Tag: Science Fiction

The black sky by Timothy D. Minneci (Book Review #702)

The black sky is a post-apocalyptic story set in Manhattan. It is the first book of a trilogy, and the story begins with Bishop working off to clear his citizenship dept. An offer comes with a task. Bishop’s debt is cleared if she goes…

Spooky Action at a Distance by Felicia Watson (Book Review #690)

Spooky action at a distance is a traditional science fiction/space opera written in the vein of Gene Roddenberry-Esque storytelling. Even though this is a sequel to last years We Have met the Enemy; the two are self-contained complete stories.

The Last Erdane by Louise. E. Pascual (Book Review #677)

The last Erdane is a science fiction set of five stories. The novel begins with a girl named Sedna Erdane, who is the daughter of a traitor. She then comes back from exile and notices that a lot has changed. People are starving; she…

Bad Love Strikes by Kevin L. Schewe (Book Review #695)

Bad love strikes is a science fiction, time travel story revolving around a group of kids who happen to find a time machine while they wander around a tunnel leading them to the “White hold project.” This machine was made by Einstein in secret…

Ms. Never by Colin Dodds (Book Review #692)

Ms. Never is a science fiction novel written about Ms. Never. Farya lives in a city that is depressed. She is the daughter of a famous astronaut and falls in love with Bryan, a divorced telecom CEO. His job is not all that it…

The Seaborne by A.G.Rivett

A novel of Celtic quantum time that asks us to consider the ways in which we are all born strangers, seaborne foundlings, living between worlds. A parable for our particularly torn times. Damian Walford Davies   What if you had no choice but to…

Bring on the Action Gays! by Melanie Schoen

I’m a queer woman, though it took me a long time to figure that out–just about thirty-five years, actually. Mine isn’t one of those stories of knowing from a young age, or living in the closet, or parental disapproval keeping me in denial. I…

The Turing Revolt – The War Against Infinity by Robert Bartlett (Book Review #662)

The turning revolt is a science fiction story about a starship Captain who is manipulated into rebelling against the empire. By choosing to do so, he creates many enemies and so has to begin to find a way out of the mess. What surpasses…

The Code Hunters by Jackson Coppley (Book Review #658)

The code hunters is a thriller fiction novel about Nicholas Foxe, an Archaeologist, hearing about a discovery made when a team of expert cavers goes wondering in new Mexico. The massive slab of metal found appears to be far more interesting than what they…