Blog Tour: Containment, Vanda Symon

Book Review: Containment, Sam Shephard Book 3, Vanda Symon Book Review: Containment, Vanda Symon   Containment is part of a series of detective novels by internationally renowned author Vanda Symon. Set in Dunedin, New Zealand, her protagonist is a smart, sassy, complicated young detective named Samantha (Sam) Shephard. Shephard is called to the scene of […]

Blog Tour: Chasing Solace, Karl Drinkwater

Book Review: Chasing Solance, Lost Solace Book 2, Karl Drinkwater Science Fiction: Chasing Solance, Karl Drinkwater   Opal and her ship, the sentient AI now named Athene, barely survived their encounter with the “Lost Ship.” Still, their mission continues and they seek another lost ship, hoping to find there the opportunity to rescue Opal’s missing […]

Blog Tour: The Blood-Dimmed Tide, Michael R. Johnston

Book Review: The Blood-Dimmed Tide, The Remembrance War Book 2, Michael R. Johnston   Science Fiction: The Blood-Dimmed Tide, The Remembrance War Book 2, Michael R. Johnston   I fell in love with Asimov and Heinlein, Anderson and Niven, and many more of the science-fiction writers of the last century when I was a child. […]

Book Review: The Winter of the Witch, Katherine Arden

Book Review: The Winter of the Witch, Book 3 Winternight Trilogy, Katherine Arden – Blog Tour: October 7, 2019 Fantasy: The Winter of the Witch, Book 3 Winternight Trilogy, Katherine Arden I try not to read series out of order, but the invitation to participate in a blog tour for a book that was already on […]

Book Review: Little Siberia, Antti Tuomainen

Book Review: Little Siberia, Antti Tuomainen — Blog Tour: October 2, 2019 Mystery: Little Siberia, Antti Tuomainen I received an electronic advanced readers copy of Little Siberia so that I could participate in the blog tour promoting its release on October 17, 2019. Everything about the book appealed to me: a mystery, set in Finland, […]

Blog Tour Book Review: Green Gold, Gabriel Hemery

Book Review: Green Gold, Gabriel Hemery Fiction: Green Gold, Gabriel Hemery Green Gold is a creative epistolary novel telling the story of plant hunter John Jeffrey’s expedition to North America in 1850 through the words of his journal, letters, and other documents. Representing an elite group of subscribers, Jeffrey’s mission was to collect seeds from […]

Book Review: Remember Tomorrow, Amanda Saint

Book Review: Remember Tomorrow, Amanda Saint Fiction: Remember Tomorrow, Amanda Saint Britain in 2073 looks much different than it does today. Climate change and its effects, including massive earthquakes and storms, have devastated the land and returned large areas of the country to subsistence agriculture, surviving without contacts in the larger world and relying solely […]