Book review: UBO – Steve Rasnic Tem

‘UBO’ is a superb story by Steve Rasnic Tem. It’s a sci-fi novel, though it does have strong horror elements to it as well. It follows a group of men trapped inside of a research facility. Are they on Earth or some other planet in a galaxy far, far away? Who are the man-size cockroaches…

5 of the best from 2016…

2016 has been another great year for this reader and whilst it is far from being over I thought I would share with you some of the highlights. In no particular order, here are 5 of my favourite books so far. If you wish to find out more about these books then follow the links…

Book Review: Extinction Biome – Addison Gunn

Military science fiction is something I don’t dip my toes into very often, which is strange really considering ‘Starship Troopers’ is one of my all time favourite movies. I have read a few in the past and found them to be a little generic, aside from the series by Weston Ochse (Grunt Life and Grunt…

Book Review: Drowned Worlds – Anthology

In a marketplace that is flooded with anthologies, it can sometimes be difficult in picking the right one. I like the idea of an anthology that has a theme behind it, one that is not content with being just another science fiction anthology but instead has asked writers to come up with a story based…