We are nearly at the end of another year. A year in which I read some really great books. I'm really happy to be rounding up 2019 with something different that caught me off-guard. Goodreads Blurb Refraction by Terry Geo Most stories start at the beginning; this one begins at the end. At least for … Continue reading Book Review: Refraction by Terry Geo
Today I have a sci-fi book review for you. This is an especially good book if you don't normally read the sci-fi genre but would like an introduction to it. It is not too hardcore and there is a pleasant love story woven throughout. Enjoy! Blurb The Unexpected Inlander by Kellyn Thompson is set in … Continue reading Book Review: The Unexpected Inlander by Kellyn Thompson
Guys, I really can't believe how much more I am enjoying Young Adult books. Sci-fi/dystopian books are also creeping up my like-o-metre (totally made up that word). If there is one thing I am grateful to Joyful Antidotes for it is for opening up my range of reading genres. Emotional outburst aside, I would like … Continue reading Book Review: Aaru by David Meredith
Finally, give readers one good reason why they should read your books. Ed: Intelligent, fun science fiction, professionally edited and produced, all with my British sense of humo(u)r. Sorry, is that five reasons?
Overall, this was a nice read and I won't hesitate in picking up the next book. Let's say I have to. I need to find out what happens to Griffin. Something tells me life at the fortress won't be all plain sailing.