The first Steeplejack book was an amazing ride scaling the lofty heights of the Bar-Selehm city state. Firebrand keeps the high-flying action going, and cements author A. J. Hartley as one to watch for young adult fiction.
If you love steampunk fantasy, then The Guns Above, the first entry in the Signal Airship series, is really going to hold your interest. With a fascinating crew, a tight plot, dangerous action and plenty of dark humor, The Guns Above really soars.
Follow the story of Thrawn as he uses his tactical genius to score countless victories and gain rank in the Imperial Navy in Star Wars: Thrawn. Navigating the military will be difficult for an outsider and alien, with the help from his aide Eli Vanto and the ambitions of Arihnda Pryce, he can succeed in his goals.
Steeplejack is the first book in the Alternative Detective series by A. J. Hartley, and as opening novels go, this is one of the best. Come explore a world of steeples and smokestacks alongside an amazing cast of characters.
When a newly found civilization rapidly advances and petitions for Federation membership, it spawns a deep mystery and almost a galactic war in Star Trek: The Original Series: The Latter Fire. It’s everything Star Wars fans want in a story.
Acting as a perfect companion series to The Librarians hit television show, The Librarians and the Mother Goose Chase book offers up quirky and explosive action with the same great characters we have come to love.
This week we’re off to Vegas, baby! We dive into Snake Eyes, Book 11 in the Demon Accords series by author John Conroe. What happens in Vegas…could kill off the everyone in this exciting novel.
Daughter of Dragons is the first book in the brand-new Legacy of Dragons trilogy by author Jack Campbell. It follows the Pillars of Reality series that we previously reviewed, and is starting to get just as good.
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.