Set in a dystopian future, The Drift depicts a shattered world of injustice following humanities evolution into three distinct races.
SPSFC Review: Of Mycelium and Men (The Biomass Conflux #1) by William C. Tracy
This book has a lot of very interesting ideas and approaches the colonization of a planet in a very good way. The technical aspects of the book are very well thought out and make a lot of sense in the worldbuilding that takes place throughout the novel. The different castes are also unique and are done well with a divisiveness that adds a lot to the overall story. The passage of time is pretty large and it does jump between a lot of characters, within a pretty short book for what it tries to accomplish.
SPSFC Review: Those Left Behind (The Waystations Trilogy #1) by N.C. Scrimgeour
Those Left Behind will be the sci fi novel that will keep readers reading late into the night. With new creatures, crazy technology, and a mystery about the Waygates, there’s something for everyone. This is a series that I look forward to continuing and discovering more of what it has to offer. This will be a sci fi that can be treasured with some of the great ones.
SPSFC Review: The Drift by Casie Aufenthie
This is a book that is a lot different than what I would typically read but it was an enjoyable one. The romantic plot is a strong plot point through the novel and it is done well, letting it naturally come. The action scenes took me by surprise and were extremely fun to read. An entertaining good read full of heart and characters that are trying to survive in an oppressive world. The book is well written and fans of sci fi romance will definitely find this a great read.
Review: Light Fighters (Star Children Saga #2) by Palmer Pickering
The author takes everything from book one and continues to make it even better. The story picks up immediately where it should, in the middle of the action cliffhanger that was book one. It continues to flesh out the world, answering questions and setting up everything for a saga that promises to remain in the minds of readers. As the story continues to unfold, you can see the planning and care that the author has taken in crafting what is turning out to be a beautiful world or universe. Each floating strand from book one is carefully grabbed and meticulously placed to continue the story being woven in front of us.
Book Tour/Review: Moon Deeds (Star Children Saga #1) by Palmer Pickering
Moon Deeds is an ambitious science-fantasy space opera, that follows twins Cassidy and Torr. With strong world-building and an intriguing magic system, the mix of dystopian science fiction and fantasy elements are blended together into a convincing narrative.
Review: Moon Deeds (Star Children Saga #1) by Palmer Pickering
This is a futuristic tale of invasion that adds some of the really cool magic elements that I always like in a true epic fantasy. I really liked the world that was developed, with the tension between surviving and escaping. The emotions of the characters were real and the questions of what was happening definitely can hook a reader into wanting to know more. Make sure that you have your deed and claim a parcel of the moon to sit back and enjoy a good read of Sci-Fi magic adventure.
Review: Zeroed Out by Jacob Markrof
This is a story that will tickle the sci-fi lover with the world while keeping a mystery and thriller that is intriguing through the majority of the book. It has intense action, a desolate world that is easy to imagine, and characters that are interesting to read about. I encourage those who like to figure out puzzles to look into this cyberpunk thriller!
Review: The Prometheus Effect by David Fleming
The Prometheus Effect is a story that will make you think of how we are utilizing the natural resources of our planet and where it could lead. It shows the darker side of human greed and not thinking of the future of the human race. Even with the large amount of ideas, it will definitely engage the reader in a variety of intriguing ideas that will stick in the mind as it plays over and over again with the ideas that it implants. It is a solid stand alone that hints at what may come in the future if we do not take care of the resources that we use.
Review: At the Threshold of the Universe (The Song of Kamaria #3) by T.A. Bruno
At the Threshold of the Universe is an epic swan song that hits all the right chords. It is a truly magnificent conclusion to the Song of Kamaria series.
Review: Blood Reunion (Hybrid Helix #3) by JCM Berne
Rohan is the hero that we all want to be! This series continues to be something that is special and intriguing. I am fully invested into this series and this entry did not disappoint. It blew me away with every twist and turn, adding to a rich world in all of the right ways. This is a novel that will stick with a reader for days, making them ponder what the next adventure will be for Rohan and company. Rohan will continue to pull me along on his adventures and I look forward to them all!
Cover Reveal: Blood Reunion (The Hybrid Helix #3) by JCM Berne
Today I have the privilege, nay, the honor of revealing the cover to the third book of the Hybrid Helix by JCM Berne. This series has quickly become one of my favorites and I have eagerly been looking forward to the third installment that will be release on October 31st.