Blog Tour: Ruabon, Karl Drinkwater

Book Review: Ruabon, Lost Tales of Solace, Karl Drinkwater Science Fiction: Ruabon, Lost Tales of Solace, Karl Drinkwater Blog Tour July 25, 2021   I have this mental image of Karl Drinkwater having created this amazing playground called “Solace,” where the main attractions are two novels featuring a talented and dangerous woman searching for her […]

Blog Tour: Clarissa, Karl Drinkwater

Book Review: Clarissa, Lost Tales of Solace, Karl Drinkwater Science Fiction: Clarissa, Lost Tales of Solace, Karl Drinkwater Blog Tour July 12, 2021   The human protagonist of the two Solace novels is desperately searching for her lost sister. Clarissa tells the story of how the little girl disappeared.   Opal and Clarissa have been living on […]

Book Review: Fugitive Telemetry, Martha Wells

Book Review: Fugitive Telemetry, The Murderbot Diaries Book 6, Martha Wells   Science Fiction: Fugitive Telemetry, The Murderbot Diaries Book 6, Martha Wells   It’s back!   The Sec Unit also known as Murderbot is dwelling on the Preservation space station where its job is keeping its friend Mensah safe from assassins. Whenever possible, it is also […]

Book Review: Remote Control, Nnedi Okorafor

Book Review: Remote Control, Nnedi Okorafor   Science Fiction: Remote Control, Nnedi Okorafor   Nnedi Okorafor is one of the masters of the novella. Her 2020 work, Remote Control, gives readers everything they love about her writing with a brand new character facing a very different world.   Sankofa walks the roads of Ghana. Only […]

Book Review: A Memory Called Empire, Arkady Martine

Book Review: A Memory Called Empire, Arkady Martine   Science Fiction: A Memory Called Empire, Arkady Martine Hugo Award Winner   Science fiction writers come to the genre from a variety of backgrounds. Often they are science based, but perhaps more often they are not. Storytellers can learn their craft from many different teachers, and […]

Book Review: The Future of Another Timeline, Annalee Newitz

Book Review: The Future of Another Timeline, Annalee Newitz   Science Fiction: The Future of Another Timeline, Annalee Newitz   What do you get when you put a distinguished science writer, a brilliant historian, a futurist, a feminist and queer advocate, and a sci fi novelist (and probably some other credentials I’ve overlooked) into the […]

Blog Tour: Trinity, Patrick Morgan with David Kidger

Book Review: Trinity, Of Cauldron Born Book 1, Patrick Morgan with David Kidger   Science Fiction: Trinity, Of Cauldron Born Book 1, Patrick Morgan with David Kidger Blog Tour May 21, 2021   Root and Hex are mysterious machines, discovered abandoned many years before by a long-forgotten people. They sit in a basement where they communicate with […]

Blog Tour: Screams from the Void, Anne Tibbets

Book Review: Screams from the Void, Anne Tibbets   Science Fiction: Screams from the Void, Anne Tibbets Blog Tour May 21, 2021   Where to start? The “Demeter” has been in space for nearly two years, gathering plant samples from distant planets to study on Earth. Ensign Reina for one is happy they are nearly done. Her […]

Book Review: Doctor Who: At Childhood’s End, Sophie Aldred

Book Review: Doctor Who: At Childhood’s End, Sophie Aldred Science Fiction: Doctor Who: At Childhood’s End, Sophie Aldred By guest reviewer Geoffrey Marvin   Doctor Who: At Childhood’s End is aces!   Dorothy McShane is a reclusive millionaire philanthropist with a love of fast cars and Triumph motorcycles. She also makes her business manager’s head […]