BOOK REVIEW: Pariah, by Jamie Sawyer

Publisher: Orbit Series: The Eternity War (#1) Genre: Military SF Pages: 439 Publication Date: 28/09/2017 Verdict: 5/5   The Krell war is over, but that doesn't mean the Alliance is at peace. A terrorist group calling themselves the Black Spiral are spreading anarchy through human space. Their leadership and end goals remain a mystery, but … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Pariah, by Jamie Sawyer

BOOK REVIEW: Doomsday Morning, by C. L. Moore

Publisher: Gollancz Series: Standalone Genre: Dystopian SF Pages: 248 Publication Date: 10/01/2019 (originally 1957) Verdict: 3/5 In the wake of a nuclear war, the United States have been reborn under Comus. Once a communications service, now a tyrannical police state, Comus is held together by a single man: Its creator, Andrew Raleigh. Life under Comus … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Doomsday Morning, by C. L. Moore

BOOK REVIEW: Fury, by Henry Kuttner

Publisher: Gollancz Series: Standalone Genre: Dystopian SF Pages: 212 Publication Date: 10/01/2019 (originally 1950) Verdict: 4/5 Earth is gone, and the remnants of the human race have retreated to Venus. Confined to domed cities beneath the Venusian oceans and ruled over by genetically enhanced Immortals, humanity is trapped in a state of decline. Stagnation. Sam … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Fury, by Henry Kuttner

BOOK REVIEW: Star Destroyers

Publisher: Baen Editors: Tony Daniel & Christopher Ruocchio Genre: Military SF/Space Opera Pages: 328 Publication Date: 2018 Verdict: 3.5/5 'Big Ships. Blowing Things Up' The thing with Baen is that you always know what you're getting. They've really cornered the market in action-filled Space Opera and Military SF, almost always wrapped up in a mind-boggling … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Star Destroyers

BOOK REVIEW: Thin Air, by Richard Morgan

Publisher: Gollancz Series: Standalone Genre: SF Noir/Political Thriller Pages: 528 Publication Date: 25/10/2018 Verdict: 3/5   In the not-too-distant future, Earth has colonised Mars. But not all is well between these two neighbours. Hakan Veil is a genetically engineered human weapon, stuck on Mars and short on funds. Coerced into helping an Earth audit of … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Thin Air, by Richard Morgan