Tagged: Science Fiction

Ansible 15715 by Stant Litore

Book Review | Ansible 15715 by Stant Litore

Had this little gem float through my twitter feed yesterday because it’s available for free on Amazon (at the time of writing this). Judging the book entirely by it’s cover I went and checked it out. It’s the first in a series of shorts, collectively known as The Ansible Stories by Stant Litore. It’s a quick 19 pages and sounded interesting, so I took a break from what I was reading to read this. The Blurb: “Please hear me. We are...

Book Review | The God Complex by Michael Suskind

Book Review | The God Complex by Michael Suskind

Over the weekend I bought and read “The God Complex: My Adventures in a 300 Year Last Man Standing Competition” by Michael Suskind, based on Amazon’s suggestion. Turns out the machines are getting closer to taking over because they were spot on with this suggestion. So what’s it all about. That’s a tricky one. We’ll start with author’s blurb and then I’ll give you my opinions. The Blurb In 2021, a worldwide Competition of seven billion people — every man,...

Book Review | Syncing Forward by W. Lawrence

The first thing I want to say about Syncing Forward by W. Lawrence is: Wow. If you haven’t read this yet, go and buy a copy today and read it immediately. When you’re done, you can come back and tell me I was right :). This was another I found lurking in my “re-read” collection on my Kindle, having read it when it first came out a couple of years ago. I’d seriously forgotten how fantastic this novel is. Let’s check...

Book Review | The Running Man by Stephen King

The Running Man, originally published way back in 1982 under Stephen King’s pseudonym Richard Bachman, holds a place in my “Re-read” collection of my kindle. Whenever I’m at a loose end, undecided about what to read next I’ll look through my collection for books I’ve read before and have marked as I want to re-read. This book has called to me a few times now while looking through the list. I can honestly say I haven’t read that many books...

Mimic Madness a Finsbury Park mini by Morgan Hobbes

Mimic Madness: A Finsbury Park Mini

This is a follow on from my previously published short Finsbury Park, so if you haven’t read that you probably should so you know who the characters are. Finsbury Park was in his living room watching a foreign movie when a loud crash came from his kitchen. He jumped up and ran to investigate and found, to his great disappointment, Mister Universe standing there eating a biscuit. “No, no, no. Whatever you want. No,” Finsbury said. “At least hear me...