Review: Traveller Inceptio by Rob Shackleford

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Having been a Scuba instructor, a college teacher, and a business executive in tourism, Rob Shackleford is an Australian writer who enjoys travelling. His book Traveller Inceptio, book one of the Traveller trilogy, begins with a man named Michael stumbling through a forest and falling on his … Continue reading Review: Traveller Inceptio by Rob Shackleford

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Review: We Call It Monster by Lachlan Walter

FF's Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ We Call It Monster is one of those books that gets you jittery with excitement from the start. Lachlan Walter starts his sci-fi horror novel off with a monstrous bang: "Everyone remembered where they were and what they were doing the first time they saw an enormous and ungodly … Continue reading Review: We Call It Monster by Lachlan Walter

Review: Before It Began (The Neuphobes Series Book 1) by Thomas Zman

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ What really is the truth when it comes to the archaic question of what is the origin of man? Is it as they say in the history books or is there something that happened in the history of man that we do not know about? These are … Continue reading Review: Before It Began (The Neuphobes Series Book 1) by Thomas Zman

Review: Extinction 6 by Hosein Kouros-Mehr

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Humans can certainly not be compared with dinosaurs, but an extinction event is an extinction event is an extinction event. Extinction 6 is the second book by Hosein Kouros-Mehr I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing. The first was Project Bodi, a novel in which the employees of … Continue reading Review: Extinction 6 by Hosein Kouros-Mehr

Review: The Fifth Era of Man by Joshua Banker

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ Joshua Banker is the author of The Realm of Tah’afajien Series. I had read the second book, A Prison of Flesh, in the series. In that one, I had already become familiar with Banker’s almost fey recipe for speculative fiction authors to cause readers to have an … Continue reading Review: The Fifth Era of Man by Joshua Banker

Review: The Invisible Mind by M.T. Bass

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ I began The Invisible Mind the third book in M.T. Bass’s Murder by Manchausen Mysteries, with a beating heart drowned in a tornado of conflicting emotions. It is mostly as a result of the events that transpired in the last pages of The Darknet, the second book … Continue reading Review: The Invisible Mind by M.T. Bass

Review: Murder by Manchausen by M.T. Bass

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ It’s a shame, really. The world we live in. No, not the world, but the people who live in it. Some of them, you know – let’s be frank – you wouldn’t mind taking out. And by taking out I do mean kill. Perhaps if you had a … Continue reading Review: Murder by Manchausen by M.T. Bass

Review: Citizen by Yvonne Anderson

FF’s Star Rating: ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ I was mighty excited to be getting the chance to review Citizen, the second installment of Yvonne Anderson’s three part science fiction serial The Four Lives of J.S. Freeman. In Stillwaters, the previous book, Jemima Freeman (Jemma), the female lead, had a cruddy experience in her “first life” … Continue reading Review: Citizen by Yvonne Anderson