This Shattered Light: Book Review

Though it tackles much more complex and intense subjects then the previous book in the Starbound Trilogy, This Shattered World felt too angsty in its romance plot and that overshadowed the narrative that could have made this book really special.Rating: 3 Stars

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The Martian: Book Review

The Martian by Andy Weir strikes the perfect balance between hard science fiction and snarky humor, to give us one of the most entertaining space survival stories of the last decade.Rating: 4.5 stars

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These Broken Stars: Book Review

These Broken Stars is not without its faults, but it is a swoony and tense sci-fi story that will have any YA reader clambering for more.Rating: 4 stars

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Diamond City: ARC Review

Diamond City by Francesca Flores is a dazzling debut filled with found families, learning to overcome toxic relationships, and one very stabby main character. And while all of that is good, there are parts of the story that felt too flat for this to be an all out hit for me.Rating: 4 Stars

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Dark of the West: Book Review

Dark of the West by Joanna Hathaway is a hard nut to crack. Steeped in World War II era inspiration and saturated with political intrigue, Dark of the West is certain to appeal to fans of Historical Fiction. But what about those of us who picked the book up for the forbidden romance, betrayals, and […]

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The Themis Files: Book Review

The Themis Files isn’t perfect, but with its unique formatting and enthralling story, it is still one of my new favorite science fiction series. Series Rating: 4.5 Stars

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Winterwood: ARC Review

No one creates atmosphere quite like Shea Ernshaw and her newest offering, Winterwood, is more proof of that. Winterwood is a dark, wintry mystery that will keep you reading long into the night. Rating: 4 Stars

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The Murderbot Diaries: Book Reviews

The Murderbot Diaries is one of the most potently human stories I have read in a long time and I am already jonesing for a reread.Series Rating: 5 Stars

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Top Ten Tuesday: Autumn TBR

Ah, Autumn! That wonderful time of year when the temperature drops, and I can finally start wearing my vast collection of sweaters. *looks at outdoor thermometer and sees it is 98 degrees* Well, heck! At least I can read autumnally until the weather decides to cooperate.

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