REVIEW – Germline by T.C. McCarthy

In a not-too-distant future, war is waged between the superpowers of the world for mineral resources. Oscar Wendell, a reporter for Stars and Stripes, heads for the front lines in search of a story and a Pulitzer.

REVIEW – Fuzzy Nation, by John Scalzi

I’m fairly confident when I say that fans of the original will be happy with Fuzzy Nation. It is a faithful adaptation and updating, written with the humor and style we’ve come to expect from Scalzi and a touch of Piper

REVIEW – Bone Machines, by John Dodds

Bone Machines hits all the right buttons. I was glued to the pages, cursed up a storm when my iPod died in the middle of a chapter, and was riveted to the end.

Hulk Hercules : Professional Wrestler by Catherine Schaff-Stump

In Hulk Hercules, Schaff-Stump brings the Greek Gods into the modern era, saddling them with jobs and all the problems that us normal folk have

Template, by Matthew Hughes

Hughes is fantastic at creating worlds, spinning together an intriguing plot all while exploring deep issues without being overly preachy.

The Physics of Superheroes by James Kakalios

I learned that it was Spider-Man’s webbing that killed Gwen Stacy. That Superman is able to leap 660 feet in a single bound and, surprisingly enough, Aquaman’s ability to breath underwater is not an impossibility.

Feed by Mira Grant

Feed hits all the right emotional moments and at the right time – suspense and horror, light hearted and a lot of subtle humor. There is, of course, tragedy and it comes frequently.