Tag: sci-fi

This Mortal Coil Review: A thrill-ride of science, hacking & zombies

This Mortal Coil Review: A thrill-ride of science, hacking & zombies

When a deadly virus takes over the world, what do humans do to combat it? With the help of gene therapy, biotechnology and DNA manipulation, Catarina’s dad has created a cure to save the world from being infected. It takes a lot to surprise a zombie aficionado such as myself, but This Mortal Coil definitely surprised me, […]

December 2, 2017 | 8 Comments
Warcross Review: Virtual Reality & Bounty Hunting

Warcross Review: Virtual Reality & Bounty Hunting

Every gamer’s dream is being able to actually experience the game you are playing. To actually fully immerse yourself into the game through virtual reality. Warcross explores a world where this is possible, where the gaming elite compete in real life tournaments using advanced technology. As a gamer, I’ve been highly anticipating Warcross since it was announced, and I’m […]

October 19, 2017 | 16 Comments
The Undercurrent Review: Electrifying Military Secrets

The Undercurrent Review: Electrifying Military Secrets

Set in a techno-futuristic world where corporations rule, The Undercurrent explores a time in the near future when teenage girl can wield electricity from her own hands. She’s protected by a soldier called Ryan, but what does the military want with her? Why are the Agitators after her? The Undercurrent is frightfully accurate as it feels like […]

August 17, 2017 | 2 Comments
Blog Tour & Giveaway: The Diabolic by SJ Kincaid

Blog Tour & Giveaway: The Diabolic by SJ Kincaid

Welcome to our stop of The Diabolic blog tour! I adored The Diabolic, a fun-filled science fiction story sent in the future, years from now, where our characters explore the political climate of a declining empire and learn humanity. I’m excited to share a guest post from the author, reasons why you should definitely pick this book up, […]