17 Planets: The Captain – Editorial Review

  Title: 17 Planets: The Captain Author: A.R. Alexander Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy   17 Planets begins on the planet Bagoha with an urgent summons from General-in-chief Adyfin to his loyal second in command, General Ed Cohen. Adyfin has recently detected some rebel activity on the nearby planet Echuazi, which threatens to undercut Bagoha’s alliance with… Read More 17 Planets: The Captain – Editorial Review

Forever Curious – Editorial Review

  Title: Forever Curious Author: Jetse de Vries Genre: Science Fiction   Na-Yeli Maya has been chosen as humanity’s representative explorer into the Enigmatic Object, a multi-layered puzzle in space. Various aliens have taken their turns inside the impenetrable, perfectly black sphere which features only one way in and presumably one way out. Forever Curious… Read More Forever Curious – Editorial Review

Sieging Manganela – Editorial Review

  Title: Sieging Manganela Author: Charon Dunn Genre: YA / Science Fiction   Sieging Manganela is a prequel in terms of chronology, but it can easily be read by itself. Featuring a few of the main characters from One Sunny Night and Retrograde Horizon, it primarily centers on the unlikely friendship between Turo, a soldier in the Vanram army, and Zeffany,… Read More Sieging Manganela – Editorial Review

One Sunny Night – Editorial Review

  Title: One Sunny Night Author: Charon Dunn Genre: YA Science Fiction   This coming-of-age story tells how Leroy “Sonny” Knight grows and adapts following a terrorist attack during a clashball game. The story is set in a futuristic version of the world: Earth has suffered from meteors and the Americas have been split into new islands and… Read More One Sunny Night – Editorial Review