Science Fiction Book Reviews

“Science fiction is the most important literature in the history of the world, because it's the history of ideas, the history of our civilization birthing itself. ...Science fiction is central to everything we've ever done, and people who make fun of science fiction writers don't know what they're talking about.” 

Ray Bradbury

Over 500+ books reviewed since 2010 — More coming almost daily!

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Current Reviews

Mother Ship

“Mother Ship”

I didn’t really like this book for several reasons. While this book doesn’t contain zombies, the mindless humans are pretty darn close. The premise that an alien entity would go to the trouble of controlling humans just enough to make them kill each other is ridiculous. If they wanted us dead, then just send down a virus or something. Or they could have built some kind of death-ray to just destroy humans. I mean if

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Fatal Fringe

“Fatal Fringe”

One thing about John Walker, when he writes a military book, it’s about one mission and only one mission. There’s never any doubt about what the unit he’s writing about is going to do or how it comes out. I like that a lot. Now he’s got a new series out titled “Ether War”. Ether, as you’ll find out seems to be some kind of mineral that is refined to produce rocket fuel allowing FTL

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Terradox Quadrilogy

“Terradox Quadrilogy”

Well, this is going to be somewhat of a long review. To summarize, this is a single book that covers four separate books. They are all fairly long, but continue the story well in that each book could stand on it’s own. The main characters all carry over through out the series and for the most part the story takes place on an artificial planet named Terradox. Book 1 – Terradox This gets you introduced

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