BOOK REVIEW: Forgotten History, by Christopher L. Bennett

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Department of Temporal Investigations (#2) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Time Travel Pages: 346 Publication Date: 2012 Verdict: 4/5   The Department of Temporal Investigations has weathered a new front in the Temporal Cold War, but now they must face theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Forgotten History, by Christopher L. Bennett”

BOOK REVIEW: Heretics of Dune, by Frank Herbert

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: Gollancz Series: Dune Chronicles (#5) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 508 Publication Date: 1984 Verdict: 2/5 Long after the death of the Tyrant Leto Atreides, the human race still follows his Golden Path. But now the ancient order of the Bene Gesserit face aContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Heretics of Dune, by Frank Herbert”

BOOK REVIEW: Traitor Rock, by Justin D Hill

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Series: Cadia (#3) Genre: Military SF Pages: 341 Publication Date: 2021 Verdict: 5/5   Cadia has fallen, but the Cadians themselves live on. Throwing themselves into war after war in search of an identity, the Cadians now face a seeminglyContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Traitor Rock, by Justin D Hill”

AUDIO REVIEW: Killing Time, by James Goss & Lou Morgan

Series: The War Master (#6) Genre: Time Travel Publisher: Big Finish Runtime: 5hrs 14m Release Date: 31/08/2021 Cast: Derek Jacobi, Alexandria Riley, Katy Manning, Sarah Sutton Verdict: 4/5   The Stagnant Protocol. A time-locked region of space in which no one is ever born, and no one ever dies. Until now. Because the Master hasContinue reading “AUDIO REVIEW: Killing Time, by James Goss & Lou Morgan”

BOOK REVIEW: Fallen Gods, by Michael A. Martin

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Titan (#7) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 345 Publication Date: 2012 Verdict: 5/5   Following his mind-meld with a terraforming device, Tuvok is plagued by the knowledge of planetary creation and destruction. But as Titan searches for answers, theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Fallen Gods, by Michael A. Martin”

BOOK REVIEW: The Infinite and the Divine, by Robert Rath

–click here for a full list of all my Warhammer 40,000 content– Publisher: Black Library Genre: Space Opera Pages: 440 Publication Date: 2020 Verdict: 3/5   Tazyn the Infinite is a collector of history, roaming the Galaxy in search of new acquisitions for his collection. But as the Necrontyr prepare to rise from their millenniaContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Infinite and the Divine, by Robert Rath”

SPSFC At Boundary’s Edge: The First Cuts

Welcome back to the SPSFC! As we read through our thirty allotted books in search of three to send through to the next round, we sadly must bid farewell to the majority. At this stage in the competition, we are making initial judgements based on the first 20% of each book. It is entirely possibleContinue reading “SPSFC At Boundary’s Edge: The First Cuts”

BOOK REVIEW: Paths of Disharmony, by Dayton Ward

–click here for a full index of all my Star Trek reviews– Era: Post-Nemesis Series: Typhon Pact (#4) Publisher: Pocket Books Genre: Space Opera Pages: 455 Publication Date: 2011 Verdict: 3/5   For generations, the Andorian people have faced a population crisis. In the wake of the Borg invasion, low birth rates could spell theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Paths of Disharmony, by Dayton Ward”

SPOILER ALERT! It’s Okay To Know Things

This week, Star Trek announced via their official channels that Annie Wershing would be appearing in upcoming episodes as the Borg Queen. This excites me for two reasons. One: any mention of the Borg and I get excited. They’re one of Star Trek’s greatest inventions. Two, Wershing will be the third actress to portray theContinue reading “SPOILER ALERT! It’s Okay To Know Things”

BOOK REVIEW: The Recollection, by Gareth L. Powell

Publisher: Solaris Genre: Space Opera/Time Travel Pages: 420 Publication Date: 2011 Verdict: 4/5   When Ed’s brother disappears into a mysterious portal, he and his brother’s wife Alice embark on a trip to find their missing relative. Four hundred years later, spacefarer Kat Abdulov embarks on her own race against time . . . AsContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Recollection, by Gareth L. Powell”