So, I'm going to do something different here and review an audio drama that was recommended to me. Steal the Stars is written by Mac Rogers, and the novelization is written by Nat Cassidy(who also plays a supporting role in the audio drama). And I just have to say that it is phenomenal. I'll admit, I haven't listened to … Continue reading Review: Steal The Stars
It isn't too often that one finds a novel that has such a genuinely unique world built around it, but Barsk: The Elephant's Graveyard by Lawrence M. Schoen is one such work.
First a note from Pyles of Books: Sorry, I haven't posted any reviews in a while, but life has been crazy. I have managed to read some books in the meantime, which means I will be posting rapidly(hopefully) over the next couple weeks. *** Here is something a little fun to tide some of you … Continue reading Review: Star Wars Golden Books?!
There are few books in science fiction that could be considered a love letter to it, but Arkwright by Allen Steele hits the nail on the head. The book surrounds Nathan Arkwright, a seminal sci fi writer, and his legacy of wishing to send humanity into the stars to colonize them. Driven by the belief that humanity will eventually … Continue reading Review: Arkwright
Grond: The Raven High by Yuri Hamaganov is a fun YA science fiction read! All the hallmarks of Ender’s Game and even carrying threads of those foundational science fiction authors like, Asimov and Heinlein. The reader follows one of the seven Changed, bioengineered post-humans, who have been commissioned as a last hope for humanity to … Continue reading Review: Grond: The Raven High