Feb 14, 2020
Overstrike by CM Angus, finally reveals the truth about a family who manipulate reality to safeguard themselves and all that they hold dear. But even seemingly small changes in a timeline have unforeseen and far-reaching consequences.
Dec 18, 2019
When a magical problem and a political challenge threaten Marek at the same time, Marcia, Heir to House Fereno, finds herself at the centre of the responses to both. Can she and her allies withstand Teren politics, while her friends withstand Teren magic?
Aug 28, 2019
Anarya is an investigator. Yisyena is her business partner and lover. A new contract embroils them in state secrets and the personal vendettas of a murdered champion, a cabal, a puppet king, and a false god looking for one who has defied him.
Jul 31, 2019
When reading, as she was growing up, Steve Harrison's daughter complained about the lack of good adventure stories for girls. Having an author for a dad meant that a remedy was only a matter of time.
Jul 03, 2019
Set in a hot desert land of diverse peoples, this is a world away from the Scottish author's previous book (set in Victorian Glasgow) but has the same masterful storytelling.
Apr 05, 2019
Two groups of people dependent on AI for their survival, one group knowingly and the other unknowingly, struggle to stay alive while that very AI is seeking artificial life for itself.
Mar 22, 2019
Ira Nayman's latest humorous science fiction novel sees a small blue alien resettled in a sleepy town, with local and transdimensional consequences.
Jan 18, 2019
In a secular world, this collection of intriguing and thought-provoking stories, of the interaction between the mundane and the divine, marks a welcome return by the author Sapphira Olson.
Dec 06, 2018
Genesis, by Geoffrey Carr, is a fictional action/adventure thriller. It is also an allegory that should worry us all, of constant surveillance, fake news and cyber warfare in a world controlled by AI.
Sep 03, 2018
When the world around us seems on the brink of disasters at the hands of neo-nationalists, terrorists and megacorporations, the new space adventure by NZ author Peter Glassborow, suggests the same concerns will be prevalent in 2221.