Tag: Science Fiction

A Salted Slug by Joe King (Book Review #1259)

A salted slug is a crime mystery science fiction story. Zander Kain is a writer who has lost his job due to leaking classified information. He spends his days trying to get some work as a freelance writer for the Rook City Review which… Continue Reading “A Salted Slug by Joe King (Book Review #1259)”

Dilation by Travis Stecher (Book Review #1247)

Dilation is a time travel sci-fi story and is about the survival of the human race. Thousands of other elite soldiers, alongside Nadia Raynor, a fighter pilot from the 32nd century, arrive in the year 12,595 to protect their species from extermination.

Republic Falling by Michael J Brooks (Book Review #1242)

Republic falling is a hard science fiction book and the first of its series. It is book one of its series and begins with Randy joining the Commonwealth Defence Force in order to seek revenge for the death of his mother.

The Golden Age by Kaleb Quist (Book Review #1232)

Jericho’s Wall by Pamela Young (Book Review #1231)

Jericho’s Wall is a dystopian fiction story. It all begins with Joshlynn, a 16-year-old, getting ready to take her test and be told where she is to live, work, and basically be told how to live. 

Dystopia’s Edge by Ian Price (Book Review #1226)

Dystopia’s edge is a cyberpunk science fiction story set in the future with many changes that keep you intrigued. It’s 2121, and Benjamin Edge is a mercenary for hire. He is a soldier trying to make ends meet, but at the same time, he… Continue Reading “Dystopia’s Edge by Ian Price (Book Review #1226)”

Reflections of Destiny by Benzon Ray Barbin (Book Review #1205)

Reflections of destiny is a science fiction, fantasy thriller story. Jaye Divista is an assassin who reunites with his ex-girlfriend Arlene. When Arlene is the daughter of the former president and Jaye wishes to marry her, both die in an airstrike.

A Most Unusual Friday Knight by Alan Frost (Book Review #1185)

A most unusual Friday knight is the first book of the ‘Shawn from the shed’ series. It is a time travel science fiction story beginning with Johnny, an eleven-year-old, and his sister, Ella. They live in an orphanage owned by Regina.

God Games by James A. Scott (Book Review #1184)

God games is a sci-fi story about the Great Scientific University of Heaven and the Universe that contains Earth and other human life. The scientists on Heaven act like God by seeding the Earth, but things don’t seem as simple as they should be… Continue Reading “God Games by James A. Scott (Book Review #1184)”