The kind of Time Travel Science thriller that’s in dangerously short supply these days.
A bracing Science Fiction Adventure Aian D. Grey introduces us to a near future where the chaotic effects of climate change have taken their toll on the planet with dire ecological consequences.
Hive worlds, pirates and conflict without end.
Billed as a Romantic Space Opera of Galactic Proportions Beyond Conviction proves just that with a story that combines all the required ingredients of the subgenre.
Fulcrum: The Globur Incursion Book 1 is an unrelenting no excuses Space Fleet Science Fiction Thriller and a superb start to Rebbitt’s expansive series.
Teaching Machines How To Cry makes for a strong debut novel for Paula Hidalgo-Sanchis with a clever commentary lilt on the ways technology connects us to the world, but can also isolate us from the warmth of human contact.
A gratifyingly graphic page-turner with depth, intrigue and nail-biting shocks, Williams leads his readers on an unforgettable journey into the heart of evil with Bon Voyage.
Kilgore proves that first-contact novels need not be cold or mechanistic with mindblowing technology to create an impact and most importantly they work best when they seem well within the realm of possibility.
Punchy, fast-paced and well-written, with an air of authenticity, Watters clearly knows his stuff, embedding technically plausible detail whilst creating an authentic world in which to place his characters.
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.
With the second book in his ‘Chronicles of Remedy’ series, MJ McCoy takes us deep into a newly formed fantasy world where the Grove, a settlement formed after Armageddon-style destruction by dark energy, grows rapidly into a functioning society.