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
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 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
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
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?
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