Tag: science fiction

Review: Doctor Who: Engines of War, George Mann

Review: Doctor Who: Engines of War, George Mann

The Time War is raging across time and space, and the Time Lord formerly known as the Doctor is still battling on. He crash lands his TARDIS on the planet of Moldox, a planet occupied by Daleks, accidentally rescuing the human freedom fighter Cinder in the process. She agrees to… Read more »

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Review: Doctor Who: Silhouette, Justin Richards

Review: Doctor Who: Silhouette, Justin Richards

The Doctor and Clara travel back to Victorian London to investigate a mysterious energy emission. Around the city, people are being murdered – sucked dry to empty husks. The Great Detective and her associates are on the case. Meanwhile, the “Carnival of Curiosities” has come to town, in which there performs… Read more »

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Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos, Gary Russell

Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos, Gary Russell

I’m a big fan of the Tenth Doctor, and when I saw that this story not only also features my favourite companion, Donna Noble, but that it was also flagged as a “favourite” and picked to be part of the 50th anniversary re-releases, I had to grab a copy. Almost… Read more »

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Review: Endgame: The Calling, James Frey

Review: Endgame: The Calling, James Frey

This is more than just a story – codes throughout the book combine to point to a real-world location, where a real cash prize is hidden. Who will be the first to solve the code and discover the treasure? Endgame has arrived in the form of twelve meteors falling to different… Read more »

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Review: The Legacy, Melissa Delport

Review: The Legacy, Melissa Delport

Welcome to Tea in the Treetops’ stop on the Legacy Blog Tour! My review of the book is below, followed by an excerpt. The Legacy is an action-packed tale of one very strong and determined woman, willing to give everything to overthrow a tyrant. Unfortunately I didn’t really enjoy the… Read more »

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Review: Chasing Stars, Helen Douglas

Review: Chasing Stars, Helen Douglas

I am so glad I picked up Chasing Stars I really enjoyed this one!  The first book was a bit average, there was instalove and it was very much a younger teen novel, I also felt that the ending was rushed and it was a bit unsatisfactory.  While book 2 suffered from… Read more »

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Ten Random Facts about the Starlight Saga

Ten Random Facts about the Starlight Saga

Today author, Sherry Soule has some exciting news to share with us! She has published a brand new upper YA book, LOST IN STARLIGHT (paranormal romance with a Sci-Fi concept) with scorching-hot character chemistry and exciting suspense. To help promote this intergalactic love story, Sherry is doing this fun guest… Read more »

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Review: Sand, Hugh Howey

Review: Sand, Hugh Howey

Hugh Howey has done it again! He has created another desolate dystopian world and sucked me right into it. I have made no secret of the fact that I loved the Silo Trilogy, so it was with much trepidation that I started to read Sand. I was concerned that Mr…. Read more »

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Review: Dark Eden, Chris Beckett

Review: Dark Eden, Chris Beckett

On the sunless world of Eden, a small group of humans live among the warm, glowing trees and six-legged creatures. Several generations ago, a ship arrived on Eden by accident. After they tried to repair the damage, the crew decided to try to return to Earth, but two remained –… Read more »

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