Blog Tour: The Apocalypse Strain, Jason Parent

Book Review: The Apocalypse Strain, Jason Parent   Science Fiction: The Apocalypse Strain, Jason Parent BLOG TOUR August 17, 2020   This novel is amazing. Let’s just skip to the chase, shall we? The book is tight, very inventive, well written, creepy as anything, and I couldn’t stop reading. I am usually a fast reader–but […]

Book Review: Auxiliary: London 2039, Jon Richter

Book Review: Auxiliary: London 2039, Jon Richter   Science Fiction: Auxiliary: London 2039, Jon Richter   In the not too distant future London imagined by author Jon Richter, robots and AIs meet almost every human need. Very few jobs remain. Children are taught by virtual master teachers with only a classroom monitor to make sure […]

Book Review: How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, K. Eason

Book Review: How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, Book One of the Thorne Chronicles, K. Eason   Science Fiction: How Rory Thorne Destroyed the Multiverse, Book One of the Thorne Chronicles, K. Eason   I have been told I have a dry sense of humor. I don’t know whether that’s necessary to appreciate How Rory Thorne Destroyed […]

Blog Tour: Space Academy, Hannah Hopkins

Book Review: Space Academy, Hannah Hopkins   YA Science Fiction: Space Academy, Hannah Hopkins   Being an American, my familiarity with British education systems is quite limited. I assume that Hogwarts has some basis in fact. I’ve no idea what basis beyond the presence of young British students. Something, though. I’m pretty sure the sorting […]

Blog Tour: City Among the Stars, Francis Carsac

Book Review: City Among the Stars, Francis Carsac, Translated by Judith Sullivan and Margaret Schiff Science Fiction: City Among the Stars, Francis Carsac, Translated by Judith Sullivan and Margaret Schiff   Ah, the Golden Age of Science Fiction. Heinlein. Asimov. Clarke. Names which defined an era and shaped a genre. For non-English speakers, the name Carsac […]

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 […]