Tag: sci fi

Byron Beyond The Firmament by Neil S. Reddy (Book Review #1181)

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 Captain’s Daughters by Doreen D. Berger (Book Review #1066)

The Captain’s daughter is a children’s book science fiction story and begins with Diane and Robin, two sisters having fun horseback riding and relaxing on their family ranch. Captain William March of the Starship Polaris is their father, and when the girls don’t come… Continue Reading “The Captain’s Daughters by Doreen D. Berger (Book Review #1066)”

Seven Rules of Time Travel Roy Huff (Book Review #843)

Seven rules of time travel is a science fiction story about Quinn Black. He has the power to travel through time and even change the future. With this power in his hands, his opportunities become endless. However, he does not calculate that there are… Continue Reading “Seven Rules of Time Travel Roy Huff (Book Review #843)”

Game of Mass Destruction by Chloe Gilholy (Book Review #842)

Game of mass destruction is a dystopian sci-fi book written about Yuzuko. She is forced to take part in the game of mass destruction. It is a reality tv show hosting twenty contestant fighting robots. As Yuzuko participates in the 30th season, she has… Continue Reading “Game of Mass Destruction by Chloe Gilholy (Book Review #842)”

The stark divide by J. Scott Coatsworth (Book Review #863)

The stark divide is a sci-fi series, an epic story of the first-generation ship heading for the stars. The story is about The Dressler, a living ship that is on its way to deliver a genetically engineered seed as an organism to the asteroid… Continue Reading “The stark divide by J. Scott Coatsworth (Book Review #863)”

Soledad in the desert by Meredith Sue Willis (Book review #808)

Soledad in the desert is a colonized science fiction story told by a child Soledad. The tale is about a group of people who have reinvented a culture in an alien world, and it’s told through the eye of their children.

13 worlds by J. J. Hair (Book Review #801)

13 worlds is a science fiction story about an omnipotent super-being known as the “Guide,” Commander Culben, Dr. Reeves, and the crew of starship Ranus has set out on a mission to destroy thirteen different planets: analogous but unique versions of 1st and 2nd… Continue Reading “13 worlds by J. J. Hair (Book Review #801)”

The fall – Book 2- Reversion S.T. Campitelli (Book Review #754)

Reversion is a dystopian novel written in the year 2050, pre-fall. The story begins with Dr. Riley, who is a virologist. He happens to come across a patient that is dying from an infection unknown and unseen before. The virus known as the Jackson… Continue Reading “The fall – Book 2- Reversion S.T. Campitelli (Book Review #754)”

Zepharius: Volume 2 by Mel Snyder (Book Review #748)

The second book in the series is a xenophilic political thriller continuing what was left from book one. After Zepharius finding allies in the underground of the Gisaawekian, she finds herself endangered again with the added inner turmoil, paranoia, and complications undermining her own… Continue Reading “Zepharius: Volume 2 by Mel Snyder (Book Review #748)”