Blog Tour: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence

Book Review: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence   Science Fiction: The Girl and the Stars, Mark Lawrence   Yaz is a girl of the ice and cold. Her people live in an eternal winter, where plants are virtually unknown and savage weather is the norm. It is all she has ever known. It is […]

Book Review: Lost Solace, Karl Drinkwater

Book Review: Lost Solace, Lost Solace Book 1, Karl Drinkwater Science Fiction: Lost Solace, Lost Solace Book 1,  Karl Drinkwater   Opal is on a mission. A former member of an elite military intelligence division (IFS), she has deserted and stolen a sentient AI ship, which she has hacked to support her instead of the IFS. […]

Book Review: The Widening Gyre, Michael R. Johnston

Book Review: The Widening Gyre, The Remembrance War Book 1, Michael R. Johnston   Science Fiction: The Widening Gyre, Michael R. Johnston   One of the cool things about participating in a blog tour is being introduced to an author I have not read before. The danger, of course, is that I will feel the […]

Book Review: The Red: First Light, Linda Nagata

Book Review: The Red: First Light, Book 1, Linda Nagata Science Fiction Thriller: The Red: First Light, Book 1, Linda Nagata   Lieutenant James Shelley is a very good soldier. He has a crack team and a lot of help. Cybernetic implants keep them connected to satellites, drones, and the latest intel. None of this […]

Book Review: Contagion, Erin Bowman

Book Review: Contagion, Erin Bowman Science Fiction: Contagion, Erin Bowman Thea is an intern, assisting a scientist in a routine expedition. Nova is a pilot, eager to prove herself worthy of a full time job with the corporation. Toby is a computer expert, Cleaver works security. They are forced to abandon the planet they are […]

Book Review: The Bear and the Nightingale, Katherine Arden

Book Review: The Bear and the Nightingale, Winternight Trilogy Book 1, Katherine Arden Historical Fantasy: The Bear and the Nightingale, Winternight Trilogy Book 1, Katherine Arden I came back to The Bear and the Nightingale after reading the third book of the trilogy, The Winter of the Witch, for several reasons. I fell in love […]