Under a Graveyard Sky by John Ringo

29 December 2013 Natassia 0

With an intellectual spin, John Ringo brings to life a truly realistic world in Under a Graveyard Sky.  In a drama that is rife with competition, Ringo departs from normal zombie apocalypse plotlines and brings to the light the rarely mentioned side – the prepared.  An interesting, if not always thrilling, […]

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 […]

Altered by Jennifer Rush

29 November 2013 Casey 0

Is it just me or are books not living up to expectations? I don’t know if my standards are just that high or the genre itself is going downhill. For example, Altered by Jennifer Rush. I was so freaking excited for this book; but when I read it, it fell […]


Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins

27 November 2013 Jackie 0

I’m not generally a fan of dystopian fiction. I’m not really sure why either because I enjoy dystopian movies; but after seeing the ending to Catching Fire (the movie was fabulous, quick, but good), I wanted to know what happens next. I started the third book in Suzanne Collin’s Hunger […]

The Incrementalists by Steven Brust & Skyler White

19 November 2013 Natassia 1

The writing duo Steven Brust & Skyler White have a simplistic approach in The Incrementalists. With a plot that takes its cue from the cryptic secret society that is its namesake, there are few ups and downs. This take on sci fi is quite understated, the plotline developing as one […]

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Interview: Ramez Naam

12 September 2013 Natassia 0

Recently I got the opportunity to talk with Ramez Naam about his Nexus Saga and his recent release Crux. Six months have passed since the release of Nexus 5. The world is a different, more dangerous place. In the United States, the terrorists – or freedom fighters – of the […]


Three by Jay Posey

10 September 2013 Natassia 0

Jay Posey’s Three is a new addition to the post apocalyptic genre. With a novel that plays out more like a movie, Posey sets a fast paced tone early on. The world of Three has an eerie creepiness to it despite the novel’s ups and downs. Posey brings a conviction to […]


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, […]

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Green Light Delivery by Anne E Johnson

16 August 2013 Natassia 0

Anne E Johnson’s Green Light Delivery is a fun fast paced romp through odd planets. With a full cast of quirky characters, Johnson tells a tale of believing in what you do no matter how banal it may seem to others. With obvious influences such as Douglas Adams, a charming […]


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 […]