For fans of series like Goosebumps and the Five Nights at Freddy’s games, there’s a book series that’s been steadily releasing since around last year or so. A series containing story ideas both harrowing and disturbing. The series: Fazbear Frights.
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The Price of Safety Is More Action Than Sci-Fi The Price of Safety is a book full of good ideas but is plagued by sloppy execution. Very quickly in the reading, it was apparent to me that this was a book that loved its technology, and had an in-depth understanding of engineering and science, but…
The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza Fails To Armaggedon For a book supposedly about the end of the world, The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza doesn’t seem to want to focus very much on the actual end of the world. It seems content to deal with mundane moments of growing up and overcoming problems, and while that’s…
Monster Hunter International is a very long book that earned a bit more of my ire than it perhaps deserved. As an avid reader and a professional writer, I can spot a self-insert character from a mile off and spot a power fantasy even easier. And while this book was written in 2007, perhaps before…
Today, I would like to talk about a book that impressed me and moved me some years ago, and that, in my opinion, didn’t get the attention and respect that it deserved. I’m talking about Micro, another Sci-Fi masterpiece born from Michael Crichton’s mind. In this novel, published posthumously in 2011, Crichton narrates the story…
Enter a futuristic society where humanity has branched off of Earth and settled among its extraterrestrial neighbors in the Spiral Arm. Kevin J. Anderson’s The Dark Between the Stars is the compelling first installment of a brand new trilogy called The Saga of Shadows. Humans have divided themselves into the independent, spaceship-savvy Roamer clans and…
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