It’s rare that a novel leaves you glued to your seat, wanting to read it again, but Like Shadows in the Night is certainly one of them as Armon Mikal delivers a unique and cleverly conceptualised Dystopian Science Fiction Thriller.
Ignition 2084 is an angry beast with a crazy collide-o-scope plot that bristles with intelligence. A kinetic combination of visual style, amazingly detailed characterizations and original combat tech in ‘Hanzo Gear’ and the Reikiken “Aura Sword” that practically jumps off the page!
An artfully contrived science fiction novel with a terrific sense of time and place Paul III of Montreal reveals a more serious side to Falardeau’s work.
A contemporary thriller that resonates with a haunting sombreness, Stanley’s Project Automatica: Initiation Protocol combines the conventions of several different kinds of thrillers into one gripping story.
Dystopian fiction, more often than not, leans towards the bleak whilst relying heavily on genre tropes but Utopia? is something a little different. A novel with ideas that whilst unnerving is refreshingly original.
Strikingly original and cheekily ambitious Tony Rudd’s Aspergers Assemble:The OVIBOS Apocalypse delivers a science fiction geeks smorgasbord of a novel! Grounded with real world relevance and exciting at the same time with Rudd invalidating character tropes to take us on an adventure that proves wholly entertaining.
Jason was a lucky fellow. He married a former doctor, albeit a notorious one with a wicked past. But when a pain develops in his groin, and his wife recommends visiting the nearby local hospital, everything changes.
A woman and her son prepare to start a new life… A homeless failed stockbroker walks the streets of New York City, just waiting for another
chance…A C.I.A. operative lies comatose in a hospital bed…Their lives, and many more, are destined to cross when the world is struck by an incredible
“The world might not have ended, but most of us that are left wish it had. My name is Rowan Keys. I had a family once. But now, it’s just me. My dad said we were the lucky ones. That wasn’t true. I’m just part of the 1% left waiting to die.”