Artemis: Review


If you don’t know Andy Weir by name after “The Martian“, both the book and the movie, then he will definitely be on your radar by the time the buzz about Artemis dies down. Artemis was released November 14th and has brought nothing but good to the reading community. Continue reading “Artemis: Review”


Flashfall by Jenny Moyer


Flashfall by Jenny Moyer is her author debut and leaves nothing to be desired. (Except for the sequel and trust me when I say you’ll be hard after the sequel before you reach the middle.) Continue reading “Flashfall by Jenny Moyer”

Scythe by Neal Shusterman


From the very first page to the very last word, Scythe by Neal Shusterman, has not a disappointing bone within its pages. Scythe is another contender for my top 5 of the year and should be one you shouldn’t pass up! Continue reading “Scythe by Neal Shusterman”

Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

Stalking Jack the Ripper By Kerri Maniscalco 

There is nothing more alluring to a reader than the promise of opening a new book and instantly being transported into the story without a second thought to your comfy chair, cup of coffee, or a single care for the outside world, but that is exactly what “Stalking Jack the Ripper” does with immeasurable ease.  Continue reading “Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco”



Aurora” by Kim Stanley Robinson is one of those Si-Fi epics you go into knowing you are going to enjoy, but come out the other side completely blown away by all the interweaving themes that will keep you thinking about the story weeks after closing the back cover.   Continue reading “Aurora”

The Call by Peadar O Guilin


Ideas bounce off of one another, feed on each other and today you can’t read one title without having a few others come to mind. There’s no such thing as an original anymore, not really, but “The Call” has a flare all its own.  Continue reading “The Call by Peadar O Guilin”