Book Review – All Systems Red

Book Review All Systems Red By Martha Wells On WordPress I follow a couple of blogs. Not too many. I pick them based on content, length of post, frequency, interest. For writers, I follow Whatever by John Scalzi and Filling the Well by Carrie Vaughn, among others. Recently, I was reading Ms. Vaughn’s site and…

Book Review – Abandon

Book Review Abandon By Blake Crouch I got into Blake Crouch with his Wayward Pines series. Good popcorn and jujubee reading. He mixes thriller, mystery, and scifi, while throwing in some good interpersonal elements. After reading the series, I went straight to Amazon so see what else was out there. I ranked his books by…

Book Review – Artemis

Book Review Artemis By Andy Weir Note to readers: I spoil as the mood takes me. Understand this in advance. I will not point out when spoilers appear. Assume they start now and continue, willy nilly. I really enjoyed Andy Weir’s first book, The Martian, which seems to have been a bit of an internet…

Book Review – Dark Matter

Book Review Dark Matter By Blake Crouch I enjoyed Crouch’s first two books in the Wayward Pines trilogy, liked it so much, I bought Dark Matter and Abandon, which I will review later. I was not disappointed. Dark Matter is what Crouch does well, a mix of elements; thriller, science fiction, and love. It reads…

Book Review – Born a Crime

Book Review Born a Crime By Trevor Noah I finished listening to Amy Schumer’s Memoir-ish thingy, and I wanted more. I listened to this book on audio as well. I am glad I did. I didn’t know much about Mr. Noah. If you’re new to this site then you wouldn’t know, I live outside the…

Book Review – Wayward

Book Review Wayward By Blake Crouch Book two in the series was very middle book-ish. Good, a complete story, but very clearly the middle of an arc. I spoil like crazy below, so forewarned and forearmed and all that.  There is virtually no gap between books one and two. Story wise, it is the next…