Tag Archives: Science Fiction

[Audio]Book Review: Cadaver & Queen by Alisa Kwitney (+ a Mini Discussion about Souls)

Lizzie has enough to deal with, being the first female medical student at Ingold, but then she comes across Victor, a bio-mechanical who seems more human than reanimated corpse, unlike all the others. Victor's memory is still fuzzy, but he's pretty sure he was murdered and that something sinister is going on. Victor doesn't want Lizzie putting herself in danger, but Lizzie is determined to figure...
 

Book Review: Deliverance (Hell Divers Book 3) by Nicholas Sansbury Smith

After the secrets they uncovered, Michael and his team of hell divers head out on their new air ship, Deliverance, on a mission, one that Michael is determined to succeed at. But Captain Jordan is still set on keeping the Hive in the air and doing whatever it takes to make that happen---including stealing Deliverance and killing all the hell divers on...
 

Book Review: This Monstrous Thing by Mackenzi Lee

When Alasdair's older brother, Oliver, dies, he resurrects him, only to realize Oliver isn't quite the same person he was in his first life. For two years he keeps Oliver hidden away, riddled with grief and guilt, but when his family gets caught for being mechanics who illegally help people with mechanical parts and Alasdair gets offered refuge and everything he's always wanted from an old family...
 

Book Review: Argonauts by Kevin Kneupper

When Jason's father dies, he's finally give the opportunity he's always wanted and is recruited to be an Argonaut for the Argo Corporation. Medea just wants to help people through genomancy, but she gets involuntarily dragged on a mission despite not being a warrior. When Jason's very first mission---retrieve some data called the "Golden Fleece" that was stolen by another Corporation---turns out...
 

Book Review: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Scientist Victor Frankenstein creates a being and gives him life, only to realize he's made a horrifying mistake in doing so. He abandons the monster he's created but can't seem to escape the effects of his actions. Meanwhile, the monster suffers in isolation and decides to find his maker and make a request of...
 

Book Review: Lonely Shore (Chaos Station Book 2) by Jenn Burke & Kelly Jensen

The attacks by the Agrius are getting more frequent and complicating life for the Chaos, but so are Zander's Zoning incidents. As the side effects from Zander's experimental training as a super soldier get worse, the crew of the Chaos decides they have to do something to try and help him, even if it means another member of the crew must risk happiness to do...
 

Book Review: Warm Bodies (Warm Bodies Book 1) by Isaac Marion

R is a zombie, living in an airport in the post-apocalyptic world with a whole bunch of other zombies, spending his days groaning and hunting and attempting to hold onto what little humanity he still can. But when he eats the brain of teenage boy Perry during a hunt and experiences some of Perry's memories, it drives him to save Julie, Perry's girlfriend, and bring her back to the airport with...
 

Book Review: Shatter Me (Shatter Me Book 1) by Tahereh Mafi

When Juliette touches people, it hurts and sometimes kills them, and she has no control over it. At 14, she was taken from her parents and eventually ended up being left to die in an asylum, watching through her one window as the world outside continued to collapse. But then a boy is put into her cell with her, she finds out things she never knew, and she's given a chance to live a better life......
 

Book Review: Apocalypse Alley (Blue Unicorn Book 2) by Don Allmon

When Comet, a soldier, gets home from an assignment out of the country, he discovers that his friend JT's home has been attacked, and JT is missing. He finds Buzz among the wreckage, takes him prisoner, and the two end up traveling across the country to find their mutual friend. Being hunted down by assassins on their way is no surprise, but developing feelings for one another...
 

Book Recs: 10 Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books with No Romance

In honor of Valentine's Day, I have decided to make a post for all the people out there who are NOT looking for love! Well, not in books, at least ;-) Romance in books is great. I like it. I really do! But, on occasion, I'm just not in the mood for it. And a book doesn't have to have romance to be amazing! I can't promise there's not a single mention of romance or feelings in all of these,...