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The Blueprint by Wesley Cross

REVIEW: The Blueprint by Wesley Cross

The Blueprint by Wesley Cross is a cyberpunk political thriller and corporate conspiracy. The former is virtually unknown in the genre while the latter is usually, “guys bust in to steal stuff” not “a...

Arvekt by Craig Lea Gordon

REVIEW: Arvekt by Craig Lea Gordon

Arvekt by Craig Lea Gordon is a kinetic action-filled cyberpunk thriller that I absolutely love. If anyone knows anything about me, they’ll know that I am a huge fan of the cyberpunk genre. It...

REVIEW: Kill Zone by Damir Salkovic

Chop up (or dice) your VHS copy of The Running Man, and put it in a blender with a cup and a half of Soylent Green. Top it off with a dash of either...

REVIEW: August Kitko and the Mechas from Space by Alex White

August Kitko and the Mechas from Space by Alex White is a kaleidoscope of a space opera story mixed with music notes and cinematic worldbuilding that takes the reader on a wild robot-fueled ride....

REVIEW: Emperor of Thorns by Mark Lawrence

The Broken Empire trilogy comes to a Shakespearean end in Emperor of Thorns, which finds Mark Lawrence soaring to new literary heights as Jorg Ancrath deepens his understanding of this post-apocalyptic world and seeks...

REVIEW: Against All Odds by Jeffrey Haskell

Against All Odds by Jeffrey Haskell is a military science fiction novel that starts with a bang: a sneak attack by enemy forces results in a young officer using some daring tactics that proceeds...

REVIEW: The Immortality Thief by Taran Hunt

The Immortality Thief is a beast of a book that managed to grip me in a matter of a few pages. In just so few words, Taran Hunt was able to lock me in...

REVIEW: The Dark Forest by Cixin Liu

Humanity has waged war on insects for thousands of years. Despite our superior intellect and technology, insects still survive and even thrive. At the end of The Three-Body Problem, the aliens from Trisolaris send...

REVIEW: The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu

The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu is the first entry in The Remembrance of Earth’s Past series and has become an international sensation since its original publication in Chinese in 2006 and subsequent English...

REVIEW: In a Hotel Room in Chillicothe by Joshua Shuh

In a Hotel Room in Chillicothe, the self-published debut novel from Joshua Shuh, takes the reader on a chilling thrill ride of psychological manipulation and horror. As the book opens, seven strangers find themselves...

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