Chatting with Stu Jones & Gareth Worthington

An in-depth look at the world of It Takes Death To Reach A Star

#makeoutmarrymurdermonday

Hey hey and happy Monday! Okay, you're right, no one loves Monday's. Not even Monday. But, that just makes it a perfect day to bring some stabby fun to the party! It's Makeout Marry Murder Monday!!! Every Monday, or most Monday's anyway, I'm going to play this game with some of my favorite and not [...]

Shadow Call – Review + GIVEAWAY

WARNING!!! There will be minor spoilers for Shadow Run. If you haven't read it, PLEASE DO!!! Take a look at my review for it! Be sure to check out Rockstar Book Tours by clicking the photo above or HERE! I am always thrilled to be a part of their tours, and this one is no [...]

Bone Music – Review

"They didn't plan to kill my mother." Charlotte Rowe has never led a normal life. Her mother killed in a tragic twist of fate by two serial killers. Taken by the killers and raised as their own until the FBI finally caught up to them. Reunited with a father who was far more interested in [...]

Artemis – Review

"It's hard to run with a hundred kilograms of gear on -- even in lunar gravity. But you'd be amazed how fast you can hustle when your life is on the line." Andy Weir is back with his unique and addicting blend of factual science fiction and smart ass humor. This time we're not fighting [...]

Otherworld – Review

"A future in which there's only one all-powerful Company doesn't seem totally preposterous anymore." Otherworld is the reboot of a virtual reality game that people swore was like heaven, it was so perfect. What we actually get in this book is Otherworld 2.0, the revamped version brought back from the virtual dead by a young [...]

The Philosopher’s Flight – Review

"It's never mattered that I can't do it. What the heart loves, the will chooses and the mind justifies." The Philosopher's Flight is an interesting mix of historical science fantasy, where in our past, we discover the use of empirical philosophy, the merging of magic and science. This particular branch of study is female dominated, [...]

Iron Gold – Review

** There will be spoilers for the Red Rising series in this review, but none for Iron Gold ** "Men call him father, liberator, warlord, Slave King, Reaper. But he feels a boy as he falls toward the war-torn planet, his armor red, his army vast, his heart heavy." Iron Gold is the behemoth of [...]

The Evaporation of Sofi Snow – Review

"How quickly humans could turn on each other when fed suspicion. Like smoke tossed out as solid evidence, whispered into the frightened ears of those needing someone to blame in order to feel safe again." Sofi Snow is a gamer. Working as part of a team of gamers to help her Corporation fight for blood [...]

Ready Player One – Review

"Going outside is highly overrated." Virtual Reality has been the stuff of science fiction for a long time. Simulated worlds, offering everything that real life simply can't. And as a society that is closer to achieving the immersion into these worlds than ever before, I think the idea of exploring these virtual worlds is more [...]