Ellie Whitmore is no ordinary girl. Even if her parents weren’t internationally famous celebrities, her six foot four inch height and oddly spotted complexion would make her stand out in any crowd. But never would she have guessed she was an alien from far across the galaxy. Or that hidden within her genetic makeup lies the Kyroibi: an ancient and powerful relic housing the forbidden knowledge of her people.
SPSFC2 Semifinalist Review: Melody by David Hoffer
Melody is a riveting and thought-provoking science fiction novel. If you like first contact scenarios and action-filled pages, then you’ll love David Hoffer’s otherworldly adventure.
BOOK TOUR/EXCERPT : Sordaneon (The Triempery Revelations #1) by L.L. Stephens
Hello everyone! Welcome to my stop on the Escapist Book Tours/Company. Unfortunately, life has been rather hectic and I was unable to finish this novel in time. But wait! Don’t go just yet! Below, you will find all the information you need about this book AND! a 3000 word excerpt! Thank you to L.L. Stephens […]
BOOK TOUR/REVIEW: Chronicles from the World of Guilt by Chris Durston
If you’re in the mood for some mind-bending sci-fi/horror and/or are a fan of Chuck Palahniuk, this is the collection for you. It will keep you on your toes and challenge your imagination in the best way possible.
SPSFC2 Quarterfinalist Review: Debunked: Volume One of the Terravenum Chronicles by Dito Abbott
Debunked is a whimsical Sci-Fantasy that is for anyone who feels a strong sense of nostalgia for the classic adventure story. This modern take will have you escaping reality and adventuring through the skies of Terravenum. Debunked reminded me of a curious explorer; unable to be confined by the limits of imagination.
SPSFC2 Quarterfinalist Review: Night Music by Tobias Cabral
Set on a mysterious and unsettling Martian world, Night Music brought forth an otherworldly force that drew from its eerie origins.
SPSFC2 Quarterfinalist Review: The Drift by Casie Aufenthie
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.
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.