Category: Science Fiction

Book Review : Neron Rising

Book Review : Neron Rising

I found out about this book through the Reylo community, and I wasn’t disappointed. Though I was expecting more of a blatant fanfiction type of novel, with characters and settings ripped right from the screen, Neron Rising is an original story, with only its inspirations from Star Wars.  Nova, an engineer, lives on the planet Korpillion, one of the few planets deemed inhabitable because it doesn’t have any Neron. This blue substance, […]

Posted December 28, 2018 in Book Reviews, Fantasy, Science Fiction
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Review: Hyperion

Review: Hyperion

  I don’t think I’ve ever read a novel that made me feel swindled–until Hyperion. I picked up this sci-fi novel because I was fascinated by the mystery surrounding the godlike Shrike. What is it? Why do people worship it? And why go on a pilgrimage to confront something referred to as the “God of Pain?” Just what was the Shrike’s plan—to save the world or to destroy it? Those […]

Posted July 17, 2015 in Book Reviews, Science Fiction
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Book Review: Acorna

Book Review: Acorna

I first grew interested in Anne McCaffrey’s and Margaret Ball’s Acorna when I was a young girl. I was captured by the cover of a pretty silver haired girl with a horn and hooves. But this book unfortunately proved the saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” right. My attempt to read Acorna and I ended up getting rid of the novel. Fast forward to present day and I decided […]

Posted July 17, 2015 in Book Reviews, Science Fiction
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