Following up on the first book, where a young boy in a coma is forced into an interactive fantasy game in an attempt to wake up his brain, Back in the Game continues the MMO fantasy storyline.
Borrowing heavily from the Star Trek: Enterprise TV series, Rise of the Federation: Live by the Code shows the conflicted and sometimes darker origins of the Federation in this engaging tale.
If you enjoyed the Rodrick and Hyrm series, Shy Knives will be just your cup of tea. A solid entry in the Pathfinder Tales collection, Shy Knives is now available in paperback, for Kindle and as an audiobook so you can listen in on the adventure.
With tight action and a riveting plot, Star Trek: Prey: The Hall of Heroes is a perfect example of our beloved sci-fi series at its best. It wraps up this new next-generation trilogy nicely, and with a bang.
If you would like to explore an expanded Deep Space Nine universe where familiar characters have aged and accepted new ranks and missions, then Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Ascendance is your ticket to adventure.
Sometimes a book series will wax and wane as it grows. But The Unmaking Engine, the sequel to the really good World Walker title, falls so far from the original that the series may not be able to recover with too many of its former fans.
Everyone loves the Pathfinder Tales novels, being as close to a pen and paper or videogame role-playing experience as you can get. Here is our second take look at a good one, Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea.
Star Trek: The Jackal’s Trick is so engrossing that it’s hard to put down. Especially for Trek fans, this one has got it all, angry Klingons, Picard at the helm of the Enterprise, Riker and his wife Dianna Troi plus Worf and Geordie La Forge.
The World Walker perfectly blends sci-fi and fantasy in a tale about the birth of magic in our world. Considering few books mix that so seamlessly, it makes for a great read despite a few overused clichés.
In Pathfinder Tales: Through the Gate in the Sea, readers are treated to a sea tale, inter-dimensional travel, a complex commentary on imperialism and a good old fashioned abandoned ancient city.