SPSFC FINALIST REVIEW: Steel Guardian, by Cameron Coral

The time is finally upon us. The SPSFC has reached the finals, and we have a finalist review here for you today. This one is of Cameron Coral’s Steel Guardian. This book has an SPSFC rating of 7.00 out of 10. Today’s review comes to you courtesy of my fellow judge Ryan. Lone Wolf andContinue reading “SPSFC FINALIST REVIEW: Steel Guardian, by Cameron Coral”

There And Back Again: Looking Back at the Star Trek Voyager Relaunch

Voyager holds a unique place in the Star Trek canon. It is the only show that started with a goal – to bring the ship home to the Alpha Quadrant. (In theory, Deep Space Nine also had a set goal of bringing Bajor into the Federation, but this was largely forgotten as the show wentContinue reading “There And Back Again: Looking Back at the Star Trek Voyager Relaunch”

SPSFC FINALIST REVIEW: Monster in the Dark, by K. T. Belt

The time is finally upon us. The SPSFC has reached the finals, and we have a finalist review here for you today. This one is of K T Belt’s Monster in the Dark. This book has an SPSFC rating of 4.75 out of 10. Today’s review comes to you courtesy of my fellow judge Ryan.Continue reading “SPSFC FINALIST REVIEW: Monster in the Dark, by K. T. Belt”

SPSFC At Boundary’s Edge: Finalist Gut Reactions 5-7

These are my personal initial impressions of the SPSFC Finalists. These reactions are not necessarily indicative of the team’s overall rating, and are subject to change as I take a deeper look at each book. Full reviews and final team ratings will be posted once every judge has had the opportunity to read and discussContinue reading “SPSFC At Boundary’s Edge: Finalist Gut Reactions 5-7”

BOOK REVIEW: Enemy of My Enemy, by Christie Golden

Spirit Walk (#2) Part of the Litverse Focuses on the Voyager crew Published by Pocket Books in 2004 A Space Opera 292 pages Captain Chakotay has been abducted by the mad scientist Crell Moset. In his place, in command of Voyager, sits a Changeling with an agenda of their own. Only a few suspect theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Enemy of My Enemy, by Christie Golden”

BOOK REVIEW: Old Wounds, by Christie Golden

Spirit Walk (#1) Part of the Litverse Focuses on the Voyager crew Published by Pocket Books in 2004 A Space Opera 273 pages Under the command of newly-minted Captain Chakotay, Voyager returns to action. Their first mission is to relocate a group of colonists. But will Chakotay allow his Maquis past to influence his leadership,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Old Wounds, by Christie Golden”

BOOK REVIEW: Blood Rite, by Rachel Harrison

A Standalone Novella Focuses on the Blood Angels Published by Black Library in 2019 A Grimdark war story 152 pages The Blood Angels. Masterful warriors, and heroes of the Imperium. But these legendary soldiers are beset by an enemy they cannot overcome. A darkness within their own blood, passed down through generations, and rearing itsContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Blood Rite, by Rachel Harrison”

BOOK REVIEW: Eyes of the Void, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

The Final Architecture (#2) Published by Tor Books First published in 2022 A grand Space Opera 576 pages The Architects have returned, but only Idris knows the terrifying truth. That something is controlling them. His quest for answers leads him deep into alien space. But even Idris cannot escape humanity. Nor the war that isContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Eyes of the Void, by Adrian Tchaikovsky”

AUDIO REVIEW: Terminal Overkill, by Justin D Hill

Narrated by Emma Noakes A Standalone Novel Focuses on Necromunda Published by Black Library in 2019 A Grimdark Coming-of-Age 9hrs 5mins When her mother is murdered during a brutal gang war, young Brielle finds herself lost in the Underhive. But if there’s one thing her mother taught her, it’s how to survive. And if there’sContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Terminal Overkill, by Justin D Hill”

BOOK REVIEW: The Triumph of Saint Katherine, by Danie Ware

A Standalone Novel Focuses on the Sisters of Battle Published by Black Library in 2022 A Grimdark war story 181 pages In a galaxy aflame with war, faith is more powerful than any weapon. The blessed Saint Katherine knew this, but now she is fallen. Yet through the power of faith, Katherine may be reborn.Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Triumph of Saint Katherine, by Danie Ware”