God of Gnomes by Demi Harper

God of Gnomes is a LitRPG book that focuses on an entity named Corey who comes back into life inside a God Core. This is a crystal that gives her special powers to advance the lives of the sentients, in this case gnomes, she is assigned to. It takes awhile, but with her sidekick sprite... Continue Reading →

Under Ordshaw by Phil Williams

Pax is screwed. She made a killing at the poker game, but an awkward encounter at her local dive bar leaves her looking for her stash. Rent is due and her money is gone. In the midst of her investigation she meets a representative from a mysterious government agency. He may have a badge or... Continue Reading →

Dusk Mountain Blues by Deston J. Munden

The Caldwell family is an absolute trip! A family who is escaping a harsh regime on a backwoods planet. This is an awesome mashup of science fiction, mutant fun, superstitional lore, and tight family roots. Three generations of family (and many branches sticking out from all over the place) take part in an awesome power... Continue Reading →

Goldilocks by Laura Lam

The all female crew of the Atalanta is determined to take control of the mission to find a habitable planet. Years of climate disasters and person-made greed has created an Earth that requires people to wear filtering masks 24/7. Population control and a misogynistic government has turned the sciences into a hostile and toxic environment... Continue Reading →

The Warehouse by Rob Hart (Mini-Mini Review)

The Warehouse is set about 20-30 years in the future and focuses on an Amazon-like company named Cloud that has 'revolutionized' the industry through, among other things, employee ratings and drone deliveries. The company has dozens of self-inclosed campuses across the country. They include giant warehouses to hold goods, employee housing, and an entertainment center... Continue Reading →

The Book of Koli by M.R. Carey

One of my favorite books last year, one that that I happily put on my "Best of" list is A Boy and his Dog at the End of the World by Charlie Fletcher. It's an immersive near-future dystopian coming-of-age novel. I loved it. And I find so many similarities between that book and Carey's The... Continue Reading →

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