Review of science fiction novel, The Soldiers’ Perspective, in which we see a senseless war described from all sides.
Review of Merging the Drift, a genre bending novel that explores the special afterlife reserved for young people.
Review of Speaker, a novel about a young boy who can speak to animals and must help the world at large in every way possible.
Review of Follow Me, a thriller for social media junkies. Kathleen Barber shows how dangerous oversharing can be.
Review of Source of Deceit, a thriller full of espionage, secrets, international intrigue, and lots and lots of conflict.
Review of Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro, half coming of age, half very subtle science fiction, all mysterious.
Review of The Revenant by Michael Punke. I diidn’t care too much for the movie and I can see it really lived up to the source material.
Review of Apparent Horizon, a novel that is part sci fi and all an attempt to reclaim a lost sense of masculinity.