Title: Rats in a Maze Author: Peter Bailey Genre: Science Fiction / Detective Thriller Rats in a Maze centers NYPD Detectives Ray Fisher. At first, he thinks he’s investigating a typical car accident case. But as he delves deeper into their investigation, he realizes that things just aren’t adding up. When Ray and… Read More Editorial Review – Rats in a Maze
Title: Tales of Dharma Author: Jonathan Michael Erickson Genre: Science Fiction / Space Opera / Time Travel Tales of Dharma follows the accounts of the first colonists of the planet Dharma in the Andromeda Galaxy. The prequel to the Song of Ancients series details the origin stories of the landscapes and people that… Read More Editorial Review – Tales of Dharma
Author: RD Palmer Title: The One Singularity Genre: Science Fiction The first in a trilogy that explores the socio-political consequences of technological advances in facial recognition, the internet of things, and allowing so much data to be collected via online applications, The One Singularity examines what it means to be human and what… Read More Editorial Review – The One Singularity
Author: Kelly A. Nix Title: Kaji Warriors: Shifting Strength Genre: Science Fiction / Action & Adventure The first installment in what promises to be a complex and intriguing series, Kaji Warriors: Shifting Strength introduces readers to the world of the Kaji, a species that is defined by honor and courage through a rich,… Read More Editorial Review – Kaji Warriors: Shifting Strength
Guest book review by Jaffalogue Red Rising by Pierce Brown I read this book immediately after finishing The Name of the Wind (The Kingkiller Chronicle, #1) by Patrick Rothfuss. Admittedly, that’s a tough act to follow. As a reader, I jump genres often so while I have read some sci-fi, I would not consider myself… Read More Red Rising – Book Review
Author: Melissa Riddell Title: The Descendant Genre: Science Fiction / Romance / Post-Apocalyptic This story introduces readers to the world of Tilly Morgan, a young woman trying to find her older sister, who had been attending college when their parents died, all electronic devices failed, and the world fell apart.
Hell or High Water by Hailey Edwards Publication date: 30th July 2016 Rating : Four out of Five Stars About the book Camille Ellis has gone rogue agent, and there’s no turning back now. The conclave might have put the Charybdis case to bed, but Cam isn’t willing to let it lie. No… Read More Hell or High Water – Book Review
Author: Nathan Burton Title: A Loser Like Me Genre: Science Fiction This novel covers Beth Clarke’s journey to execute the greatest bank robbery the galaxy has ever known. The tale starts with her first “robbery,” where she deceives a rich woman from Earth into buying medicines for her family, and continues until it… Read More Editorial Review – A Loser Like Me
Author: B. T. Keaton Title: Transference Genre: Science Fiction Set in a dystopian world of the future, Transference tells the story of Thaniel Kilraven, a man whose soul was transferred into the body of an infamous criminal before being shipped off to mine the precious ore used for such “tranferences.”
Ruin – Guest Book Review 5 Stars! Summary from Amazon: [Earth has been almost silent for forty years. The apocalypse left behind only fragments of civilisation, surrounded by a sea of barbarism.