter how many lies she has to tell along the way. Even if it leads her to a truth she may not want to face.

Our Last Echoes is an eerie collection of found documents and written confessionals, in the style of Rules for Vanishing, with supernatural twists that keep you questioning what is true and what is an illusion.

The Castle School (for Troubled Girls)

When Moira Dreyfuss's parents announce that they're sending her to an all girls boarding school deep in the Maine woods, Moira isn't fooled. She knows her parents are punishing her; she's been too much trouble since her best friend, Nathan, died―and for a while before that. At the Castle School, isolated from the rest of the world, Moira will be expected to pour her heart out to the odd headmaster, Dr. Prince. But she isn't interested in getting over Nathan's death or befriending her fellow students.

On her first night there, Moira hears distant music. On her second, she discovers the lock on her window is broken. On her third, she and her roommate venture outsideand learn that they're not so isolated after all. There's another, very different, Castle School nearby―this one filled with boys whose parents sent them away, too.

Moira is convinced that the Castle Schools and the doctors who run them are hiding something. But exploring the schools will force Moira to confront her overwhelming grief―and the real reasons her parents sent her away.

The Lake

Hot on the heels of The Twin, the undisputed queen of YA thrillers is back with a scary and suspenseful read about a summer camp filled with dark secrets.

Esme and Kayla once were campers at Camp Pine Lake. They're excited to be back this year as CITs (counselors in training). Esme loves the little girls in her cabin and thinks it's funny how scared they are of everything spiders, the surly head counselor, the dark, boys . even swimming in the lake! It reminds her a little of how she and Kayla used to be, once. Before . it happened.

Because Esme and Kayla did something bad when they were campers. Afterwards, the girls agreed to keep it secret. They've moved on or so they say and this summer is going to be great. Two months of sun, s's, and flirting with the cute boy counselors. But then they get a note. THE LAKE NEVER FORGETS. And the secret they've kept buried for so many years is about to resurface.

Tell Me My Name

We Were Liars meets Speak in this haunting, mesmerizing psychological thriller a gender flipped YA Great Gatsby that will linger long after the final line

On wealthy Commodore Island, Fern is watching and waiting for summer, for college, for her childhood best friend to decide he loves her. Then Ivy Avila lands on the island like a falling star. When Ivy shines on her, Fern feels seen. When they're together, Fern has purpose. She glimpses the secrets Ivy hides behind her fame, her fortune, the lavish parties she throws at her great glass house, and understands that Ivy hurts in ways Fern can't fathom. And soon, it's clear Ivy wants someone Fern can help her get. But as the two pull closer, Fern's cozy life on Commodore unravels: drought descends, fires burn, and a reckless night spins out of control. Everything Fern thought she understood about her home, herself, the boy she loved, about Ivy Avila twists and bends into something new. And Fern won't emerge the same person she was.

An enthralling, mind altering fever dream, Tell Me My Name is about the cost of being a girl in a world that takes so much, and the enormity of what is regained when we take it back.

The Last Secret You’ll Ever Keep

Bestselling author Laurie Faria Stolarz returns with a thrilling novel where an eighteen year old girl's search for answers lands her in one of the most terrifying situations imaginable.

Four days…
Trapped in a well, surrounded by dirt, scratching at the walls trying to find a way out.
Four days of a thirst so strong, that when it finally rains, I drink as much as possible from the dripping walls, not even caring how much dirt comes with it.

Six months…
Since my escape. Since no one believed I was taken to begin with – from my own bed, after a party, when no one else was home…
Six months of trying to find answers and being told instead that I made the whole incident up.

One month…
Since I logged on to the Jane Anonymous site for the first time and found a community of survivors who listen without judgment, provide advice, and console each other when needed.
A month of chatting with a survivor whose story eerily mirrors my own: a girl who’s been receiving triggering clues, just like me, and who could help me find the answers I’m searching for.

Three days…
Since she mysteriously disappears, and since I’m forced to ask the questions: will my chance to find out what happened to me vanish with her? And will I be next?

The House Uptown

For fans of Megan Abbott and Laura Lippman, Melissa Ginsburg's The House Uptown is an emotional coming of age novel about a young girl who goes to live with her eccentric grandmother in New Orleans after the death of her mother.

Ava, 14 years old and totally on her own, has still not fully processed her mother's death when she finds herself on a train heading to New Orleans, going to stay with Lane, her grandmother whom she's never met.

Lane is a well known artist in the New Orleans art scene. She spends most of her days in a pot smoke haze, sipping iced coffee, and working on the mural that has been her singular focus for years. Her grip on reality is shaky at best, but her work provides a comfort.

Ava's arrival unsettles Lane. The girl bears an uncanny resemblance to her daughter, whom she was estranged from before her death. Now her presence is dredging up painful and disturbing memories, which forces Lane to retreat even further into her own mind. Ava, meanwhile, is entranced and frightened by her grandmother. She wants to be included in her eccentric life, but can't quite navigate Lane's tempestuous moods.

Attempting to keep the peace is Oliver, Lane's assistant and confidant. As this unlikely trio attempts to find their way and form a bond, the oppressive heat and history of New Orleans bears down on them, forcing them to a reckoning none of them is ready for.

By Way of Sorrow


In a fresh and riveting thriller debut, Robyn Gigl introduces Erin McCabe, a New Jersey criminal defense attorney doing her best to live a quiet life in the wake of profound personal change until a newsworthy case puts both her career and safety in jeopardy .
Erin McCabe has been referred the biggest case of her career. Four months ago, William E. Townsend, Jr., son of a New Jersey State Senator, was found fatally stabbed in a rundown motel near Atlantic City. Sharise Barnes, a nineteen year old transgender prostitute, is in custody, and given the evidence against her, there seems little doubt of a guilty verdict.

Erin knows that defending Sharise will blow her own private life wide open, and doubtless deepen her estrangement from her family. Yet as a trans woman, she feels uniquely qualified to help Sharise, and duty bound to protect her from the possibility of a death sentence.

Sharise claims she killed the senator's son in self defense. As Erin assembles the case with her partner, former FBI agent Duane Swisher, the circumstances hint at a complex and chilling story with ties to other brutal murders. Senator Townsend is using the full force of his prestige and connections to publicly discredit everyone involved in defending Sharise. Behind the scenes, his tactics are even dangerous. His son had secrets that could destroy the senator's political aspirations secrets worth killing for. And as leads begin mysteriously disappearing, it's not just the life of Erin's client at stake, but her own .

Saving Grace

For twenty four years, Mary Grace Dobbs has been searching for salvation. Orphaned at eleven, she was forced to go live with her Bible salesman uncle, wheelchair bound aunt, and a cousin who tortured and killed small animals. At school, a bully made her life a nightmare. Everything changed when a newcomer to town became her only best friend, and changed a second time when that friend and another classmate vanished two months later, never to be seen again.


Today, Mary Grace is the first female sheriff of her rural town, a position that doesn’t sit well with some of the locals. Keeping order and her demons at bay becomes an impossible task when the Black drifter suspected in the earlier disappearances returns to Repentance . and another sixth grader vanishes. 


With old prejudices and new secrets spilling out into the open, the modern world soon illuminates the village’s darkest corners. The case becomes even fraught as a cult of white supremacists brings its gospel of hate to Repentance and violence explodes, claiming lives. Racing to find the missing girl while fearing for the safety of her own sixth grade daughter, Mary Grace must confront an unspeakable truth—and face a decision no parent should ever have to make. 


Set in a remote mountain town, where the secrets run as deep as the hollows, Saving Grace is at once a spell binding tale of innocence lost and a twisty, edge of your seat psychological thriller. This startling debut novel introduces a captivating protagonist whose concept of good and evil can shape a young girl—then and now. 

The Three Mrs. Greys

One wealthy businessman, a trio of unsuspecting wives, and an explosive turn of events. In this scandalous, twist filled new series from award winning author Shelly Ellis, will too many secrets and one devastating bond unite three women or destroy them?

Noelle. Diamond. Vanessa. Each woman believes she is Cyrus Grey's only wife until he's nearly shot to death. Now, as he lies in a coma, the deceptions keep coming, unraveling everything they thought they knew

Gorgeous model Noelle's marriage to Cyrus anchored her though she couldn't understand why he wouldn't have a baby with her. They certainly had the money. But she's learning fast just how Cyrus became so rich thanks to his fatally attractive business partner

For Diamond, marrying Cyrus saved her from the streets and being a pimp's punching bag. But her past makes her the police's prime suspect in Cyrus' shooting. She's determined to get to the truth if she can she survive long enough to tell it

Even with her beautiful house, three kids, and elegant lifestyle, Vanessa sensed something was wrong in her marriage. But she never expected this or that taking a lover for comfort would change the game completely.

With danger closing in, Cyrus' life hanging in the balance, and collateral damage threatening to take them all down, how far will each woman go to be the real Mrs. Grey?

Forget Me Not

She was born for all the wrong reasons. But her search for the truth reveals answers she wishes she could forget in this suspenseful and deeply moving novel from the author of The Last One.

What if your past wasn’t what you thought?

As a child, Linda Russell was left to raise herself in a 20 acre walled off property in rural Washington. The woods were her home, and for twelve years she lived oblivious to a stark and terrible truth: Her mother had birthed her only to replace another daughter who died in a tragic accident years before.

And then one day Linda witnesses something she wasn’t meant to see. Terrified and alone, she climbs the wall and abandons her home, but her escape becomes a different kind of trap when she is thrust into the modern world—a world for which she is not only entirely unprepared, but which is unprepared to accept her.

And you couldn’t see a future for yourself?

Years later, Linda is living in Seattle and immersed in technology intended to connect, but she has never felt alone. Social media continually brings her past back to haunt her, and she is hounded by the society she is now forced to inhabit. But when Linda meets a fascinating new neighbor who introduces her to the potential and escapism of virtual reality, she begins to allow herself to hope for .

What would it take to reclaim your life?

Then an unexplained fire at her infamous childhood home prompts Linda to return to the property for the first time since she was a girl, unleashing a chain of events that will not only endanger her life but challenge her understanding of family, memory, and the world itself.


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St impossible to compare the two interpretations but it s clear they share the same source materialThat peek back at the origins combined with the memorabilia featured at the back of the book is what makes this collection than just a hardcover reprint of some average 70s science fiction comic books it really ties everything together nicely books It really ties everything together nicely us in vivid color of the television series we fell in ove with but also reminding us that it was just the atest in a Last Chance Bride longine of interpretations Originally reviewed at Beauty in Ruins Products Whos Cheatin Who? (Thoroughbred Legacy like this have a very niche audienceAarge number of you will recognize Buck Rogers He along with Flash Gordon symbolize pulp sci fi Many of you will also remember the Lawman Lover (Outlaws, late 70s tv adaptation with Gil Gerard as Rogers and perhaps importantly to the average male teenager at the time Erin Gray as Wilma DeeringThis hardcover compilation contains the comic book adaptations from the initial movie and then subseuent tv series And given the standards of the time this is decent stuff Not exceptional not special But decentI remember the movie pretty well I ve actually seen it several times It was campy even in the early 80s when I watched it The four part comic book adaptation is exceptionally faithful and exposes that campness even 30 yearsater The whole Buck Rogers concept is dated in many ways but this version is dated in it s own special wayThe artwork actually has very credible City Girl in Training likenesses for everyone except Wilma Deering I m not uite sure why that is Clearly the source material was studied carefully as all the costumes and ships are very faithful to the tv show All round this is a very competent and professional job But it doesn t rise above its origins at any pointFar interesting to me ateast was the inclusion of the Buck Rogers 1 issue which was published many years before the tv show and actually features Mystery at Kittiwake Bay little green aliens It s very much a product of it s time the 50s and as such was fascinating Also really nice was the memorabilia section at the back which showcased memorabilia from all decades and versions of Buck Rogers Iove that sort of materialIn terms of uality they ve done what they can here to present these strips in the best condition possible The artwork and particular the coloring are of their time and possible The artwork and particular the coloring are of their time and haven t been re worked this is very much an archive editionSo I m giving this three stars but with the understanding that if you re in the target market this is probably a 4 star book and if you re not 2 stars at bes. N this volume Buck Rogers in the 25th Century The Western Publishing Years reprints issues #1 through #8 of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century the movietv tie in comic books and the 1964 stand alone Gold Key issue featuring artwork by Frank Bolle Al McWilliams and Ray Bail. ,


I grew up in the 1970s so I m familiar with all the science fiction shows that aired especially after the popularity of Star Wars Buck Rogers was one of those shows It was conceived of by Glen Larson who created the iconic Battlestar Galactica tv show After that show was cancelled along came Buck Rogers which used a ot of the props and sets from Galactica I even remember watching the pilot at the moviesThis a ot of the props and sets from Galactica I even remember watching the pilot at the moviesThis collects the issues that were from the movie tie in and a few additional entries The art is pretty standard for Gold Key and Whitman comics of the time Good but not great The art references the actors and creatures in the show and does a fairly good job of portraying them Of interest to me was Buck Rogers 1 which is featured in this volume after the tv show tie ins It s from 15 years earlier but the artwork by Ray Bailey is indicative of an earlier era and seems to suit the character better Little green men swarm the pages and Buck at one point perhaps in "Warning Of What We Might "of what we might found on the moon in a few short yearsThe book finishes with a collection of memorabilia from the show and earlier I was never a big fan of the show It seemed to ack the nostalgia of it s origins I wanted rocket packs and strange ray guns For fans of the show this is a well presented collection and may find a appreciative audience among those particular fans I guess I was under the mistaken impression that this was going to be some of the Buck Rogers comics NOT based on the television series which I have never been into I was interested in seeing something beyond that and that s not what I was given interested in seeing something beyond that and that s not what I was given to my disappointment this wasn t what I expected I wasn t really a fan of the artwork in these either Won t be reading it again and will be screening synopses carefullyI received an Advanced Reading E book Copy from the publisher via NetGalley No money or favors were exchanged for this review This book was published on July 9th 2013 Back when I was a kid Buck Rogers was probably the second coolest thing on television the first being of course Battlestar Galactica I mean Buck was a way cooler hero but Galactica had the cooler robots the better ships and supremely important to a kid awesome toys just ike Star Wars In fact I can still remember the neighborhood gift exchange where 3 of us boys got Cylon Raiders and the other one got clothes That was probably the first time I heard a kid my age swear out oud in front of our parentsAnyway the point of all this reminiscing is that I rec. The television tie in comic books to the cult sci fi classic Buck Rogers in the 25th Century starring Gil Gerrard Erin Gray and Twiki return in a complete collection Relive these classic adventure tales with Buck Wilma Dr Huer and Princess Ardala Fans of the TV show wil. ,

Ently got my hands on a copy of Buck Rogers in the 25th Century The Western Publishing Years Volume 1 From the cover of the first issue to the cast photos and memorabilia at the back this is a collection that s just chock full of memoriesThe first thing that struck me about these comics is just how recognizable everything is The artwork is pretty standard ate 70s kind of stuff but so were the Batman and Spider Man comics I remember reading at the time This ships An Italian Education looked exactlyike I remember and I was able to identify most of the characters without even reading their dialogue The only real exceptions are Wilma Deering and Princess Ardala neither of whom Protecting the Colton Bride Coltons Cowboy Code looks at allike the galactic beauties I had such a crush onThe collection opens with the 3 issue adaptation of the original Buck Rogers movie and does a decent job of conveying the basics While I found it Look-Alike Lawman (Texas Twins, lacked the charm and the sarcasm I remember so well from Gil Gerard it did capture the coldness of Wilma from early in the series as well as the guiding wisdom of Dr Theopolis absent the comic chirping of Twiki It definitelyeans hard on the post apocalyptic element far so than I remember as a kid but that very well be because I was focused on the robots the spaceships and the womenFollowing that we get a standalone issue that takes Buck to one of Saturn s moons the one with an atmosphere comparable to Earth somehow I think my science classes overlooked that There he encounters a beautiful big headed alien woman and negotiates a deal to obtain grain for Earth It s actually an interesting issue because it tackles just how easily ife in Earth s only remaining domed city can fall apartAfter that
"we get part "
get part And 2 Of A 2 of a That Puts Wilma On that puts Wilma on with none other than Dr Theopolis as the prosecutor for aiding and abetting her brother who was previously banished as a traitor It s a great story one that nicely resolves the uestion of what happened to Princess Ardala and one that gives us our first real hint of romance between Buck and Wilma Unfortunately and here is my only real complaint the collection doesn t include the part 3 so we re eft hanging with multiple Forbidden Stranger lives in the balanceInstead of giving us part 3 of that story the collection ends with a copy of the first Buck Rogers comic dating back to 1964 While it s a bit off putting for fans of the television series it s an interestingook at where the character came from complete with very 1950 s sort of costumes plastic helmets and big eyed ittle green men It s almo. L finally be able to re read these adventures in a deluxe hardcover collection with tons of extras including rare publicity photos blue prints for the show's models and effects movie posters and much As a bonus Gold Key issue #1 published in 1964 will also be included Buck Rogers in the 25th Century

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