Review: The Moreva of Astoreth by Roxane Bland

Synopsis: In the world-building tradition of Andre Norton, Anne McCaffrey and Ursula K. LeGuin, The Moreva of Astoreth is a blend of science fiction, romance, and adventure in a unique, richly imagined imperialistic society in which gods and science are indelibly intertwined. It is the story of the priestess, scientist, and healer Moreva Tehi, the spoiled,…

Review-Beneath the Bridge of Sighs by Ursula Bartram

Synopsis: Faith believed she had found the man of her dreams. Aiden is handsome, educated and from one of the best families around. They are engaged and happily planning the wedding of their dreams. And yet, Faith feels like something isn’t quite right, but she can’t put her finger on it until she attends one of…

Review – Semmant by Vadim Babenko

Synopsis: When Bogdan Bogdanov, a troubled cybernetics genius, creates Semmant, a robot living inside a computer, he feels on top of the world. Semmant takes on the capital markets and makes money with the ruthless efficiency of a machine. Bogdan grows richer by the day, but when he falls deeply for the irresistible Lidia, Semmant’s artificial…

Review – Human by Den Holson

Synopsis: HUMAN is the story of an inner struggle for understanding and illumination told by the poor sod whose tortured personality it explores. It follows the madcap progress of an unlikely inner-space potholer who eventually discovers truth isn’t all it’s cracked up to be where the mysteries of existence are concerned and ultimately moves out beyond…

Review-The Vengeance of San Gennaro (Tales of MI7 Book 3) by J.J. Ward

  Synposis:The novel centers around Venice, Italy where Giuditta Cancellieri an artist known for her controversial pieces is getting ready to debut her next installation at the Venice Biennale, Giuditta Cancellieri’s Il Timore di Dio, consisting of six paintings of something as yet undisclosed to anyone. Authorities have placed an  injunction to make sure the…