Book review: The Colony, by RMGilmour

The Colony, by RMGilmour

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Lydia is a broken woman weighed down by grief and trauma, both mentally and physically. Then one day she starts hearing a voice in her head claiming to be a person called Jordan from another plane of existence. At first she dismisses it, but then it won’t go away and she feels strangely drawn to it, his presence making her feel whole again. After a while Jordan explains to Lydia that he can bring her to him, and before she knows it she’s on a strange world outside a walled city she can’t enter. Continue reading

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Book review: The Last Day of Captain Lincoln, by Exo Books

The Last Day of Captain Lincoln
by Exo Books
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 Captain Lincoln is the retired commander of a highly advanced space ship slowly making its way towards a new planet. It’s a journey which will take generations, and the crew are custodians for the vessel and the advanced AI which runs it. Continue reading

Book review: MYLEA, the journey begins (Mylean Universe Chronicles), by Philip Elrod

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The Mylean people have a problem; their planet is doomed due to a clash of galaxies. Fortunately, their most brilliant scientist, a being called Tanaka, has an audacious plan to save them. If they can’t move their population to a new world, then they’ll move the whole planet instead to a new star system.

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Book review: To Make a Perfect World, by John Wormser

To Make a Perfect World by John Wormser

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To Make a Perfect World is a political thriller set in the near future. The world is on the edge of political collapse; a radical Rabbi in Israel wants to destroy his neighbours in a pre-emptive strike, while in Germany the far-right and well-funded activist Eric Dain is gaining support for his xenophobic agenda. Something has to be done to stop the world dissolving into chaos. Continue reading