BOOK REVIEW: The Exiled Fleet, by J. S. Dewes

Hold up, this is a sequel! Find my review of the previous book by clicking on this link. The universe isn’t as big as it used to be. Literally. And that’s a problem for Adequin Rake and her crew, who are stranded far from civilisation, with limited resources, a no hope of rescue, and relationshipsContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Exiled Fleet, by J. S. Dewes”

BOOK REVIEW: The Last Watch, by J. S. Dewes

The Divide. It stands at the edge of the universe, marking the line between existence, and the infinite void beyond. Stationed here at the edge of reality are a handful of soldiers, who would rather be anywhere else . . . Reputation. It’s a funny old thing. Publishing is a fickle system in which theContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Last Watch, by J. S. Dewes”

BOOK REVIEW: Resistance, by J. M. Dillard

Click here for more Star Trek content Returning to diplomatic duty after the rise and fall of Praetor Shinzon, the Enterprise and its crew are ready to put the past behind them. But Captain Picard may not be able to do so, for the voice of the Borg is calling to him once more .Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Resistance, by J. M. Dillard”

BOOK REVIEW: Avenging Son, by Guy Haley

Click here for all of my Warhammer 40,000 content Book One of the Dawn of Fire series Published by Black Library in 2020 A Grimdark Space Opera 512 pages, plus a glossary ⭐⭐⭐ The return of Roboute Guilliman brings the light of hope to a beleaguered Imperium. Now the returned Primarch reveals his vision ofContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Avenging Son, by Guy Haley”

BOOK REVIEW: The Shattered Skies, by John Birmingham

Hold up, this is a Sequel! You can find my review of the previous book by clicking this link. Book Two in The Cruel Stars Trilogy Published in the UK by Head of Zeus On sale from January 11th 2022 504 pages Space Opera The Sturm have returned to Volume space, bringing their mission ofContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Shattered Skies, by John Birmingham”

BOOK REVIEW: Scornful Stars, by Richard Baker

Hold up, this is a sequel! You can find my review of the previous book by clicking this link. Series: Breaker of Empires (#3) Publisher: Tor Genre: Military SF Pages: 459 Publication Date: 2019 Verdict: 3/5   Sikander Singh North’s naval career is on the rise, and now he has a ship of his ownContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Scornful Stars, by Richard Baker”

BOOK REVIEW: The Praxis, by Walter Jon Williams

Series: Dread Empire’s Fall (#1) Publisher: Earthlight Genre: Space Opera Pages: 417 Publication Date: 2002 Verdict: 3/5   The last of the Shaa is dying, leaving an ancient empire without a leader. Amid the uncertainty, the species and factions brought together under the Shaa’s tyrannical reign look to their own devices, and draw their plansContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Praxis, by Walter Jon Williams”

BOOK REVIEW: The Lady of Caladan, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson

-Click here for a full index of my Dune Saga reviews- Publisher: WordFire Press Series: The Caladan trilogy (#2) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 531 Publication Date: 21/09/2021 Verdict: 4/5   Returning to Wallach IX in disgrace, Jessica finds herself at the centre of a philosophical rift that could tear apart the Bene Gesserit. On Caladan,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: The Lady of Caladan, by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson”

BOOK REVIEW: Cytonic, by Brandon Sanderson

Hold up, this is a sequel! You can find my review of Starsight by clicking here. Series: Skyward (3) Publisher: Gollancz Genre: Space Opera Pages: 409 Publication Date: 27/11/2021 Verdict: 3/5   Fleeing the Superiority, Spensa has arrived in the Nowhere, a realm beyond the physical universe. Stranded and alone, Spensa must find a way home.Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Cytonic, by Brandon Sanderson”

BOOK REVIEW: Leviathan Falls, by James S. A. Corey

Series: The Expanse (#9) Publisher: Orbit Genre: Space Opera Pages: 514 Publication Date: 02/12/2021 Verdict: 5/5   The Laconian Empire is in disarray after the loss of their leader. But Duarte is far from dead, and the disparate factions of humanity may yet face even greater dangers. For humanity has caught the attention of somethingContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW: Leviathan Falls, by James S. A. Corey”