A notably original and assuredly paced novel, O’Joseph certainly knows how to build a visually intricate and gripping tale. From conception to execution his plot is wholly engaging as he confidently navigates multiple threads, proving it’s not impossible to give readers both a puzzle-box narrative and an exploration of what it means to be human in an alien world.
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!
Mind-bogglingly imaginative and wholly addictive Tomorrow’s End: The path of a savior proves a superb debut from G R Morris and one which will leave fans of the Hard Science Fiction genre salivating for more!
Few science fiction authors are capable of marrying ideas and entertainment—one is often sacrificed for the other—but Watters peppers one gripping “dream sequence” after another with cutting details that more often than not are ferociously intense and furiously kinetic.
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.
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.
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
With nature reclaiming cities and mountainous tides drowning islands, a group of individuals — known collectively as the We — find themselves ravaged by hunger and struggling to survive. When another community — the They — promise them luxurious meals, the We are unable to decline.
Hitting you square between the eyes and lingering in your thoughts once finished Logsdon’s writing is tense and earnest as he weaves a graphic tale of emotional complexity in a painfully plausible near dystopian future.
Phoenix loves his job. A company has hired him to exterminate vile creatures in an old underground complex. The rules? There are none. If fact, the bloodier the better!