Dalí is a full-blooded, adrenaline soaked, science fiction romp that had me hooked from the very first line. Dalí is an incredible protagonist. A ‘third-gender’ changeling, bereft from the loss of their husband, wife and unborn child, Dalí takes us on a fast-paced espionage-style thriller across the galaxy.
Return of the Griffin is a return to excellence! The author does a fantastic job of continuing the story of our favorite superhero that constantly finds himself in new situations. This series constantly continues to show the promise of a long running new epic of a superhero. I am thrilled to constantly return to this universe. Let Rohan fly you into another great adventure!!
Be prepared to ponder the future. Mercury’s Shadow is a clever tale that utilizes the advances of technology to create the beginning of an empire. The ideas and themes of this novel will definitely cause a reader to think of what are we willing to sacrifice in order to obtain the absolute power that technology could provide. The pace is frantic, a perfect way to set up the tension and panic that the characters begin to feel as the plot plays out.
Blurb: High above Daros, sixteen-year-old Brecca Vereen prepares to unload a cargo of trade goods aboard her father’s ship, the Envy’s Price. Nellen Vereen shows her a mysterious artifact bound for a contact below, one that will earn them a lot of credits, and one that they definitely won’t be declaring to customs. Materializing out […]
Blurb: A dying universe. When the Home worlds finally achieved the technology to venture out into the stars, they found a graveyard of dead civilizations, a sea of lifeless gray planets and their ruins. What befell them is unknown. All Home knows is that they are the last civilization left in the universe, and whatever […]
I first learned about In the Orbit of Sirens when I saw the cover floating around on social media several months ago, and what a cover it is! Something needs to be said for not only the cover, but the artwork that appears before each section of the book. The handful of black and white drawings fully realize the beautiful, yet utterly alien environment of Kamaria. They also hearken back to the early days of the book, where Bruno first developed the idea for the story as a comic book.