Tag: Science Fiction

What Branches Grow by T. S. Beier (Book Review #749)

What branches grow is a science fiction post-apocalyptic novel written about a world that has become wasteland due to a third world war. Gennero, who is second in command of a town named Churchill, does not get along with Church, his boss.

Strength of a Thousand by Ryan Tang (Book Review #746)

Strength of a thousand is the book of the science and sorcery series. The science fiction novel begins with Alex. She has a dream, and that is to escape from the space colonies. In the search for the Paragons that were 50-foot tall machines,… Continue Reading “Strength of a Thousand by Ryan Tang (Book Review #746)”

The Vatican Games by Alejandra Guibert (Book Review #757)

The Vatican games is a dystopian literary/contemporary novel written about a terrorist attack that has left the planet in destruction and has contaminated hectares of land. Technology is then the saving power, and video games are what restores life to the survivors; however, somethings… Continue Reading “The Vatican Games by Alejandra Guibert (Book Review #757)”

Among the Dead by Stephen Kennedy (Book Review #719)

Among the dead is a post-apocalyptic action story about a pandemic that has taken over the world. A virus has taken over humans changing their behaviour making them violent and uncontrollable. Samantha, one of the lucky ones who managed to remain unaffected travels to… Continue Reading “Among the Dead by Stephen Kennedy (Book Review #719)”

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… Continue Reading “The black sky by Timothy D. Minneci (Book Review #702)”

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… Continue Reading “The Last Erdane by Louise. E. Pascual (Book Review #677)”

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… Continue Reading “Bad Love Strikes by Kevin L. Schewe (Book Review #695)”

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… Continue Reading “Ms. Never by Colin Dodds (Book Review #692)”