Science Fiction

A Burning in the Darkness by A P Mcgrath (Book Review #269)

A burning in the Darkness is a crime thriller, a love story about Father Michael Kieh.  His job is to listen to people’s confessions as a full-time faith representative. One day, as he is conducting his work he listens to the confessions of a murderer. When a murder happens at the airport, he recognizes one of the victims and that is when he finds himself in a twisted tale of wrongful conviction. There is a young witness that can prove Kieh’s innocence []

Mr. November by Matt Hogan (Book Review #253)

Mr. November is a science fiction story about Sam Webb. Sam works for a scientific organization that has invented a machine that can travel in time. Sam is the traveler inside the machine conducting the missions he has been given by, Johnson Dravek, the CEO of the company. Sam keeps having visions of things he has never seen and slowly he discovers that Johnson is using the time machine to his own advantage. Sam and his friend, Marcus’s mission become finding a way []

The Experiment of Professor Polgas by Sarah Brownlee (Book Review #260)

The Experiment is a young adult- young teen, fantasy style of a book written about Blaise, Ash, and Dinah. As the three are enjoying their summer holiday they come across this mystery woman who invites them to take a quiz on the internet. Little do they know that someone is watching them. The test is for them to find their inner spirit animal. The kids are exciting, funny and very interesting. What they thought was innocent fun becomes more than what they []

Alpha Nine Kindle Edition by Rebecca Bosevski (Book Review #256)

  Alpha Nine is a science fiction story about a seventeen-year-old clone boy named, Alpha Nine. The world is under alien invasion. Only the Project Swarm, which is a clone army bred by humans in order to protect them, can possibly stand against the aliens. The problem is that these clones have to go through a designed course “test” to have their wit, courage, and stamina evaluated. If they are not ready, they get destroyed. Alpha, discovers that the “tests’” are not []

Second Coming by D. B. Borton (Book Review #257)

Second Coming is a humorous science fiction story about Lawrence and Elvis, two aliens who have traveled to earth for the second time. Their mission is to bring a message, and that is if Earth does not stop sending weapons into space, then it will be destroyed. The aliens had visited earth before and traveled to New Mexico to monitor the progress of the planet Earth. Elvis’s description is the replica of Elvis Presley, and the witty style of this fictional book []

“Stalking the Shadows” by BJ Edwards (Book Review #246)

[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of “Stalking the Shadows” by BJ Edwards] Stalking the Shadows is a complex historical fantasy story set around 12,000 years ago in megalithic Britain. The climate is harsh and fear lives amongst the Neandethals, one of the last surviving clans. As the story begins, it is clear that there is a rivalry between the homo Neanderthals and the Homo Sapiens. Hamek, is the chief of the Homo Sapiens. Hamek’s son, Dimek, is injured on a hunt []

Price Of Eden (Aquarius Rising #3) by Brian Burt (Book Review #221)

This review was kindly requested by Brian Burt. Price of Eden is the third book in the Aquarius Rising. Following the aftermath of what happens in book two, tensions are high. Global warming has had its effect on the coastal cities. Many of them are under water. There is a breed of half human – half dolphin residing in the waters. The story focuses on Ocypode this time. A tribe of whales sees him as the storm- slayer, the one that is []