Book Review – United States of Japan & Mecha Samurai Empire by Peter Tieryas

A new book review?  On two books at once?!  What madness is this!  But yes, dear readers, it’s time for me to bust out my reading cap this year and get back in the swing of things.  I posted on…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Deep Sky Derelicts

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TN’s Indie Impressions – Void Bastards

Generally speaking, being a prisoner in a corporate run universe is going to be a bad time, and the disposable nature of the prisoners in Void Bastards, an FPS Roguelike, makes for some very silly gaming. Join me on Episode…

The Stolen Child by Peter Brunton – A Review

A Copy of this book was provided to me by the Author in exchange for an honest review. The blurb: “There are roads that are not on any map. There are worlds beyond our own, where cities hang between the…

Echo Volume 1: Approaching Shatter by Kent Wayne – A Review

So I picked this little novella up due to the hilarious ads that a fellow blogger, Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha, writes for it. He is the author by the way. I mention this because unlike a large portion of my previous…

Armada by Ernest Cline – A Review

Dear lord have mercy.  Armada.  A book that, as best as I can tell, is fairly divisive among fans of Cline.  His second outing after Ready Player One. A book that I wish I liked more then I did. Let…

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