Category Archives: science fiction

The Raging Ones by Krista and Becca Ritchie

The raging Ones is kind of an odd duck: in many ways, it is completely original and in other ways, it hits every cliche tree branch in a freefall of logic issues and plot holes. Even though we aren’t given … Continue reading

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Odysseus Awakening by Evan Currie

Admittedly, I am a jaded reader since I pour through some 250 books a year. But Author Evan Currie always manages to find a sweet spot with this Odyssey series that I just love. It’s not high art, it’s not … Continue reading

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Ignite The Stars by Maura Milan

After reading half the book and finding I wasn’t liking it at all, I came to Goodreads to investigate what other reviewers felt about Ignite The Stars. One theme I kept seeing is “Throne of Glass In Space” and I … Continue reading

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Red Rising Sons of Ares by Pierce Brown, Rik Hoskin, Eli Powell (Illustrator)

Instead of a paragraph review, I found it easier to just put points: – You’ll want to have read the books to appreciate this. Although it takes place before the events in the book, it’s not going to be as … Continue reading

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Voltron Legendary Defender Vol. 2: The Pilgrimage by Tim Hedrick, Mitch Iverson, Jung Gwan, Rubine

This story nicely hits a sweet spot of its target audience – grade school kids looking for a bit of mindless adventure and some humor. While definitely not on the same level as e.g., Avatar, it’s a fun little romp … Continue reading

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Honor Among Thieves by Rachel Caine & Ann Aguirre

With an Ann Aguirre book, you know you are going to get a very strong, stubborn, damaged, ‘comes out fighting from the wrong side of town’ protagonist and this is no exception. Partnering her with a syrupy sweet Disney Princess … Continue reading

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War Mother by Fred Van Lengte, Stephen Segovia, Tomas Giorello

I enjoyed War Mother. Superb clean illustration work combined with an interesting story to keep me involved to the end. Those not invested in the 4001 Ad universe need not worry – you won’t have to have read any of … Continue reading

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