Posts Tagged ‘book reviews’

Nick Mamatas’ I am Providence Review

Reviewers note: My review copy of I Am Providence was provided by Edelweisse. The novel releases August 9th, 2016 When I think about it, I’m not sure I’ve ever really enjoyed a who-done-it story. As soon as I know I’m inv...


Dark Victory: A Novel of the Alien Resistance Book Review

Note: My copy of Dark Victory was supplied by Edelweiss. The novel releases January 5th, 2016 Historically, I haven’t had the best luck with military scifi. I love the concept, and I know good novels in this genre exist, but ...


Andy Weir’s The Martian Review

Science fiction can generally be broken down into two types: hard and soft. Hard scifi builds its world around facts and real science while soft scifi generally uses space or technology as its backdrop. I generally lean towards...



Ernest Cline’s Armada Review

While I didn’t like Ernest Cline’s first novel, Ready Player One, I do recognize that it has some very good ideas behind it, most notably the dystopian wasteland where everyone has access to a utopia. I find that setting br...


Aidan Moher’s Tide of Shadows and Other Stories Review

As an avid reader and person with strong opinions, I’m always open to reviewing self-published or indie novels. I never actually seek out self-published authors, preferring to stumble upon them in random online conversations,...