Tag: Science Fiction Book Reviews

The Last Astronaut by David Wellington

Haunted by her last failed mission as NASA’s leading astronaut, Sally Jansen believed her time in space to be over, but as Earth discovers a large object that has entered its solar system on a direct course for the planet, they’ve no choice but… Continue Reading “The Last Astronaut by David Wellington”

Aetherchrist by Kirk Jones

Something odd’s happening in a small town in Vermont, broadcast transmissions seeming to forecast its residents’ deaths like graphic serials. Rey, a cutlery salesman that only wishes to do his job, is at the centre of it all, images of murder and his own… Continue Reading “Aetherchrist by Kirk Jones”

The Fallen Kind Vol I: Ghosts Of Nunchi by M. Almelk

The planet has suffered since humanity arrived, and war has run rampant. After an event of near mass extinction, the survivors struggle to do their best in the grim conditions that have befallen them. It’s not over yet, however, as a certain individual plans for a world-wide cleansing. He’ll stop at nothing to protect the “Promised Land” from the conflict that so closely follows humankind. What he doesn’t foresee, are the actions of a select few, and how they threaten everything he’s working toward.