Category Archives: Science Fiction

Book Review: ‘Prism’ by Roland Allnach

Author Roland Allnach, in his new collection of stories, titled, “Prism,” has taken the risk of alienating readers with too varied a selection of genres. Everything is in the stew here: futuristic tales, love stories, horror, on and on, filling the pot with all manner of ingredients. How easily this might have backfired. After all, …

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Book Review: The Landing: Book III of The Kepler Trilogy by John & Jennifer Morton

One of the great things John and Jennifer Morton have done with this new novel, “The Landing,” is to have made it a standalone work. It is the third in a series falling under the rubric, The Kepler Trilogy. Thankfully you can read this tantalizing new tale without any knowledge of the two prior pieces. …

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Book Review: Schism: The Battle for Darracia by Michael Phillip Cash

Second Place: Science Fiction “Schism” by Michael Phillip Cash is an action-packed, fantasy story that left me wanting more. Prince V’sair is a young royal who is basically a Halfling – half Darracia and half Planta. He feels inferior because he has not yet had the chance to try his hand at the Fireblade. He …

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Book Review: About Time by Michael Murphy

First Place: Science Fiction In the new time travel novel, “About Time,” author Michael Murphy manages to create a biting critique of modern American society’s subjugation by corporate entities without laying down a boring treatise. The humor flowing through the pages of this tale lighten things to the highest level of enjoyment. Whimsy seems an …

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Xianne: A Comedy of Cultures Volume One

Article first posted for Say What? Savannah Mae “Xianne” is the first novel in this series. It is written in the voice of Jim Street, a young virgin in search of freedom from the Earthly life. Jim is familiar with the solar system and eagerly wants off into space. The setting is in the future, …

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Precipice: Act One of the A Show for the Gods

As “Precipice: Act One of the A Show for the Gods” opens, the reader is introduced to Danika Del Ray, the main character in the book. Danika was called from her teaching to come to the assistance of the staff in the hospital as they were short-handed. Once she found who had summoned her, she …

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Firestar, Krisalys Chronicles of Feyree: Scroll 3

Claudia Newcorn has done it again with her final installment of the “Krisalys Chronicles of Feyree” series. In “Firestar, Krisalys Chronicles of Feyree: Scroll 3,” Newcorn stays true to form, and writes yet another book that is both interesting and well thought out. Each and every character is believable to the trilogy’s storyline, and it …

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Quests of Shadowind: Sky Shifter

I’ve just finished reading my copy of “Quests of Shadowind: Sky Shifter” and I found it to be a very enjoyable read. The story was fun, it captured, and held, my interest from page one and best of all? It was a nice, fast-paced read. The book’s author, L.A. Miller, has been writing for more …

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The Job

I finished reading my copy of “The Job” by author Cramer Louis Jackson and honestly once I was done I could do nothing but sit there in stunned and horrified silence. I don’t like having to be the bearer of bad news; I dislike having to write less than glowing reviews but even more importantly …

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The Job

I finished reading my copy of “The Job” by author Cramer Louis Jackson and honestly once I was done I could do nothing but sit there in stunned and horrified silence. I don’t like having to be the bearer of bad news; I dislike having to write less than glowing reviews but even more importantly …

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