Tag: Sci-Fi

Review: Artemis by Andy Weir

Posted November 30, 2017 in Review / 15 Comments
Review: Artemis by Andy Weir

I smacked the side of my head a few times when I never got around to reading The Martian by Andy Weir a few years back. The fact that so many of my friends liked the sci-fi story that included a bit of humor (at least that’s the way I […]

Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

Posted August 22, 2016 in Review / 9 Comments
Review: Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

By now you’ve most likely heard about the book Illuminae.  It’s innovative, fast-paced, and extremely mind-numbingly contemplative.  I’m sure many of my brain cells suffered in the reading of this book.  And I didn’t have many to spare. Illuminae rightfully won many awards in it’s first year of publication and it […]

Review: Dissonance by Erica O’Rourke

Posted August 4, 2014 in Review / 6 Comments
Review: Dissonance by Erica O’Rourke

Dissonance (Dissonance #1) By Erica O’Rourke Published July 22nd, 2014 Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers 496 pages Young Adult | Urban Fantasy | Science Fiction | Romance Source: Received from Simon & Schuster in exchange for an unbiased review (Thank You!)         About the book: […]

Review: Elusion by Claudia Gabel and Cheryl Klam

Posted April 4, 2014 in Review / 7 Comments
Review: Elusion by Claudia Gabel and Cheryl Klam

Elusion (Elusion #1) By Claudia Gabel & Cheryl Klam Published March 18th, 2014 Katherine Tegen Books 400 pages Young Adult | Fantasy | Science Fiction Source: received from Katherine Tegen/HarperCollins in exchange for an unbiased review (Thank You)         About the book:   Soon, Elusion® will change […]

Review: Pawn by Aimee Carter

Posted January 2, 2014 in Review / 4 Comments
Review: Pawn by Aimee Carter

Ms. Carter is back and she’s back with a HUGE win with Pawn. I really enjoyed her Goddess Test series but this series is so unrelated, so different, it’s almost as if another author wrote this book. But it’s Ms. Carter’s talented writing style that I immediately recognize in the action sequence that starts from page one and never stops until the very end.