Call to Arms – Book Review

Call to Arms is the second part of the Black Fleet Trilogy by Joshua Dalzelle, a revered science fiction author with a penchant for...

Colonel – Book Review

Good fiction books will always be appealing to avid readers and will be able to entertain them. One of these books is Colonel: The...

Welcome to Night Vale – Book Review

Joseph Fink and Jeffrey Cranor are perhaps best known by their podcast, Welcome to Night Vale. The two have always had an interest in...

Fahrenheit 451 – Book Review

Fahrenheit 451 is widely regarded as one of the best dystopian science fiction novels of all time, and it can still be found in...

The Cinder Spires: The Aeronaut’s Windlass – Book Review

Jim Butcher has done it before. The author specializes in mysteries as evidenced by the breakthroughs he made with the Dresden Files as well...

2287 A.D. – After Destruction – Book Review

In 2287 A.D. – After Destruction, written by husband and wife author G. Van Dyke and R. Brown, the authors masterfully weaves a story...

The Atlantis Gene – Book Review

The Atlantis Gene by A. G. Riddle is a rollicking good scientific mystery thriller about nothing less than the origins of humanity itself. The...

Red Tide – Book Review

Red Tide is a collection of four stories, two of which are written by Larry Niven and one each by his young proteges, Brad...

Time’s Divide – Book Review

Rysa Walker's science fiction trilogy The Chronos Files comes to its well-earned conclusion in Time's Divide. With the Culling about to begin, our teenage heroine...

Lumière – Book Review

The steampunk genre is not an easy one, yet with Lumière, Jacqueline Garlick makes it look amazingly easy even throwing in a dash of...

Powerful Africa Perspectives on Modern Culture

In 2008, not long after I began a stint as a journalist in Uganda, a Kam­pala-based newspaper reporter named Lydia Namubiru regaled me with...

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