Genre: Science Fiction

The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon ARC Review: Richly intricate world of clairvoyants

The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon ARC Review: Richly intricate world of clairvoyants

In her debut, Samantha Shannon blew me away with the highly imaginative setting of The Bone Season, where clairvoyants are hidden away within the city of Scion London and the alien race of the Rephaim holds the government in its evil clutches. In the riveting world of The Bone Season, there are seven classes of clairvoyants, […]

August 18, 2013 | 16 Comments
Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead ARC Review: A complex brain burner

Gameboard of the Gods by Richelle Mead ARC Review: A complex brain burner

For a futuristic society, Gameboard of the Gods is definitely not progressive. In a world of religious extremists,  RUNA (Republic of United North America) have established themselves as the superior state where their attitude, technology and lifestyle is clearly ‘better’ than others. Here, you’d encounter extreme castal segregation between the plebians (residents of RUNA) and […]

Tour Stop Giveaway & Review: Stars in Her Eyes by Clare C. Marshall

Tour Stop Giveaway & Review: Stars in Her Eyes by Clare C. Marshall

Stars in Her Eyes Blog Tour by Clare C. Marshall Release Date: 13 May 2013 Synopsis:  Burn hot and cold. Read minds. Disappear at will. Dream your own death. Welcome to Sparkstone University, where some students are more gifted than others. When Ingrid learns she’s been accepted at the hyper-secretive Sparkstone University, she is sceptical. […]

Alien Tango by Gini Koch Review: Meet Alliflash and Gingatagator

Alien Tango by Gini Koch Review: Meet Alliflash and Gingatagator

Katherine “Kitty” Katt is the Commander of the Airborne Centaurian Division, which is a group of extremely good-looking Alpha-Cetaurians (or A-C’s) who use their powers to save the world. It’s been five months since “Operation Fugly” and Kitty is happily dating Martini, her sexy A-C boyfriend who is also a high-ranking Commander. However, with a […]

August 18, 2012 | 0 Comments