When we allow ourselves to explore, we discover destinations that were never on our map. Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner’s Starbound trilogy is one of my favorite series, so I was ecstatic to find out they were writing another science fiction series. Unfortunately, however, Unearthed doesn’t quite live up to the brilliance of their debut… Read More Unearthed
Usually when a book comes with a lot of hype, I tend to gravitate in the opposite direction. I am Number Four is no different. Except, oddly enough, the hype associated with this book almost has a negative connotation to it, but I found myself enjoying it quite a bit. While, like every book, I… Read More I am Number Four
Two such different species can’t coexist on one planet. It’s survival of the fittest and we must survive. I love sci-fi, so when I first saw the summary for Melissa West’s debut novel Gravity, I knew it was something I had to read. Even though it was enjoyable, it felt more fluffy than I would… Read More Gravity
“If aliens ever visit us, I think the outcome would be much like when Christopher Columbus landed in America. And look how well that turned out for the Native Americans.” Stephen Hawking The 5th Wave is a solid addition to the young adult genre. It is filled with constant, non-stop action and a dash of… Read More "The Fifth Wave"
Have you ever read a book and felt that the author must have written it specifically for you? That’s how Ender’s Game felt to me. It’s a combination of a handful of my favorite things – military strategy, psychology, and science fiction – with unforgettable characters and a plot jam-packed with twists and turns. 50… Read More Ender’s Game