• A World on the Island's Edge

    A World on the Island’s Edge

    Hi everyone, I hope you’re all doing well. Today, I’m reviewing A World on the Island’s Edge, by Matthew Rudd Reynolds. About Andi and Artie are twins. Sadly, their grandmother is developing dementia and the threat of the two siblings being separated seems right around the corner. Set in Grey Cove, Andi is desperate to find a solution to her family’s problems when she has an unusual vision to save a golden dolphin calf. With the dolphin’s mother dead, Andi must protect him at all…

  • Mission from Venus

    Mission from Venus

    Hi guys, I hope you’re all doing well and that you’re able to keep safe during these difficult times. Today, I’d like to share my review for an uplifting and fascinating book, Mission from Venus, by Susan Plunket. About As the Earth prepares to enter the fourth dimension, other celestial beings prepare their own way, to help Earth in the transition process. Extra-terrestrial volunteers must train to understand the third dimensional realm of humanity, where they will eventually incarnate, to raise the vibration of the…

  • Jeremy L Jones, Saturnius Mons

    Saturnius Mons, by Jeremy. L. Jones

    Story Saturnius Mons, by Jeremy L Jones follows a team of space explorers as they explore Titan (one of the many moons of Saturn), to see if a lost civilization still resides there. If so, the money grabbing Corporation will be urged to stop their resource farming, once and for all. However, nothing is ever so simple, and the team soon find themselves in a war between natives. Characters Four characters dominate the novel, forming a team that hopes to find out what’s really going…

  • Echo, Jordan Leach,book review

    Echo (What Do You Regret?)

    Happy Wednesday, I hope you’re well. Today, I’m going to be reviewing Echo, a science fiction novel, by Jordan Leach. Summary of Story Echo Fray used to do the bare minimum in life, considering himself a failure in all things, until he met Natasha Vixen, a brilliant and yet unstable time-traveller. The chance of a lifetime transforms Echo from a failure, into a man with a mission-  live the life he truly wants, with no regrets. The story is told in a non-linear, yet meaningful…

  • abduction chronicles, thomas l hay

    The Abduction Chronicles

    The Abduction Chronicles is an abridged version of two respective books: An Abduction Revelation and it’s sequel. The year is 1960 and seventeen year old Tommy has destroyed his new car. The problem? He can’t remember what happened: all he recalls are three strange lights in the night sky, and nothing else. Fast forward to the modern day and Tommy is about to experience far more than he ever imagined. Story As Tommy grows up, his life becomes increasingly complicated. He serves in the navy…

  • the god queen, m l tishner, book review,fantasy,sci fi

    The God Queen (Rebirth: Book One)

    Summary The Velocio, a series of God-like humanoids are soon expected to return to the people, to give them hope that the Federation can overcome the corrupt Dominion. Story Young Rei has worked in a tavern all her young life and is eager for adventure. When she has a chance to join the federation, she grabs it, determined to do good. However, her life is not as simple as she believed: secrets have been hidden from her, important ones that will upend everything she’s ever…

  • star child, petra landon

    Star Child: Awakening

    Hi guys, I hope you’re having a beautiful day. Today, I’m reviewing Star Child, by Petra Landon. With themes of rebels vs authority, comradery and deception, this story fondly reminded me of the Sci-Fi Western tv series, Firefly. Just to elaborate, I LOVE Firefly! Storyline We’re introduced to a young girl named Novi on the mining planet, Idriko. Escaping on a rebel cruiser, Novi soon becomes involved with its renegade crew as it takes on various jobs for some mysterious new clients. There is talk…

  • the sky people,terry goodkind,book review

    The Sky People

    I’ve been a fan of Terry Goodkind for a long time, ever since I first began the Sword of Truth series. I was excited to hear about this short piece, The Sky People as I’ve recently been diving into ancient Earth history. A Slice of Ancient History Our ancient ancestors depicted humanoid beings (different to ourselves) in their cave drawings, those that were said to come down from the sky, to commune with us here on Earth. This short tale by Goodkind introduces such beings…

  • State of Refuge

    Hi guys, today’s review is for State of Refuge, by author David Korson. If you love Sci-Fi Dystopian tales, then this one might be for you. After the final war, an oppressive global government dominates the planet, erasing our history, altering our language, and deciding what jobs we do, and where we go. There is no freedom! {As a warning: there are some references to brutal sexual assault at times, though only near the start, when some prisoners in the State of Refuge attack some…

  • A Question of Will: The Aliomenti Saga, Book 1

    A Question of Will (volume 1) by Alex Albrinck was my first read of June. The story follows Will Stark: father, husband, and entrepreneur. Told from both Will and his foe’s perspectives, we learn about the ancient order of the Aliomenti and their plans for any who seek to betray them. Story overview The story begins in 2030, with Will having built up his own empire from nothing. Time travel is a feature that comes later in the book, taking Will all the way to…