• The Fool and the Hierophant, by Alexander Krall

    The Fool and the Hierophant, by Alexander Krall Hey guys, welcome back. Are you having a good week? Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Fool and the Hierophant, a mystery thriller by Alexander Krall, with some interesting Science Fiction elements. If you’ve got your favourite drink to hand, let us dive in. About After a fire breaks out on Mother One, one of the four artificial birthing machines in the city of Radiance, Captain Khepra Sigfrid calls upon a disgraced detective to see if…

  • Sinai unhinged

    Sinai Unhinged

    Hi guys, how are you doing this week? Here in England, we’ve just been put back into lockdown for a month, so we’ll see how that goes. Hopefully things are going better wherever you are. Today, I’m delighted to share with you my review for Sinai Unhinged, a suspenseful science fiction novel that explores the relationship between us and the universe. About Patients are being admitted from the particle physics complex near the Sinai General Psychiatrist Unit, all with the same startling symptoms. In the…

  • Robot in the Refrigerator

    Robot in the Refrigerator

    Hey guys, how have you all been doing lately? I hope you’ve all been keeping safe and that life is starting to return to some sense of normal for you. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing Robot in the Refrigerator, a story which looks closely at what it means to be human. About: Set in a futuristic London, the story follows Andy, a tech-domestic consultant who does all he can to avoid having his personal data stolen. When testing a new, apparently illegal military-grade Droid,…

  • Lying Beneath, The Aura Operation, Kevin Moran

    Lying Beneath: Aura Operations, Book One

    Hey guys, I hope you’re having an amazing week. Today, I’d like to share my thoughts about Lying Beneath, a short science fiction novel, by Kevin Moran. About Bored of her mundane everyday life, young Ayla (a curious photographer) seeks adventure. When she investigates a peculiar hatch in an abandoned building, she finally finds the adventure she seeks, but it isn’t what she hoped for. Trapped below ground and thought of as a spy by a strange group of people, Ayla must find a way…

  • Kludged: singularity, Tony. L. Joy

    Kludged: Singularity

    Hi guys, how have you all been keeping lately? Today, I’d like to share with you my review for Kludged: Singularity, by Tony. L. Joy, a technology novel following the accidental creation of a sentient AI system.   About Alan Cormac cannot stand his job any longer. When he receives an unexpected promotion, he has mixed feelings. Who are the Transient Intellect Company and what can he get out of this new position? Maybe some new data for his pet AI project to feed on?…