Building just enough back story to establish key characters in the lead-up to pivotal events, it’s relentlessly intense with one of the key strengths of “Verses Of The Void” being its deliberate pacing. It’s certainly not slow to start, and Clark is quick to build momentum, establishing the rationale for war from opposing perspectives.
Highly Entertaining and thought-provoking, The Price Of Rebellion proves a poignant lilt on the ways technology connects us to the world, but can also isolate us with Bland posing some intriguing questions about currently evolving technology.
A cerebral new time travelling thriller that’s considerably more contemplative than the vast majority of genre releases Future’s Dark Past proves a stylish head trip. A read that teases the brain and touches the heart as its twists and turns keep multiplying whilst never losing sight of the need for narrative sustainability.
A dark, high-octane Military SF thriller which also connects emotionally New World Order intertwines powerful ideas, highly visual settings and a brilliantly conceived plot.
Seamlessly integrating futuristic hi-tech Latoria is quick to build a kinetic atmosphere which explores future militarism along with its underpinning values system which in turn adds an important degree of moral and intellectual depth.
Something of a rarity in an age of voluminous genre releases it’s ambitious, impressive and visually powerful with the kind of attention to detail that makes Francis’ far-flung worlds and incredible future technology seem tantalizingly real.
A novel that packs a solid entertainment punch The Path of a Titan: The Proving ought to have readers standing up and cheering as Bennet takes us through the doors of a military academy like no other!