Reviewed by Desiree Willis Jakarta focuses on the life of an unnamed narrator in a dystopian society where the virus Z-bug has caused nearly the extinction of the human race. Where he resides, his partner Clara holds a strong connection to a glowing stone; which holds powers that allow for the narrator to view past… Continue reading Jarkata by Rodrigo Márquez Tizano
We asked on Twitter for blogs and books to read and had a wonderful response. All of these authors have worked hard to publish articles, short stories, and books. We're happy for all of them and their success. Want to know what all the buzz is about? Then you'll want to check out these blogs… Continue reading Blogs and Books You’ll Want to Put on Your Reading List!
The character of Dr.Who and the panoply of books, TV series and audio adaptations that it has spun have held British and international audiences in thrall since 1963. And “Dr. Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen” by Gerry Davis, a novelized adaptation of the episodes that aired on the BBC is another gem. Readers… Continue reading Doctor Who and the Tomb of the Cybermen by Gerry Davis
Our story opens with Dr. Norman Johnson, a psychologist, who is traveling to the site of a plane crash. When Norman finally arrives at his destination, he finds out that there is no crash at all. Instead, it was a white lie that the US Navy told in order to get Norman to meet… Continue reading Sphere by Michael Crichton