Science Fiction

Capering on Glass Bridges by Jessica Hernandez (Book Review #44)

People are afraid to venture into “The Kingdom of Mar” since it is cursed, but the Utdrendans dared to ask a sixteen-year-old girl called Kaia Stone to go in. The people feel that she is their only hope as they believe she possesses some kind of special powers. Kaia agrees and follows through finding her way into Mar in the attempt to deliver a message to the Marian King that provides a way for the curse to be lifted. The story contains []

Through the Mirror – Tales & Stories by Joanna Paterson (Book Review #87)

Joanna Paterson enters us into this imaginary world of five stories; Through the Mirror, Shifting Shapes, Belle’s Diary in the Cedar Boughs, Fabled Antiquity and Landscapes & Legends. These five stories all take part in individual settings, written with a strong poetic form of literature. There are many exemplary wordings and references to nature in a fantasy world where the sky is the limit, and everything is “Higgledy- Piggledy.” Be warned that once you start reading this book, you will have to []

The Buried Symbol (The Runes of Issalia #1) by Jeffrey L. Kohanek (Book Review #86)

This review was kindly requested by the Author, Jeffrey L. Kohanek This book is like a breath of fresh air! Brock is stuck in a world where an individual’s self-worth is categorized and classed based on runes. At the beginning of the story, the author welcomes you to a beautifully described world which Brock lives in. His aunt is on her death bed; they hardly have enough money to even provide medication for her. Brock is tired of being ignored and everyone []

Netwalking Space by Joyce Reynolds-Ward (Book Review #88)

Aliens have attacked Earth before using a Gizmo war machine that destroyed many cities on Earth. Bess and her family managed to confine this machine and stop the destruction. The machine endorsed Bess and her family to create a Netwalk. This Netwalking Space became a communication system that allows personalities to upload when they die. Bess’s grandmother, great-grandmother, and mother have all passed on into this Netwalk. When Bess and her family realize that the aliens are planning to attack again, they []

Gamers and Gods: The Complete Trilogy by Matthew Kennedy (Book Review #77)

This review is written for Online book club “I rate this book 3 out of 4 stars.” Gamers and Gods is a trilogy about a population that lives online in a game world. This world consists of realms, avatars, and characters, each taking part in battles and game quests. The book uses intense gamer’s terminology that may not be familiar to all. The Gods wish to take control over PanGames, the human race. PanGames is a company where the leaders of the []