Review: Never Never Stories by Jason Sanford

On August 29, 2011, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

    Jason Sanford‘s newest anthology, Never Never Stories, contains the most original speculative fiction that I’ve ever read. The ten stories, some of them previously published, were selected as the crème de la crème of his collection; and they explore themes and questions common throughout truly great science fiction. What does it mean to […]

Review: Galileo’s Dream by Kim Stanley Robinson

On July 22, 2011, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

    Galileo’s Dream, by author Kim Stanley Robinson, takes the reader on a time traveling adventure between the moons of Jupiter and the most famous cities of the Renaissance, between the political turmoil of the distant future to the inner turmoil of Galileo’s own mind. Our guides throughout the journey are a man named […]

Review: Timecaster by Joe Kimball

On July 7, 2011, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

      Do I dare disturb the universe? – (TS Elliot) quoted by The Mastermind Timecaster by Joe Kimball, a self described Eco-punk novel set in a green utopean future, promises all the thrills, violence, sex, and groin punches that you probably wouldn’t expect in that setting. It’s not short on humor either. In […]

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Review: Starbound by Joe Haldeman

On April 20, 2011, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

In Starbound, Joe Haldeman tells the breathtaking tale of a select few who journey to save humanity from the Others – an enigmatic and possibly immortal race of beings. Humanity’s newly acquired space travel is seen as a possible threat by them – a threat they are unwilling to accept. Given the Others‘ superior technology, […]

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Review: Xombies Apocalypso by Walter Greatshell

On April 4, 2011, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

Xombies: Apocalypso by Walter Greatshell begins after the world has already been infected by Agent X – killing and resurrecting almost the entire human race. The scientist Uri Miska created the formula in a desperate effort to save mankind from an impending world-wide disaster. Former humans, resurrected as xombies, can survive virtually anything. Death holds […]

Review: The Human Blend by Alan Dean Foster

On February 14, 2011, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

New York Times Bestselling author, Alan Dean Foster, has written a science fiction mystery – The Human Blend.  Two stories intertwine, the first about a thug and a doctor who team up to find out the contents of a high-tech silver thread, the second a story about two complete opposites that meet and grow as […]

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