books

  1. Morbid

    Help finidng a book

    So perhaps this will spark some one's memory and can provide a book title. When I was younger, in middle school or so, I read a book that was way over my head and I wanted to reread it. Problem is, I can't remember the name of the dern book. All I know is it centered around someone (maybe...
  2. Anthony G Williams

    Brass Man, Polity Agent, and Line War, by Neal Asher

    Brass Man, Polity Agent, and Line War, by Neal Asher These are the third, fourth and fifth (and evidently last) books in the author's Agent Cormac series to be reviewed on this blog (Gridlinked and The Line of Polity being the other two) although the chronology of Asher's novels is more complex...
  3. Spacekat Tommy

    Ender's Game

    Ender's Game was the reason i started reading sci-fi. Everything introduced to me at school via english class was complete garbage and boring in my eyes(minus 1984, love that book), and one day in class, for some strange reason, i "forgot" to bring 'Animal farm' to school.. i hated the book.. no...
  4. B

    Top 10 Science Fiction Books of 2017

    Hey guys, I recently created a list of the top 10 science fiction books of 2017. If you are looking for your next best reading adventure, then go here to view the list: 10 Best Science Fiction Books of 2017 - Pinnacle Publishers Sneak peek of what's on the list: 1. Thrawn โ€“ Timothy Zahn 2...
  5. julirew

    Sci-Fi Vonnegut tribute: Cat's Breakfast anthology

    Third Flatiron invites you to check out its Summer anthology of scifi/fantasy/satire short stories, dedicated to the work and inspiration of Kurt Vonnegut. "Cat's Breakfast" features 30 stories by an international group of authors. It's described at...
  6. S

    My Sci Fi Novel (Alien Invasion)

    Hey all, here is Chapter 1 to my sci fi novel. Its $1.28 / 99p on kindle. Itโ€™s called The Day Trip and is book one of four. Special thanks to my publisher Black Rose Writing. Hope you enjoy the pace. Amazon link at bottom. Chapter 1 A green, five-foot- six tall Armazoid named Gremlon...
  7. Anthony G Williams

    Odyssey, and Cauldron, by Jack McDevitt

    Odyssey, and Cauldron, by Jack McDevitt Odyssey, and Cauldron, by Jack McDevitt Odyssey and Cauldron are the fifth and sixth books in the author's Academy series, following on from Omega. This effectively ends the main sequence of this series, although there is a 2013 prequel, Starhawk...
  8. Erik Martin Willen

    Sci-Fi Section Twenty-One (Nastragull Book 4)

    Hi Guys, My fourth book in the Nastragull series is out and I think you will like it. The war that will change everything is about to beginโ€ฆ When a failed rescue attempt kills three of the Vixens, it sends Alec von Hornet and his friends on a vengeful rampage. With the Third Universal War...
  9. Tom

    My eBook Library by Screenshots

    I was going to share my collection with you like I do with my movie collection but since I have no notepad made of the titles and authors I figured the easies way is to take screenshots of the actual files I have collected. To limit the number of pics, I only captured the TXT and PDF files...
  10. Tom

    My Audio Book Library by Screenshots

    I've been collecting audio books from back in the cassette tape days. I converted a great deal of them to mp3 and I update them with fresher versions when I come across them online for free. I also record podcasts and podshows. Here is an ongoing list of what I have available right now. If...
  11. G

    Sci-Fi giant graphic novel

    I've just created my ideal book 700 pages, 2.5kgs, 600 full page illustrations, spanning the whole story Iโ€™m a big Sci Fi bookreader, but Iโ€™ve just made what I think is the biggest sci fi graphic novel I think they are all gone now, and it was expensive to make and put on amazon, but no more...
  12. Anthony G Williams

    Judgment on Janus, and Victory on Janus, by Andre Norton

    Judgment on Janus, and Victory on Janus, by Andre Norton These 1960s books form a duology (with links to other stories as well). I first read Judgment on Janusas a youngster and was delighted with the story, which pressed a lot of my buttons. So much so that I bought a copy decades later, and...
  13. julirew

    Principia Ponderosa: Weird Western anthology

    Welcome to the "Principia Ponderosa," land of wide-open spaces and dark dreams. Third Flatiron Anthologies has released its Spring collection containing 17 SFF stories that combine elements of the Western with other literary genres, including steampunk, fantasy, occult, and horror. We invite you...
  14. Anthony G Williams

    Fractured Europe series, by Dave Hutchinson

    Fractured Europe series, by Dave Hutchinson There are three novels in the Fractured Europe sequence, which is probably all that we are going to get as the third volume rounds off the story nicely and there is no hint of any more. The first is Europe in Autumn. To paraphrase the back cover...
  15. C

    GEORGE cLAYTON

    ANY ONE READ LOGANS RUN? OR ANY OF HIS OTHER WORK?
  16. ryanseanoreilly

    Review "The Devil Rides Out" by Dennis Wheatley (podcast)

    A near-perfect adventure story bolstered by a well-researched study of the occult; full of daring, cunning and romance. Dennis Wheatley writes quickly and keeps the stakes high. He masterfully balances the provision of vital information and background with stake raising in the plot game. Most...
  17. Nick Edward Nixon

    Relayor - 48hr Promotional Downloads

    Category: Shameless self=promotion Greetings from the Texas Hill Country! New to the forum. Beginning Thursday morning, December 29th at approximately 3am EST, Relayor (4.8 out of 5 stars) can be downloaded from Amazon without charge as part of a 48-hour promotional giveaway. I'd love it if you...
  18. Anthony G Williams

    Sci-Fi The Hydrogen Sonata, by Iain M Banks, and Darwin's Radio, by Greg Bear

    The Hydrogen Sonata, by Iain M Banks, and Darwin's Radio, by Greg Bear The Hydrogen Sonatais the final SF novel by Iain M Banks, who died in 2013. It is therefore also the final novel set in the Culture, the utopian galactic civilisation which formed the basis of nine novels published over a...
  19. ryanseanoreilly

    Review: "The Golden Compass" by Philip Pullman (podcast)

    A tale told by a crackling, comforting fire while the bitter northern winds gust dangerously against the window panes outside. This book starts a bit slowly at first, but then kicks up into high-adventure and keeps this pace to the end. Pullmanโ€™s writing is very good and he manages to capture a...
  20. D

    Kingdom of Apathy

    Kingdom of Apathy is a brand new fantasy/sci-fi series. The Trial of Time is its prologue. A mysterious narrator inserts himself. Two creative and dedicated public servants do everything within their power to keep a grave threat known only to them at bay. The heir to a throne and his royal...
Top Bottom