Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky – An Audiobook Review

Publisher’s Summary: Adrian Tchaikovksy’s critically acclaimed stand-alone novel Children of Time is the epic story of humanity’s battle for survival on a terraformed planet. Who will inherit this new Earth? The last remnants of the human race left a dying Earth, desperate to find a new home among the stars. Following in the footsteps of their ancestors,…… Continue reading Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky – An Audiobook Review

Resident Evil: Marhawa Desire Vol 1 by Naoki Serizawa – A Graphic Novel Review

Blurb: At the prestigious and elite Marhawa High School in Singapore, a female student suffers a horrifying transformation. Called in to investigate, Professor Doug Wright and his nephew Ricky find themselves caught up in a deadly and growing tragedy. As things get rapidly out of hand, Chris Redfield and his team from the Bioterrorism Security…… Continue reading Resident Evil: Marhawa Desire Vol 1 by Naoki Serizawa – A Graphic Novel Review

The Armored Saint by Myke Cole – A Book Review

Blurb: In a world where any act of magic could open a portal to hell, the Order insures that no wizard will live to summon devils, and will kill as many innocent people as they must to prevent that greater horror. After witnessing a horrendous slaughter, the village girl Heloise opposes the Order, and risks…… Continue reading The Armored Saint by Myke Cole – A Book Review

My to read/listen/review list for the next few weeks

Hi guys and gals, just thought I’d post up a little ‘what’s to come’ post to advertise some of the cool books/audiobooks/graphic novels I’m reading and listening to over the coming weeks. Always looking for inspiration on what to dive into next, so feel free to post what’s on your list.   Reading: The Armored…… Continue reading My to read/listen/review list for the next few weeks

The Misbehaving Dead by Jack Burgos (editor) – a Book Review

Blurb: Death is permanent. This is the falsehood that we tell ourselves so we can sleep at night. It’s the lie that we tell our children so they don’t carry their little kitten’s corpse to the old cemetery deep in the forest, in the grove where nothing living grows. It’s the myth that we wrap…… Continue reading The Misbehaving Dead by Jack Burgos (editor) – a Book Review

The Railway Detective by Edward Marston – A Book Review

Blurb: London 1851. With the opening of the Great Exhibition at hand, interest is mounting in the engineering triumphs of the railways, but not everyone feels like celebrating… In an audacious attack, the London to Birmingham mail train is robbed and derailed, causing many casualties. Planned with military precision, this crime proves a challenge to…… Continue reading The Railway Detective by Edward Marston – A Book Review

Cold Cuts by Robert Payne Cabeen – A Book Review

Blurb: Two environmental scientists, one who takes his work and himself seriously, the other a pop culture geek with a junk food habit, struggle for survival when Québécois paramilitary fanatics demolish their remote science station in the frozen wasteland at the bottom of the world. Drs. Pratt and Eaton uncover The Order of the Red…… Continue reading Cold Cuts by Robert Payne Cabeen – A Book Review