Category Archives: Science Fiction

Vigilante by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers (2011)

Robin Parrish’s Vigilante starts off well, but ends rather flat, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Vigilante is one part Batman, one part Darkman. A decorated soldier becomes the faceless Hand, pitting himself against organized crime and hoping to inspire

Vigilante by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers (2011)

Robin Parrish’s Vigilante starts off well, but ends rather flat, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Vigilante is one part Batman, one part Darkman. A decorated soldier becomes the faceless Hand, pitting himself against organized crime and hoping to inspire

Objects of Wrath by Sean T Smith – Permuted Press (2014)

I haven’t read a good military novel in a long time, but I used to enjoy a lot of rock and roll recon fiction set in WWII and Vietnam back in my twenties. Objects of Wrath by Sean T Smith

Objects of Wrath by Sean T Smith – Permuted Press (2014)

I haven’t read a good military novel in a long time, but I used to enjoy a lot of rock and roll recon fiction set in WWII and Vietnam back in my twenties. Objects of Wrath by Sean T Smith

The Infinity Man by Kirk Hastings – PublishAmerica (2010)

What is one supposed to make of The Infinity Man? I will admit that the cover gave me pause. It’s a bad cover. All text and no images. I know we’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but make some

The Infinity Man by Kirk Hastings – PublishAmerica (2010)

What is one supposed to make of The Infinity Man? I will admit that the cover gave me pause. It’s a bad cover. All text and no images. I know we’re not supposed to judge a book by its cover, but make some

The Wells of the Worlds – Book 1: Bid the Gods Arise by Robert Mullin. Crimson Moon Press (2012)

Bid the Gods Arise follows the adventures of two cousins, Aric and Maurin. It begins in a pretty standard medieval fantasy format with a hint of prophecy and a bit of dissatisfaction with their provincial lives. The characters are likeable

The Wells of the Worlds – Book 1: Bid the Gods Arise by Robert Mullin. Crimson Moon Press (2012)

Bid the Gods Arise follows the adventures of two cousins, Aric and Maurin. It begins in a pretty standard medieval fantasy format with a hint of prophecy and a bit of dissatisfaction with their provincial lives. The characters are likeable

The Paladin’s Odyssey (Book 2 of The Windows of Heaven) by K. G. Powderly Jr. CreateSpace Publishing (2012)

Before I get into this review I want to remind my readers that The Windows of Heaven is a 5-novel epic retelling of the Biblical account of Noah and the Flood. The epic’s premise is that much of the Sumero-Akkadian

The Paladin’s Odyssey (Book 2 of The Windows of Heaven) by K. G. Powderly Jr. CreateSpace Publishing (2012)

Before I get into this review I want to remind my readers that The Windows of Heaven is a 5-novel epic retelling of the Biblical account of Noah and the Flood. The epic’s premise is that much of the Sumero-Akkadian

Citizen by Natasha R House. (2012)

Natasha House’s Citizen introduces us to a dark future where humanity has been conquered and enslaved for the past millenia and a half by an alien race of blue-skinned bat-winged creatures called the Citizens. Those who live in the wilds

Citizen by Natasha R House. (2012)

Natasha House’s Citizen introduces us to a dark future where humanity has been conquered and enslaved for the past millenia and a half by an alien race of blue-skinned bat-winged creatures called the Citizens. Those who live in the wilds

Flight of the Angels by Allan & Aaron Reini. Hendiadys Press (2012)

Our 2012 Best Christian Fiction Fan Favorite! Flight of the Angels is an engrossing, action-packed science fiction novel with a cast of intriguing and believable characters. If I had to sum it up in terms of other sci-fi works, I’d

Flight of the Angels by Allan & Aaron Reini. Hendiadys Press (2012)

Our 2012 Best Christian Fiction Fan Favorite! Flight of the Angels is an engrossing, action-packed science fiction novel with a cast of intriguing and believable characters. If I had to sum it up in terms of other sci-fi works, I’d