Tag: sci fi

Melhara by Jocelyn Tollefson (Book Review #117)

This review was written for Online Book Club “I rate this book 2 out of 4 stars.” This book was an “OnlineBookClub.org Book of the Day.” The story begins with Kyra being a witch. She is happily married to James and has a boy… Continue Reading “Melhara by Jocelyn Tollefson (Book Review #117)”

Remote Viewer: Shadow Rescue by Rhonda Armbrust (Book Review #76)

Jazz is the heroine of this thrilling story. She has a sensitive background having lost her parents when she was a child. However, this does not affect her emotions and judgment. She is very decisive and firm. Her relationships, on the other hand, struggle.… Continue Reading “Remote Viewer: Shadow Rescue by Rhonda Armbrust (Book Review #76)”

Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton (Book Review #50)

  Rarity from the Hollow is a book written about a little girl named Lacy Dawn. She has it really rough. Her father suffers from mental illness and physically abuses her and his wife. He is also a murderer and has killed Lacy’s friend,… Continue Reading “Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton (Book Review #50)”

The Mind of Stefan Dürr: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (Book 1) by Alan Joshua (Book Review #307)

The Mind of Stefan Dürr is a Sci-Fi Thriller, and it’s the first book of the SHIVA Syndrome trilogy. An experiment studying the human’s mind goes wrong, and suddenly strange things begin to happen in Canada, USA,  and Russia. Dr. Beau is recruited to search on… Continue Reading “The Mind of Stefan Dürr: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (Book 1) by Alan Joshua (Book Review #307)”

Once Lost Lords by Stephan Morse (Book Review #14)

  Summary “Humanity hasn’t been alone for almost two thousand years. Elves, wolves, vampires, all joined together with mankind to eradicate the ‘darker’ races and maintained a tentative peace until modern times. Society adapted, everyone has rules that help keep the peace in this… Continue Reading “Once Lost Lords by Stephan Morse (Book Review #14)”

Drone World by Jim Kochanoff (Book Review #34)

Here is a brave, curious girl, living in a world of which drones follow and control their every move. The whole justice system is run based on the evidence these cameras, satellites and most importantly, drones offer in court. No one knows where drones… Continue Reading “Drone World by Jim Kochanoff (Book Review #34)”