The Last Colony – John Scalzi

Could John Perry, be satisfied with the peaceful life as the Ombudsman of a peaceful colony, after spending the previous years of his life in constant danger, as a soldier of the Colonial Defense Forces? And what about his wife, Jane Sagan, who—in a sense—was born in that life full of danger? The Colonial Union ask […]

Old Man’s War – John Scalzi

Life begins at 75 years. At least that’s what John Perry—who has reached this age—hopes. John Scalzi supposes that all things human-physiology will have limits in the future, even after the colonization of space. Even more so, precisely in space there could be new challenges to human’s limitations. In his future world, at 65 the “elders” […]

Book Talk with Ginger Dawn …A Mischievous Magical Moment!

Strong characterization, exquisite sensory language and rock-solid storytelling Daimones (Daimones Trilogy) by Massimo Marino A Book Review by Ginger Dawn Harman   Strong characterization, exquisite sensory language and rock-solid storytelling make Daimones by Massimo Marino a must read. Dan Amenta begins his morning with ordinary routine. Newspaper, breakfast, and the familiar commute to work at […]

Author Alliance's Joseph Spuckler reviews Daimones by Massimo Marino #scifi

Daimones (Daimones Trilogy) Book Review Daimones by Massimo Marino is the first book in the Daimones Trilogy. Marino background is science having worked at CERN and the Lawrence Berkeley Lab. He currently lives in France near the Swiss border. Marino is the author of several other books. One of the most enjoyable things about reading books […]

CHARLIE BRAY’S BOOK REVIEWS – Five Great Indie Books |

So you can forget about the mystery of crop circles and flashing UFOs in the sky. This alien invasion is real. Well not real, but certainly more transparent. The first mission of any self-respecting bunch of aliens is to destroy the humans. Not all of them – just nearly all of them. The few that […]

The difficult role of a reviewer…

Sometimes you think reviewing a book must be very easy. You liked it? 5-stars, you didn’t? 1-star. Everything in between is a “yes, but” in the higher or lower tail of the distribution. Some writers take a 3-star as if the reader had said “as if I haven’t read it”. It needs much more than […]

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