Book Review: Saturnius Mons

In this Sci-Fi novel, it is now the 31st century. Civilization as we know it destroyed themselves in the 21st century, and humankind escaped to the stars. Now, most of the technology from the 21st age, as well as its history, has been lost, and those on other planets are cut off from Earth. However, the Corporation--a kind of "evil" government-esque entity akin to our 21st century Big Business--has rediscovered the ability to space travel, and they are set on utilizing any and all resources on other planets--regardless of if there is a colony of humans already living there. An unlikely group of Ministry characters composed of a medic, a leader, a computer scientist, and a Martian warrior, join the Corporation's journey to Titan. While the Corporation is set on destroying any humans that happen to be there to exploit Titan's resources, the Ministry group strives to keep them alive. 

Book Review: The Marshal

Elizabeth, a brand-new Marshal, sets out with her team to hunt down the notorious Wes Kerrigan. Their only hope to find Kerrigan and take him down is through the use of his old partner, an outlaw only minutely less evil, Rubin Stark. Stark leads the Marshals through the wastelands, hunting Kerrigan but always one step behind, and time is not on their side. Will the Marshals find Kerrigan before he destroys the world--again? Or will Stark turn on them before the deed is done?

Book Review: Moroda

Set in a world of magic, dragons, and war, Moroda must find a way to stop the battle before the entire world is set aflame by dragon fire. A leader of the flying race--Arillians--has been stealing the power of dragons and forcing people of all races to join his cause of world domination. Moroda and her small band of newly found friends are the world's only hope for survival. But what can a sky pirate, two weaponsmiths, a run-away soldier, a filthy Varkain, a cast-off Arillian, and two former Goldstone sisters do against the power of dragons? 

Book Review: The Coordinate

In this novel, branded a sci-fi by the author, but which I think of more as a YA Adventure/Da Vinci Code, two high schoolers--former best friends who sadly grew apart--are tasked with the history project of  researching the Secret Chamber of the White-Eyed Star God in the Copan Temple. As they navigate past missing webpages, a trip to Europe, time traveling, the President of the United States, and aliens, Emma and Logan find themselves unraveling the mystery of the stars. What will they find? And will they even survive their discovery?

Book Review: The Gossamer Mage

Maleonarial, an old and experienced mage scribe, sets off on his own journey to find the right words to create the intention of killing The Deathless Goddess in order to free the mage scribes from her. What interrupts this work, however, is something even more dangerous than the Goddess herself. Kait Alder, a Daughter of Tiler's Hold, can see and hear evil that is set on destroying the world, starting with anything magic. Pylor, Tiler Hold Lord's cousin, is charged with finding out more about Maleonarial and his supposed magic that can hurt people. All three merge together to form one large party as they all make their way to the mage school with Saleonarial's body and the newest mage recruit--and Kait's only son--Leksand. They must all work together in order to keep the evil at bay long enough for someone to figure out how to kill it--for good. Will Maleonarial be able to hold off on his own quest of killing the Deathless Goddess in order to help Kait and Pylor?

BLOG TOUR: Book Review: Vox

In this dystopian novel by Christina Dalcher, America is eerily similar to our own. However, in that world, women are only allowed 100 words a day, or else they are shocked by their wrist counters, the magnitude exponentially increasing with each additional unauthorized word. Jean, a cognitive linguist in another life, is given an opportunity after the president's brother is gravely wounded. The government needs someone who can help him, someone who can reverse Wernicke's aphasia. Helping the government will mean that she can go back to work, can get the abominable wrist counter off--for a while. But something doesn't sit right with Jean. The government seems to be wanting her research for another reason... What price will the world pay after she finishes her research? What price will she and her family pay?

Book Review: The Blade Witch

The ashah Estra, born in a convent and raised under the guidance of her rigid Faith, embarks upon her own quest of killing the evil sorceress who took everything from a young Estra. The ashah, equipped with her Asruelian blood and thus a rare blessing of true sight, as well as her trusty sword of starsilver and her golden flames of arcane power, plans on stopping at nothing until she gets what she wants; Helena's death. However, Estra finds her heart warming to the people around her, showing her that the world is not as dark a place as she had thought. Will she still be able to kill Helena without hurting her newfound friends? If she can't, will the world pay the price?

Book Review: Insynnium

In this mysterious novel by Tim Cole, one of the main characters, Max, is able to time travel after taking a new sleeping aid pill. His time traveling lasts 1 full year and has no consequences in the present time. As we travel through the book and Max's past, we find that there is an even bigger conspiracy at play here. Duncan and Pierre hide their involvement in the creation of Insynnium, Max's mom Grace and Duncan hide their relationship, Max and his wife Rachel struggle through rocky times, and new age technology is cropping up in the Middle East. How does all of this connect to Max and Insynnium? Only time will tell!

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