Engineer Sylvia Tilly is a fan favorite character on the Star Trek Discovery television show. But we don’t really know much about her twisted backstory. The Way to the Stars novel fills that in nicely, providing a great background that explains her strenghts and weaknesses from the show.
While Croma Venture might not be quite as explosive as the other four books in the Spiral Wars series, it still presents a great look at how military sci-fi can be done right. And hopefully, it sets up even more adventures.
Book four of the Spiral Wars series, by Joel Shepard, is another amazing entry for fans of either military thrillers or sci-fi, or just novels with really good, action-oriented plots. We’ve reviewed the complete series up to this point, and there is not a bad book in the bunch.
Sometimes, the second book of a trilogy can be a bit of a letdown, and The Phoenix Empress falls into that category given how amazing The Tigers Daughter turned out. Still, its filled with a memorable style that hopefully bodes well for book three.
Our reviewer fell in love with The Spiral Wars series with action packed military sci-fi books Renegade and Drysine Legacy by author Joel Shepard. But the third book, Kantovan Vault, blows those others out of the water.
Author Brandon Sanderson has become a fan favorite here at GiN. In Legion: The Many Lives of Stephen Leeds, he brings together all three of his Legion novellas in one place for the first time, making this collection an instant classic.
Somehow, Drysine Legacy ramps up the action from the sci-fi thriller Renegade, which we very positively reviewed the other week. Renegade’s tale was action packed, but Drysine Legacy is off the charts, and a perfect read for Sci-Fi or Military enthusiasts.
Author Michaelbrent Collings has become a fantasy reader favorite, and his Sword Chronicle trilogy is a perfect example of good swords and sorcery. Child of Ash finishes the three book series in some surprising ways.
Special guest reviewer Bill Jackson is back with another classic book review this week of a title that you really should check out if you haven’t already done so. It’s Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.
One of the best military fiction type space opera books our reviewer has ever had the pleasure of enjoying, Renegade by Joel Shepard focuses on the crewmembers doing the actual fighting in a massive war.