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Archive for the ‘Science Fiction’ Category

Red Dust and Bones by Timothy Masters

December 12, 2022

This giant self-published novel intimated me a little for diving into a self-published novel with over 550 pages can be a dangerous affair. In this cause, I need not have worried. Red Dust and Bones is a fantastic ride and for me a quick read. I ripped through this longer book with my weekday, waiting […]

Sherlock Holmes and the Army of Dr. Moreau by Guy Adams

July 13, 2022

Sherlock Holmes and the Island of Dr. Moreau by Guy Adams proved to be a first-rate book. You know the kind where you get sad its over and instead of it being a page turner, you only try to read a little each day so you will not finish it too quickly. This was my […]

Cyberfunk edited by Milton J. Davis

January 17, 2022

The Cyberpunk anthology Cyberfunk which was edited by Milton J. Davis was recommended to me by one of my friends living in Boston. Cyberfunk is an anthology which explores the paths Cyberpunk heroes and villains can take with an Afrocentric flavor. Nineteen Black Speculative Fiction authors came together under Milton’s guidance and produced the entertaining […]

Our Lady of the Ice by Cassandra Rose Clarke

October 4, 2021

Not long ago I looked through the books I had been sent to review and pulled some of the more promising out and made a pile. Our Lady of the Ice by Cassandra Rose Clarke was on the top and, apparently, I had chosen well, for this was one of the best books to review […]

Nyxia by Scott Reintgen

February 3, 2021

Nyxia by Scott Reintgen was a hidden gem in my bookcase which I am glad I gave a try for this was a great book to start the new year with. This book was a real page turner which had me breaking some of my reading rules because I enjoyed it so much. Genre:  Science […]

Do Not Resuscitate by Nicholas Ponticello

December 27, 2019

Do Not Resuscitate by Nicholas Ponticello is loosely a science fiction book which bounces from recent years to a few decades in the future. It follows the life of Jim Frost and his family. The book itself only dips its toe in the smallest fashion into any type of science fiction concepts. If anything the […]

The Exiles of the New World by Conor P. Dempsey

November 2, 2019

The Exiles of the New World by Conor P. Dempsey is a science fiction novel with a strange dose of dystopia thrown in for flavor. The story revolves are a physicist named Kim and another scientist, Silva, who is going through a very different experience. Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher: Iconic Publishing Released: 2012 Stars: 4 […]

Salvation by Peter F. Hamilton

October 15, 2019

Salvation by Peter F. Hamilton is a science fiction novel set in a far flung time when alien contact has helped dynamically improve the level of our technology. This is a huge novel with over 550 pages and a huge undertaking as the author follows the lives of numerous people living both across the globe […]

The Unwinding by Juliana Rew

September 19, 2019

The Unwinding by Juliana Rew is a Science Fiction novel set in well, all places and times. Gin is a middle aged woman who gets separated from her small family as a rift in the multiverse opens up and swallows them. She then sets out on a quest to be reunited with them and also […]

The Ultra Big Sleep by Patrick Swenson

July 9, 2019

The Ultra Big Sleep by Patrick Swenson is a science fiction novel set in the not too distant future. Even though most things on Earth seem similar to our time, things on Crowell’s world have gone through a great reorganizing as the Earth is connected into a multi-planet Union.     Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: […]