BOOK REVIEW: Rites of Passage, by Mike Brooks

Publisher: Black Library Genre: Space Opera/Grimdark Pages: 266 Publication Date: 07/09/2019 Verdict: 5/5 Her husband dead (by her own command) Chettamandey Brobantis faces an uphill battle to emerge as the new leader of her Navigator House. And when planets start disappearing, things only get more complicated . . . Mike Brooks' debut Warhammer 40,000 novel … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Rites of Passage, by Mike Brooks

AUDIO REVIEW: The Lost Fairy, by Paul Shapera

-If you're here for music, dive right in. If you want to follow the story of New Albion, a review of the previous installment can be found here- Series: Fairypunk (#3) Genre: Fairypunk Runtime: 1hr 9mins Cast: Liel Bar-Z, Psyche Chimera, Vivian Moonic, Oliver Marsh, Lauren Osborn Verdict: 5/5 The final act of Paul Shapera's … Continue reading AUDIO REVIEW: The Lost Fairy, by Paul Shapera

BOOK REVIEW: Children of Ruin, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Publisher: Tor Series: Children of Time (#2) Genre: Hard SF/Space Opera Pages: 565 Publication Date: 16/05/2019 Verdict: 5/5   A group of scientists arrive on a remote world, intending to terraform it for human habitation. But the planet is not as empty as they first thought . . . Centuries later, Portia's descendants and their … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Children of Ruin, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

BOOK REVIEW: Atlas Alone, by Emma Newman

Publisher: Gollancz Series: Planetfall (#4) Genre: Post-Apocalyptic Pages: 306 Publication Date: 18/04/19 Verdict: 5/5 Earth is gone, destroyed in a nuclear apocalypse. But on the ship carrying the last survivors of humanity, not all grudges died with the past . . . Emma Newman's Planetfall quartet (though I strongly suspect there are more books to … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Atlas Alone, by Emma Newman

BOOK REVIEW: Walking To Aldebaran, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Publisher: Solaris Genre: Cosmic Horror Pages: 144 Published: 30/05/19 Verdict: 4/5   Gary Rendell is lost in an alien labyrinth. he's lost the exit, his friends, and quite possibly his mind... I'm not really a fan of horror. Don't get me wrong, a spooky story around a campfire is exactly my idea of a good … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Walking To Aldebaran, by Adrian Tchaikovsky