BOOK REVIEW — The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung

The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung Published by Little, Brown UK Publication date: 07 November 2019 To say The Tenth Muse is a triumph would be an understatement. The writing is eloquent, poised, and fresh, all without feeling that it’s trying too hard to be anything. It draws you into the world of mathematics withContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW — The Tenth Muse by Catherine Chung”

BOOK REVIEW — Body Tourists by Jane Rogers

Body Tourists by Jane Rogers Published by Sceptre, An Imprint of Hodder & Stoughton, An Hachette UK company Publication date: 14 November, 2019 Conceptually, Body Tourists intrigued me from the beginning. Though the core idea, the transplantation of consciousness, has been explored in fiction before, the blurb promised a modern take that would not shyContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW — Body Tourists by Jane Rogers”

BOOK REVIEW – A Single Source by Peter Hanington

A Single Source by Peter Hanington Published by Two Roads Books Publication date: 02 May 2019 Peter Hanington’s debut novel, A Dying Breed, made it on to my shortlist of recommendations last year. It was a clever, well-written political thriller that reminded me of the best of John le Carré, but I found, with itsContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW – A Single Source by Peter Hanington”

BOOK REVIEW – If This Goes On (anthology), edited by Cat Rambo

This anthology of 30 science fiction stories is a self-proclaimed rally cry to Americans to stand up against their current administration’s ethics and policies. Though it never mentions Donald Trump by name, it does reference ‘45’, as in the 45th president of the United States, and it is glaringly obvious that the editor feels TrumpContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW – If This Goes On (anthology), edited by Cat Rambo”