Book Review | iRemember by S.V. Bekvalac

Thank you to Rachel's Random Resources for my spot on the blog tour. Book Description The city of iRemember shimmers in the desert haze, watched over by the Bureau, a government agency that maintains control through memory surveillance and little pink pills made from the narcotic plant Tranquelle. It looks like an oasis under its… Continue reading Book Review | iRemember by S.V. Bekvalac

Book Review | The Vanished Birds by Simon Jimenez

Kirkus Reviews says this novel is one of the 10 Best Books to Read This January! Book Description A mysterious child lands in the care of a solitary woman, changing both of their lives forever, in this captivating debut of connection across space and time. “The best of what science fiction can be: a thought-provoking,… Continue reading Book Review | The Vanished Birds by Simon Jimenez

Book Review & Excerpt | A Beginning at the End by Mike Chen

Book Description An emotional story about what happens after the end of the world, A BEGINNING AT THE END is a tale of four survivors trying to rebuild their personal lives after a literal apocalypse. For commercial readers who enjoy a speculative twist, or their sci-fi with a heavy dose of family and feelings. Six… Continue reading Book Review & Excerpt | A Beginning at the End by Mike Chen

A Classic Heroic Journey for Sci-Fi Lovers

Science Fiction Book Review | Medusa in the Graveyard by Emily Devenport Tor Books ▪️ July 23, 2019 ▪️ 304 pages In stores today! Dear Reader, Medusa in the Graveyard is a grippingly provocative science fiction novel that is hard to put down. Continuing the story of Oichi Angelis and her partner Medusa, we travel… Continue reading A Classic Heroic Journey for Sci-Fi Lovers

How will the world end?

Sci-Fi/Fantasy Book Review | Wanderers by Chuck Wendig Del Rey Publishers ▪️ July 2, 2019 ▪️ 800 pages In Bookstores Today! Dear reader, Wanderers takes the reader on an thrilling journey of self-discovery. An epic apocalyptic sci-fi novel that rings true in a disturbingly fantastical manner, the story follows two sisters – Shana and Nessie… Continue reading How will the world end?

Book review | Remarkable Things Can Happen to Unremarkable People

Published 2018 Dear sci-fy reader, In Hank Green’s debut novel, we take a close look at the human condition as it pertains to fame and fear of the unknown. Green said that he was influenced by the Dune series, but I found it showed more commonalities with 2001: A Space Odyssey by Anthony Clarke. Fortunately,… Continue reading Book review | Remarkable Things Can Happen to Unremarkable People