The Imaginarium Machine, by John Adrian Tomlin

Genre: Fantasy Anthology Publisher:  Xlibris Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating: Not Rated Reviewer: David L. Felts Have you read this book? If you’ve been reading my reviews on SFReader, you might have noticed that The Imaginarium Machine, by John Adrian Tomlin, has a different rating from my others: Not Rated. That’s became I …

The Operative, by Gerald Brandt

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Daw Published: 2016 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: Joshua Palmatier Have you read this book? The Operative is the second book in Gerald Brandt’s San Angeles sci-fi thriller series and it continues the story of Kris Merrill. Premise: In The Courier, Kris finds herself caught up in the …

Sleep State Interrupt, by T. C. Weber

Genre: Cyberpunk Publisher: See Sharp Press Published: 2016 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by David L. Felts Have you read this book? In Sleep State Interrupt, T. C. Weber delivers a story that pays homage to its old school cyberpunk roots while at the same time delivering a political treatise that …

Ribofunk, by Paul Di Filippo

Genre: Cyberpunk Publisher: Four Walls Eight Windows Published: 1996 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Jonathan M. Sullivan Have you read this book? Why not rate it? In this loosely interconnected collection of short stories, DiFillipo has created a world after my own heart, a transgenic world in which the advances …

Realware, by Rudy Rucker

Genre: Cyberpunk Publisher: William Morrow & Co Published: 2000 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Jonathan M. Sullivan Reader Rating Rudy Rucker’s fiction is concerned with mathematical anomalies and the manipulation of consciousness, the creation of new beings from the cross-fertilization of materials technology, computer science and biotech, and the lives of …

Zeitgeist, by Bruce Sterling

Genre: Cyberpunk Publisher: Bantam Published: 2000 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Jonathan M. Sullivan Reader Rating Leggy Starlitz, the pragmatic, overweight, harried protagonist of Zeitgeist, living out the tail-end of the 90’s in a dizzying succession of escapades ranging from the outlandish to the merely prosaic, is the Twentieth Century in …

Holy Fire, by Bruce Sterling

Genre: Cyberpunk Publisher: Bantam Published: 1997 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Jonathan M. Sullivan Reader Rating On the face of it, Holy Fire is about a woman’s quest for youth, for some small measure of immortality. But look deeper, and you’ll see that when Sterling’s 90 year-old protagonist, Mia, undergoes an …

All Tomorrow’s Parties, by William Gibson

Genre: Cyberpunk Publisher: Putnam Published: 1999 Reviewer Rating: Book Review by Jonathan M. Sullivan Reader Rating So you’re a hundred pages into All Tomorrow’s Parties and you’re thinking: “Okay. This is typical Gibson. It’s pungent with detail, brimming with flavor, palpable with grit. The new characters are razor-sharp, real. The old …