WELCOME TO THE SLIPSTREAM: A Blunt Illustration of Family and Growing Up

    "It was the thing I was most curios about in the whole world, because if I knew who Mom really was, I'd know who I really was."     Welcome to the Slipstream by Natalka Burian Published on June 6 2017 by Simon Pulse Format: Hardcover Links:  Book Depository Affiliate Link || Amazon || Goodreads Reminiscent of … Continue reading WELCOME TO THE SLIPSTREAM: A Blunt Illustration of Family and Growing Up

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THE STARGAZER’S EMBASSY: Elegant Prose and Silly Aliens

The Stargazer’s Embassy explores the frightening phenomenon of alien abduction from a different point of view: in this story, it is the aliens who seem fearful of Julia Glazer, the woman they are desperately trying to make contact with. Violent and despairing after the murder of the one person she loved, a psychiatrist who was … Continue reading THE STARGAZER’S EMBASSY: Elegant Prose and Silly Aliens

Book Review || THE EVAPORATION OF SOFI SNOW BY MARY WEBER

Ever since the Delonese ice-planet arrived eleven years ago, Sofi's dreams have been vivid. Alien. In a system where Earth's corporations rule in place of governments and the humanoid race orbiting the moon are allies, her only constant has been her younger brother, Shilo. As an online gamer, Sofi battles behind the scenes of Earth's … Continue reading Book Review || THE EVAPORATION OF SOFI SNOW BY MARY WEBER

Book Review || Birthrights by J. Kyle McNeal

Does objective truth exist? It’s a question that has plagued philosophers and scientists throughout the ages – and, in the era of “alternative facts,” one of central relevance to virtually every headline, issue, and interaction we encounter. The son of a street sweeper and last in line of a disgraced family, Whym has grown up … Continue reading Book Review || Birthrights by J. Kyle McNeal