Desdaemona is the first entry in a new urban fantasy series. It offers an interesting environment and some scary scenes, but hasn’t yet found a way to break out of an increasingly crowded genre. Then again, perhaps it’s just getting started.
HALO: Smoke and Shadow is not so much a typical HALO novel as a fast paced, nova hot novella. Instead of looking at soldiers, this tale is all about interstellar salvagers who go into war zones looking for profit.
Dark Shadows: Heiress of Collinwood by Lara Parker is a fun novel that follows the cult-hit TV show from about 40 years ago. Told here with a bit of a modern twist, the tale should prove enjoyable for campy chills and thrills.
New author Jamison Stone has created a spellbinding world in Rune of the Apprentice, where magic, technology, and nature have merged. And it sounds great as an audiobook too, which is how we reviewed it.
Veteran author Christopher L. Bennett weaves a wonderful story in Star Trek: The Original Series: The Face of the Unknown. It’s got a great plot, action, aliens, political crisis, our favorite original series characters and fantastic worlds to explore.
The final Star Trek: Legacies book finishes the amazing plot that spans two universes, several decades, and the Federation and Klingon Empire. It’s a complex story with a lot of human interest and plentiful action.
If you are into Slice of Life type books that focus on real life situations, then you might enjoy the slow-paced Thanks Mom, Now It’s Just Another Club high school drama.
Halo: Fractures is an amazing collection of short stories set in the Halo universe. Penned by top sci-fi authors and writers who work on the Halo games, the diverse set of tales will appeal to Halo fans and those just enjoy great stories.
An adventurous trip to the parallel world known as the Winter Wonderland of Lunwyn seemed like a great idea for Finnie Wilde, until her twin steps in with other nefarious plans. It’s action and romance in Wildest Dreams this week.
Star Trek Legacies: Best Defense continues where the first book, Captain to Captain, left off, with a mysterious alien artifact stolen from the Enterprise and being used to upset a peace conference. Can Kirk and crew bring peace to the galaxy one more time?