BOOK REVIEW: Infinity Wars

BOOK REVIEW: Infinity Wars

15 Sep, 2017

A very strong collection with something in it for everyone. This does indeed showcase some of the best writers in the business looking at an old trope in a new way, as such proving once again the great value of this series.

BOOK REVIEW: Warlock Holmes and the Hellhound of the Baskervilles

BOOK REVIEW: Warlock Holmes and the Hellhound of the Baskervilles

10 Sep, 2017

Warlock Holmes is an idiot. A font of arcane power, certainly, but he’s brilliantly dim. Frankly, he couldn’t deduce his way out of a paper bag. Warlock Holmes and the Hellhound of the Baskervilles is the new book from G.S. Denning

BOOK REVIEW: Crosstalk

BOOK REVIEW: Crosstalk

5 Sep, 2017

Connie Willis is an exceptional genre writer. Her 17 novels and numerous awards testify as much. In Crosstalk she puts her considerable talents to the test in what is described on the cover as a sci-fi rom-com. Wait. For those put off by that tag, let’s examine the evidence.

Moving Target – Green Arrow’s Secret History Revealed

Moving Target – Green Arrow’s Secret History Revealed

29 Aug, 2017

Green Arrow has been around for over 75 years but there has been little published about the history of the character. Until now. SEQUART have published Moving Target, a collection of articles and interviews about the creation of the Emerald Archer.

ELEVATOR PITCH – Addict

ELEVATOR PITCH –  Addict

25 Aug, 2017

Todays Elevator Pitch is an Urban Sci-Fi novel with a Tech-Noir twist that follows PI Cassie Tam as she investigates the death of a VR Addict.

SelfMadeHero to Release Pocket-Sized Sherlock Holmes Adaptations

SelfMadeHero to Release Pocket-Sized Sherlock Holmes Adaptations

9 Aug, 2017

Pocket-sized Sherlock Holmes graphic novels to take with you on your travels? Professor Moriarty won’t like that, not one bit.

BOOK REVIEW: Red Gods Sing

BOOK REVIEW: Red Gods Sing

28 Jul, 2017

A reasonably interesting sequel, combining politics with heart. It does not really manage to distinguish itself significantly in a crowded field but builds nicely on the ideas in the first book. If you enjoy your robots in love you can certainly do worse.

BOOK REVIEW: The Rift by Nina Allan

BOOK REVIEW: The Rift by Nina Allan

21 Jul, 2017

It’s always exciting to discover a genre voice with a different perspective. I read Nina Allan’s 2014 debut The Race last year which I thought had huge potential. On completion of her new novel The Rift I knew that potential had already been reached.

GameTale – A Gamebook for 3-9 Year Olds

GameTale – A Gamebook for 3-9 Year Olds

22 Jun, 2017

Over on Kickstarter right now, you can pledge for a deluxe hardcover printing of a lovely little gamebook aimed at the younger audience. Gremmy’s Big Adventure is a branching interactive tale with almost 100 paths. Check out more details here.

BOOK REVIEW: GENESIS FLEET: VANGUARD

BOOK REVIEW: GENESIS FLEET: VANGUARD

9 Jun, 2017

Jack Campbell returns to his Lost Fleet universe with that most unpredictable of beasts: the prequel series.