Book Review #52: The Weight of Stars and Suns by Dawn C. Jonckowski

On the planet of Tav, there are two factions--The Tavarians and the humans. Marooned on the planet a hundred years ago, the humans are now slaves to the local Tavarians. Their latest rebellion, though, lands one particularly snarky rebel in prison, and that's where he'll meet a certain Tavarian princess, one trying her best to …

Book Review #42: Aethermarked by Damien Hanson and Nolan Locke

Jin-ee leads a boring, cookie-cutter life fueled by the gears of consumerism. Having lost everything to a life that refuses to appreciate her constant slaving away for the system, she begs for a change. A second chance at adventure.But the answer comes in a way she least expects it. A high-tech gaming company offers her …

Book Review #38: The Humane Algorithm by Trevor Wynyard

In the not-so-distant future, the world struggles with a severe resource scarcity issue. Electricity is preserved in every way imaginable--from automated self-driving cars to the absence of street lights to meters inside every household. Resources are allocated based on how much an individual contributes to society. Sick? That's unfortunate but less resources for you. Intelligent? …