A mischievously clever and slickly humorous sci-fi comedy novel The Alas League saga continues with The Lost Ark with Falardeau delivering fun and reflection in equal measure as he gently tweaks the fanaticism of science fiction while at the same time validating it.
It’s one of those rare reads that is not only original – something that is increasingly hard to find in the written word – but has tonal shifts you won’t expect with Falardeau refusing to succumb to a tiresome commercial formula for a science fiction series.
For the most part, many of the newest releases in military science fiction merely flit over their cornucopia of SF concepts. But seeking to use rather than explore them, Lancaster gives us something highly original with Deep Range providing his readers with a genre familiar read without the clichés!
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.
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A gratifyingly graphic page-turner with depth, intrigue and edgy noir backdrops, Cory Wilson leads his readers on an unforgettable journey into the heart of darkness with Missing on Orbital 4 and it certainly isn’t slow off the mark!
The Alterran planet is near its end. Its underground inhabitants are near a breaking point. Should they overrun Earth? Should they resort to a digital existence? The battle for Earth is looming!
As galaxies merge, territorial conflicts have been reignited. And, its consuming civilizations. Now, all independent, intelligent life is vulnerable. Jón and Ásta must overcome vastly superior odds, to protect the world they love.
Compelling and awash with a host of unforgettable characters, Abandonment Party breaks the genre mould as Brad Smith notably blends the requisite elements of action and adventure with the farsightedness of science fiction.