Dystopia’s edge is a cyberpunk science fiction story set in the future with many changes that keep you intrigued. It’s 2121, and Benjamin Edge is a mercenary for hire. He is a soldier trying to make ends meet, but at the same time, he… Continue Reading “Dystopia’s Edge by Ian Price (Book Review #1226)”
Reflections of destiny is a science fiction, fantasy thriller story. Jaye Divista is an assassin who reunites with his ex-girlfriend Arlene. When Arlene is the daughter of the former president and Jaye wishes to marry her, both die in an airstrike.
The witchfinder is a sci-fi fantasy story set in a post-apocalyptic world where the Church of the Deiparous rules and Witchfinder imperator, Malachi Thorne, has to deal with a convicted heretic and traitor, Barnabas Kordell has escaped. Thorn sets out to recapture Kordell and… Continue Reading “The Witchfinder by J. Todd Kingrea (Book Review #1186)”
A most unusual Friday knight is the first book of the ‘Shawn from the shed’ series. It is a time travel science fiction story beginning with Johnny, an eleven-year-old, and his sister, Ella. They live in an orphanage owned by Regina.
As Vaan mase us is a dystopian thriller describing a world where the world is divided, humanity is not at all life before, and with a cast of characters that are diverse and rich, you enter a world where it’s uncertain and a holy… Continue Reading “As Vaan Made us by Jonathan Sobe (Book Review #1182)￼”
Byron beyond the firmament is a gothic sci-fi story. The story begins with Lord Byron fleeing to his ancestral home, Newstead Abbey, because he is one big pickle of a mess. He cannot face his half-sister Augusta who is pregnant with his child, nor… Continue Reading “Byron Beyond The Firmament by Neil S. Reddy (Book Review #1181)￼”
The pod tower is a science fiction story set in the future. The year is 2057, and the world and the human race have become overwhelmed with the use of technology and consumerism. The living circumstances and the world is very different from the… Continue Reading “The Pod Tower by Pete Alexander (Book Review #1168)￼”