• The Prophet Paradox, by Danny Tuttle

    The Prophet Paradox, by Danny Tuttle Hey guys, how have you been? It’s been a cold and blustery week here in the East of England so I’m wrapped up warm while writing this. Today, I’m happy to share my review of The Prophet Paradox, a science fiction / supernatural tale by Danny Tuttle. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are ready, let’s begin. About When Anne Heart uncovers an ancient manuscript (part of the New Testament of the Christian Bible) in…

  • Pandora’s Razor, by Ray Strong

    Pandora’s Razor, by Ray Strong Please Note: My usual Likes section will from now on be the Positive Elements section. Consequently, my usual Dislikes section shall henceforth be known as the Negative Elements section. Hey guys, welcome back to another Bookish Beyond review. How have you been? Today, we’re reviewing Pandora’s Razor, an insightful science fiction novel by Ray Strong. So, if you’ve got your favourite drink to hand and are all settled in, let’s begin. About Meriel Hope, once orphaned from an attack on…

  • The Timepiece and the Girl Who Went Astray

    The Timepiece and the Girl Who Went Astray, by Oliver. R. Simmonds Hi everyone, how have you been? This week, I have an absolute gem of a story to share with you. Today, I’m excited to be reviewing The Timepiece and the Girl Who Went Astray, a science fiction thriller by Oliver. R. Simmonds. About The story is set in the 1980s and follows William Wells, a jobless American immigrant living in England. When he purchases an unusual watch as a gift for his girlfriend…

  • Beyond the Mirror: Seechers

    Beyond the Mirror: Seechers, by M. K. Williams & Natalie Kavanagh Hey guys, are you having a good week? Perhaps you’ve recently discovered a new favourite read, or maybe you’ll find one here today. Without further ado, I introduce you to Beyond the Mirror: Seechers, a science fiction / fantasy novel by M. K. Williams and Natalie Kavanagh. About Beyond the Mirror: Seechers is a science fiction narrative, which switches between the main point of views of Aris, a university student, and a secret organization.…

  • Identity, book review

    Identity (Book 1: The Nine Hundred Golden Suns)

    Identity (Book 1: The Nine Hundred Golden Suns), by Jade Cahoon Hi guys, how has your week been? If you’ve come across any new favourite reads lately, I’d love to hear about them. Today, I’m reviewing Identity (Book 1: The Nine Hundred Golden Suns), a gripping science fiction story by Jade Cahoon.   About Norah, a young book-loving university student gets the shock of her life when her city is attacked by strange spacecraft and her good friend Casey declares she might actually be an…

  • Unfocused

    Unfocused: Book 2 of The Timerift Series

    Unfocused (Timerift: Book 2), by David and Nicole Korson Hey guys, welcome to 2021. Let’s hope this year is an improvement on the last. Today, I’m reviewing Unfocused, Book 2 of The Timerift series, by David and Nicole Korson. About Since returning back to her own time, Bea is determined to retrieve her father from 1930s New York, where he remains trapped and destined to die. However, the 30s will not greet Bea and her friends kindly. Rescuing her father will not be easy. Characters…

  • Knight in Paper Armor

    Knight in Paper Armor

    Hi guys, I hope you’re having a lovely weekend. Today, I’m excited to be sharing my review for Knight in Paper Armor, by Nicholas Conley, a story infused with science fiction and supernatural elements. About The story is set in Heaven’s Hole, a small town dominated by Thorne Century, a large and oppressive corporation, who are running illegal experiments on teenagers. Billy, a young Jewish boy with otherworldly abilities, is kept as a research subject by Thorne Century. When Billy is permitted to attend school…

  • Unfettered Journey

    Unfettered Journey, by Gary. F. Bengier

    Hey guys, I hope you’re having a wonderful week so far. This week sees me in a great mood as lockdown is almost over in England and I can’t wait to see my loved ones again. But, I digress. Back to book talk. If you’re looking for a new read that explores what it is that makes us human and our search for freedom, then look no further, for today I will be reviewing Unfettered Journey, by Gary. F. Bengier. About Joe, an applied mathematician…

  • 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,…