Book Review of Nnedi Okorafor’s WHO FEARS DEATH

Book Review of Wole Soyinka Prize, Nebula, Hugo Award winner, and more Nnedi Okorafor, PhD.’s Who Fears Death.

Book Review of Darren Joy’s upcoming novel “A Malignant Fetch”, book two of the Plagueborn novels

Joy’s second book in the Plagueborn series: A Malignant Fetch, is just as exciting and engrossing as his first novel: A Viral Imperium.

Book Review of Nandita Khandelwal’s “Climate Change – Health Connection”

The best description of climate change, how it affects the Earth, and what we can do about it, that I’ve read so far.

Interview with Darren Joy, author of the epic, dark fantasy book A Viral Imperium

Interview with Darren Joy, the author of the epic, dark fantasy book A Viral Imperium, and the upcoming second book in the The Plagueborn series, A Malignant Fetch.

Book Review of Barak Obama’s “A Promised Land”

A Promised Land is an insightful autobiography of national and international politics that gives you a front row seat to what it’s like to be a political leader.

Review of Chris Hadfield’s: An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth

Review of An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth by Chris Hadfield Although this book has been out since 2013 I only just read it. I am always looking for a story that is motivational, not because it tells me what I want to hear but because it’s real.  An Astronaut’s Guide To Life OnContinue reading “Review of Chris Hadfield’s: An Astronaut’s Guide To Life On Earth”

Book Review of Cixin Lui’s “Death’s End”

Book Review of Cixin Lui’s “Death’s End” (translated by Ken Liu), the third book in the Three Body Problem. * In Chinese the surname is placed first Cixin Lui has written the next evolution in Science Fiction.  Whereas Star Trek asks how will we react to certain circumstances, Cixin Lui suggests what could happen. HowContinue reading “Book Review of Cixin Lui’s “Death’s End””

Review of Heartland by John Holland

I purchased John Holland’s poetry book Dry Bones as a gift for my librarian sister-in-law.  I won’t comment on the book because poetry is personal.  I did read it before I gave it to her.  The only regret is that I didn’t buy the book directly from John and ask him to sign it.  AfterContinue reading “Review of Heartland by John Holland”