Search Results: "Diogenes Laputa"


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DIOGENES by M.D. Usher
ANIMALS
Released: June 3, 2009

Usher appropriately casts a free-ranging mutt in the role of the philosopher in this worthy, picture-book introduction to his life and lessons. Read full book review >

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REFORMERS by Diogenes Laputa
Released: Dec. 28, 2011

"An often offensive attack on an imaginary left wing, suitable for only the most partisan of crowds."
Laputa (Manhattan Mortar Attacks, 2011) sets the stage for a battle royale as the biggest and baddest wrestlers in the land vow to body slam the corrupt Democratic Party and their evil tag-team partners in the media. Read full book review >

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MANHATTAN MORTAR ATTACKS by Diogenes
Released: Dec. 28, 2011

"Devastating mortar attacks, but it's the planning and aftermath of those attacks that will hold readers' attention."
A mortar capable of hitting very specific targets is in the hands of terrorists taking aim at Manhattan in Diogenes' novel. U.S. operative Sam Adams witnesses firsthand the damage that a mortar can cause while attending Dubai's IDEX (International Defense Exposition) to peruse the latest weapons. Read full book review >

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DRONE PILOT 2061 by Thomas Diogenes
SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY
Released: Nov. 25, 2013

"Delivers sci-fi action while maintaining a highbrow, character-driven narrative."
In Diogenes' sci-fi debut, a military drone pilot steps into a dystopian world to lead a murder investigation and clash with renegade robots. Read full book review >

BOOK REVIEW

Released: Aug. 1, 1991

"A magnificent biography—and an unflinching study of Realpolitik in the ancient world."
A superb character study that's a massive expansion and revision of Green's Alexander the Great (1978, published only in Great Britain as a trade paperback). Read full book review >