Cinder by Marissa Meyer

9 January 2018 Casey 0

Over the years, I’ve read countless fairy tales and their retellings. Some retellings would be almost identical to the fairy tale itself, while others were vastly different. I can honestly say that Cinder by Marissa Meyer is the most unique retelling of Cinderella that I’ve ever read. The biggest difference is […]

Chaos Station by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen 

17 August 2015 Sarah 0

I haven’t been reading much science fiction lately, so Chaos Station by Jenn Burke and Kelly Jensen was a welcome change of reading material. The first book in the Chaos Station series, Chaos Station, was so interesting that I’m still having trouble breaking down the reasons why I enjoyed it. The answer: it […]

Born of Fury by Sherrilyn Kenyon

24 September 2014 Sarah 0

Aliens, assassins, and war are (of course!) a winning combination in creating any epic love story.  Though, maybe Born of Fury by Sherrilyn Kenyon (Book 7 in The League series) could have been a little less epic in length.  It’s helpful to read each book of this series in order.  Extensive backstory […]

A Darkling Sea by James Cambias

20 February 2014 Natassia 0

Scientific exploration abounds in James Cambias’s A Darkling Sea. With a clash of intricate alien races, Cambias brings wonder and imagination to a scientific expedition. The setting is beautifully foreign as the underwater world is thirty light years from Earth. Cambias gives us a neat tale of curiosity and survival.  On […]

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Falling Light by Thea Harrison

19 February 2014 Nicole 0

I’ll be honest, it took me quite some time to get into Falling Light by Thea Harrison. This is mostly my fault; because of my huge book slump of 2013, I really didn’t remember much about the first novel, Rising Darkness, other than I knew I really enjoyed it and […]

The Cure by Douglas E. Richards

13 December 2013 Natassia 0

Douglas E. Richards shines in his imaginative sci fi novel The Cure. With suspense at every turn. Richards takes us on a ride which infuses many genres. A story that cannot be judged by its gruesome opening, The Cure has elements of espionage, science and even a romantic side. Erin Palmer […]


The Darwin Elevator by Jason Hough

19 August 2013 Natassia 1

The Dire Earth Cycle starts off with a bang in Jason Hough’s The Darwin Elevator. This thrilling jam-packed novel creates a world which is shockingly realistic. Hough delivers a sci fi novel which is both post apocalyptic and space dwelling with adventure at its core. In the mid-23rd century, Darwin, […]


The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu

14 August 2013 Natassia 0

A creative and thoughtful plot, bringing science fiction to the world of espionage, Wesley Chu makes his book debut in The Lives of Tao. Throughout the story, Chu creates a world that, though somewhat alien, reminds us of the world we live in. When out-of-shape IT technician Roen woke up and started […]

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Katherine “Kitty” Katt by G. Koch

2 July 2013 Jackie 0

I was going through my draft folder and found this unpublished review of the Katherine “Kitty” Katt series by Gini Koch. Why it was unpublished, I’m not sure, but I’m rectifying that issue now. Tease me.  Tempt me.  Barrage me with images and I will generally pick up a book.  […]

Rising Darkness by Thea Harrison

20 April 2013 Nicole 0

I really wasn’t sure what to expect with Thea Harrison’s newest adult novel, Rising Darkness. It is the first in a new series, and to be honest, I didn’t even know what genre (PNR, UF etc) Rising Darkness was classified. I just knew I really love her Elder Races series and her […]