Book Review #70: Icarus (Realm III) by HG Ahedi

Space is infinite, and time is just a construct. So what will happen when we bend both? As Emmeline continues chasing after pieces of the mythical device with the Orias on her tail, she ends up in a completely different era--one of her ancestors past. If she wants to keep the timeline in order, she'll …

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Book Review #64: St. Martin (Lost in the Vast #2)

Not everyone is built for multidimensional travel. Some minds just aren’t fortified enough. Some friendships aren’t either. And when the past can follow you from one world to the next, it’s really hard to forget your problems. Alexis, Cole, Trent, and Dante’s bonds are laid out on a dissection table when they arrive in the …

Book Review #63: A Forgotten History (Lost in the Vast #1)

Much of world history is a myth. It’s made up of assumptions, folktales, and legends, of recently unearthed civilizations and jungle-surrounded cities. But a history tangled in multiple dimensions and fantastical beasts? That’s one beyond our conceptualization. Or is it? I picked this book up on a whim. I was scrolling through Facebook, doing my …

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 …