science fiction

Morningside Fall from Legends of the Dustwalker by Jay Posey

Fantasy & Supernatural
Morningside Fall

When I read Three, Book #1 of Legends of the Dustwalker, by Jay Posey, it blew me away and I’ve been anxiously awaiting Book #2, Morningside Fall. In Three, the world building was excellent, the characters grabbed hold and wouldn’t let go, and the storyline was riveting. This is a post-apocalyptic, dystopian series with sci-fi, […]

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Divergent by Veronica Roth: Which Faction Would You Choose?

Fiction
Divergent

This may be the last web site on the planet to review Divergent by Veronica Roth, which is kind of embarrassing. With a very full review schedule and books piling up on every surface, I just could not work it into my review schedule. Finally the book stars aligned and, thanks to my Amazon anti-trust […]

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Under Nameless Stars by Christian Schoon: Exo-Vet Becomes Stowaway

Fiction
Under Nameless Stars

I loved Book #1 in the Zenn Scarlett series by Christian Schoon, about a teen training to become an exoveterinarian on Mars, so I was eagerly awaiting Book #2, Under Nameless Stars. I had to find out what had happened next to this spunky heroine. If you haven’t read Book #1, there’s a link to […]

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Odds Against Tomorrow by Nathaniel Rich: Book Review & Giveaway

Fiction
Odds Against Tomorrow

When I saw the book cover for Odds Against Tomorrow by Nathaniel Rich, I knew it had to be about either climate change, catastrophe or, even more likely, both. A number of novels are being published that speculate about how climate change could affect our world. I applaud those because too many people still deny […]

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The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North: Book Review

Fiction
The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August

It’s almost as if the muses send interesting ideas out into the ether to be picked up almost simultaneously by different authors. What else could explain so many novels coming out this Spring about multiple lives? To make The Fifteen Lives of Harry August even more interesting, it’s written by Claire North, a pseudonym being […]

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The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare by M.G. Buehrlen: A Twist on Time Travel

Fiction
The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare

I was intrigued when I read the concept for The 57 Lives of Alex Wayfare by M. G. Buehrlen. This is Book #1 in a new YA series that I think is going to be a lot of fun to read. Is it about reincarnation? Is it about time travel? Yes and yes but not […]

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