Heroes in Crisis by Tom King

This was one of those books that made me question my own reading ability... was I just not getting it or where there too many loose threads strung out there? I loved the concept of directly addressing the mental health of superheroes... but the book just didn't follow through with the message. Shifting timelines and... Continue Reading →

A Beginning at the End by Mike Chen

I read and enjoyed Chen's debut novel Here and Now and Then. It's a fast-paced and emotional read that took a very science-light take on time travel. In A Beginning at the End he writes about a post-apocalyptic world decimated by a terrible influenza epidemic that has killed almost 3/4 of the world's people. Now... Continue Reading →

The God Game by Danny Tobey

"Trust the lord!" A crypto-thriller, a rogue AI, a morality test? What is The God Game? A simple text-based chatbot/game is found by one of a group of high school friends in Austin, Tx. The crew call themselves the Vindicators, a group of outcasts who hang out in the computer room at lunch. They do... Continue Reading →

Blood Tally by Brian McClellan

Alek Fitz is back... it's a couple months after the events of Uncanny Collateral and Ada has another job for her favorite reaper. A thrall has run away from his vampire master. (A thrall is a human who signs a contract of servitude in exchange for eventually turning into a vampire and with it immortality.)... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑