Father of Contention by Lanie Mores

“Father of Contention” follows scientist Renner Scholz as he continues his research in recombinant DNA technology, and Milena Nowak, a psychic he eventually falls in love with. Renner, previously a skeptic when it comes to psychic phenomena, becomes obsessed with understanding Milena’s powers. This obsession leads him down a dark and frightening path. Renner’s fascination changes him for the worse, and Milena is left at his mercy.

Discovery by Jack and Sue Drafahl

“Discovery,” is the first book in the Ship Series by authors Jack and Sue Drafahl. The adventure begins when Jake McDonald stumbles onto an ancient, alien spaceship while deep sea diving off the California coast. This ship has been asleep for over 188,000 years. Jake’s presence wakes it up and it is soon fully restored to life. Jake has been down on his luck, and this discovery is one that will alter the downward course that his life has been taking.

“Guardian of Angel” by Lanie Mores

“Guardian of Angel” is the second book in the Father of Contention Series by Lanie Mores. The title has a play on words, as it has many Christian elements to the story, yet also includes mystery, suspense, and the righting of wrongs.

“Lost in the Moments that Follow” by Adam B. Davy

LOST IN THE MOMENTS THAT FOLLOWAdam B. DavyIndependently Published (2019)ISBN 9781714111473Reviewed by Rachel Dehning for Reader Views (1/2020) “Lost in the Moments that Follow” by Adam B. Davy is a science-fiction story of how the crew of System One is living and dealing with the aftermath of “The Black.” “The Black” is the term given... Continue Reading →

“Reaper Moon: Race War in the Post Apocalypse” by Ted Neill

REAPER MOONTed NeillTenebray Press (2019)ISBN 9781791550943Reviewed by Sheri Hoyte for Reader Views (11/19) “Reaper Moon: Race War in the Post Apocalypse” by Ted Neill is an eerie, what-if, sci-fi novel with elements of horror that are so petrifying, you just might find yourself thinking about it at all hours of the day and night, long... Continue Reading →

“Two Skies Before Night” by Robert Gryn

TWO SKIES BEFORE NIGHTRobert GrynRobert Omeljanivk (2018)ISBN 9781942392088Reviewed by Araceli Noriega for Reader Views (11/19) Robert Gryn’s sci-fi novel, “Two Skies Before Night” sets out to walk readers through a double murder mystery set in an alternate universe in which social dilemmas masquerade as astute criticism of our own society. Mr. Gryn’s ability to transport... Continue Reading →

“The Solar Patrol” by J.G. Miller

THE SOLAR PATROLJ.G. MillerOutskirts Press (2019)ISBN 9781977207166 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (08/19) “The Solar Patrol” is an epic space opera by J.G. Miller. The adventure begins in 1995, in East Pencreek, Pennsylvania, when a young man shows up, claiming to be Tom Cobalt, who disappeared, when he was 13, with two friends... Continue Reading →

“The Devil’s Dragon” by Jason Boggs

THE DEVIL’S DRAGON Jason F. BoggsMill City Press (2019)ISBN 9781635054811 Reviewed By Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (07/19) “The Devil’s Dragon” is the first book in a Space Opera trilogy by Jason F. Boggs. The story begins by taking us into lives of two protagonists from different planets. Both individuals operate out of the belief... Continue Reading →

“Literature” by Guillermo Stitch

LITERATURE Guillermo StitchNineveh Editions (2018)ISBN 9781987775679Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (6/19) “Literature” by author Stitch is a futuristic view of what the world would be like without access to books. The protagonist is Billy Stringer, a former athlete turned sports reporter for the Herald. Given that books and a majority of literature is... Continue Reading →

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