Hush Sisters Hush, by Donald Krueger

Genre:  Science Fiction Publisher:  Xlibris Published: 2016 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths Have you read this book? Hush Sisters Hush by Donald Krueger can be labeled a science fiction novel in theory, but the vast majority of the novel focuses on people living through normal Midwestern lives without conflict …

From Earth to Umbria, by Patricia Howell

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher:  Xlibris Published: 2018 Reviewer Rating:  Reviewer: David L. Felts Have you read this book? It’s the far, far future, and Earth’s sun is about to go supernova, destroying all of the inner planets of the solar system, Earth included. On the alien planet Umbria, located some …

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 …

Destiny, by William Emmett

Genre: Science Fiction Publisher: Xlibris Published: 2017 Reviewer Rating: Reviewer:  Michael D. Griffiths Have you read this book? Destiny by William Emmett, came out in 2017 and it was nice to read a recently released novel. In this science fiction tale, super high tech meets a totalitarian medieval state along …

The Dark Matter, by DM Flexer

Genre: Fantasy Publisher: Xlibris Published: 2016 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Michael D. Griffiths Have you read this book? The Dark Matter by DM Flexer is a fantasy novel more than anything else, although there are some odd dashes of science fiction thrown in. It takes place on Atlantis, which …

Immortal: A Linking of Souls, by D. E. Davidson

Genre: Dark Fantasy Publisher: Xlibris Published: 2000 Reviewer Rating:  Book Review by Lynn Nicole Louis Have you read this book? After my last experience with a POD (Publish on Demand) book (The Wizard’s Wife) I was leery when Dave (the webmaster) offered me another one. Davidson’s Immortal: A Linking of …