Tag: sci fi

Evolution by Cody Toye (Book Review #281)

Evolution is a post-apocalyptic, sci-fi, fantasy novel written about a world where humans are hiding to survive from a human-made scientific experiment – gone wrong. It all began when Joan Redman found a pod producing plant that created little frogs by using no water… Continue Reading “Evolution by Cody Toye (Book Review #281)”

Tranquillity by Jon D. Zimmer (Book Review #491)

  Tranquillity is the second book in the death chronicles. Based on the first book Michael was a scientist, returning to earth. Angelica was an attractive hallucinatory, and Dominic was seeking domination of the earth. In the second book, Michael is adapted to Earth… Continue Reading “Tranquillity by Jon D. Zimmer (Book Review #491)”

Entangled Earth by David Lea (Book Review #484)

Entangled earth is a sci-fi novel about a high energy physics experiment gone wrong causing invisible intrusions from a parallel world. When Mia Green and her friend, Celeste are in Paris, things take a wrong turn. An attack happens and that triggers an interesting… Continue Reading “Entangled Earth by David Lea (Book Review #484)”

The Intervention by Patrick Roberts (Book Review #467)

The intervention is a sci-fi story about Jeff Ridsdale. He is an ordinary man who happens to get knocked by the wave unconscious. The Kareet, take him and take over his body for the intention of conquering the world. Their intentions are to intervene… Continue Reading “The Intervention by Patrick Roberts (Book Review #467)”

A RIGHT CHARACTER – Daniel Abrahams

Having touched on the subject of writing, as in getting down to the job of actually doing it, in my previous article, I thought it was worth opening the door, ever so slightly, on the subject of characters, fictional that is, and the creating… Continue Reading “A RIGHT CHARACTER – Daniel Abrahams”

A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams

A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams   Having touched on the subject of writing, as in getting down to the job of actually doing it, in my previous article, I thought it was worth opening the door, ever so slightly, on the subject… Continue Reading “A RIGHT CHARACTER – by Daniel Abrahams”

Anna: New Los Angeles by Jason Keating (Book Review #277)

Anna is a sci-fi mystery novel. The story is based in the future. It is 2039, and things have changed. Survival is key, and the world has been attacked by a virus eliminating most of its population. Whoever’s left, consider themselves to be the… Continue Reading “Anna: New Los Angeles by Jason Keating (Book Review #277)”

Literature by Guillermo Stitch (Book Review #449)

Literature by Guillermo Stitch   Literature is a sci-fi novella. Billy Stinger is a terrorist that is always strapped for time and has some explaining to do with his life choices. The odds are definitely against him in this thrilling fictional story.   The… Continue Reading “Literature by Guillermo Stitch (Book Review #449)”

Through the Whole of Space-Time: A Keiff Carmadden Tragicomedy, Book One – Mysteries, Secrets, and Lies By Dean Rosenthal (Book Review #443)

Through the Whole of Space-Time: A Keiff Carmadden Tragicomedy, Book One – Mysteries, Secrets, and Lies By Dean Rosenthal Through the Whole of Space is a sci-fi novel, the first of four books in its series. The story begins one thousand years in the… Continue Reading “Through the Whole of Space-Time: A Keiff Carmadden Tragicomedy, Book One – Mysteries, Secrets, and Lies By Dean Rosenthal (Book Review #443)”