Review – Wolves – C Gockel

Wolves is the first part of C. Gockel's I Bring The Fire series, initially a trilogy but now extended to eight full releases and several novellas. As is usual for self-published series of this length, you can pick up this introduction to the series for free, as I did. Wolves tells a story with many... Continue Reading →

Review – Dune – Frank Herbert

Wow. What a book. This wasn't my first time reading Dune but, dear God, it is still great. I can't think of many books that operate on the same scale as Frank Herbert's epic. Galactic conflict, formation of religions, prophetic visions, political machinations. All encompassed in a classic heroic coming-of-age story for the protagonist, Paul... Continue Reading →

Review – Syndicate – Sophie Davis

Stassi is a ‘runner’ – essentially a thief that travels to the past and acquires goodies the affluent in her present desire. The story is primarily set in 1925 France where she and a partner have been sent to obtain an unpublished manuscript. They must infiltrate the author’s social circles by drinking at parties and... Continue Reading →

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