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Tag Archives: science fiction
Acevedo dazzles with her debut YA, sci-fi novel. Imaginative, insightful and exciting, Consider draws the reader deeper and deeper through a one-way portal to another dimension—her clear and engaging style presents an open invitation to binge reading. Today’s seventeen going … Continue reading
She lies in her darkened cell, alone, cold, hungry and exhausted, awaiting the tortures of the Re-Education Facility. The Regimen Custodia Terra have Liberty 554-062466-84 of Aldonia, exactly where she wants to be. Something of a MacGyver, Liberty becomes more … Continue reading
Here’s a piece from member and GUEST POSTER Theresa Linden about a topic that many Catholic writers are not familiar with: Dystopia, no it’s not a place! KC Before I wrote my dystopian fiction, Chasing Liberty, I wrote … Continue reading
When considering great novels, Ad Limina comes quickly to my mind. The story is a spectacular display of humanity. The writing was phenomenal; drawing its readers into a futurist world so easily it was almost unnoticeable. The story begins when … Continue reading
Some books leave you disappointed, some books you finish with bated breath, and some books you finish with a feeling of satisfaction that it was an enjoyable book which won’t collect dust on the shelf in coming years. My experience … Continue reading