Hollow Kingdom

Hollow Kingdom

Rating: 4.5/5 | When I heard that this was an apocolyptic comedy narrated by a sweary-mouthed crow, I wasn't sure what to expect. Still, this wasn't it. Sometimes the summary blurb on a book does the perfect job of summing it up — in the case of Hollow Kingdom, those words are "a humorous, big-hearted, and boundlessly beautiful romp." (Click the post to read more.)

The Philosopher’s War (The Philosopher’s Series, #2)

The Philosopher’s War (The Philosopher’s Series, #2)

Rating: 4/5 | I enjoyed The Philosopher's Flight. It was worth the read and I was happy to read the sequel. I'm glad I did — because The Philosopher's War was even better. Gone are the college days and courting of first love; this was a story of camaraderie, trauma, war, and the greater good. (Click the post to read more.)

Recursion

Recursion

Rating: 3.75/5 | Just like Dark Matter, Recursion was a science-rich and super-thrilling sci-fi thriller. If nothing sounds better to you than those two genres put together, then this is definitely your book. I whipped through it, intrigued and introspective in the beginning and more and more eager to see how everything would resolve itself as I got close to the end. Genre fiction at its best. (Click the post to read more.)

Barriers

Barriers

In 2079, Barrier domes shield the planet's wealthiest cities from destructive solar flares, and only the healthy elite are granted protection. That’s bad news for Barrier resident, Nathan Gallagher — his son’s untreatable medical condition has deemed him a non-compliant citizen. Nathan sets out to rescue his son from a Sanctuary deep in the badlands [...]

School for Psychics (School for Psychics, #1)

School for Psychics (School for Psychics, #1)

Rating: 3.25/5 | This is your typical story featuring a girl who has lived her life as a misfit, was adopted because her parents "died in a car crash" when she was young, doesn't realize she has superpowers, gets to school to discover she has SUPER superpowers (hmmm...about those parents?), bands with a group of other misfits to solve a giant mystery...you know the type. That being said, as far as those stories go, this one was pretty good. So if those are your usual jam, you'll probably enjoy School for Psychics. (Click the post to read more.)