A Star Curiously Singing – Book Review

Who says Christian science fiction has to be predictable and boring? A Star Curiously Singing by Kerry Nietz is a first-rate sci-fi thriller with a plot that’s completely original and it definitely isn’t boring. The story is set in the not-too-distant future when the religion of Islam rules the world and a rigid class system has gone into effect. Our main character, Sandfly, is a low-class debugger. That means his whole existence is defined by his enhanced abilities to program and repair artificial intelligence. When a robot goes crazy on a government spaceship, Sandfly is brought in to find out … Continue reading A Star Curiously Singing – Book Review

Oxygen – Book Review

Oxygen by John Olson and Randy Ingermanson is a science fiction suspense novel that feels akin to the movie, Apollo 13. That movie was based on a true story about a mission to the moon that went horribly wrong. Oxygen, the book, is a fictional story about a mission to Mars that went horribly wrong. Oxygen takes that story type into several unexpected directions that are thrilling and delightful. One element that added to the human drama was the fact that the crew is made up of two men and two women. This allowed for a romantic interest to weave … Continue reading Oxygen – Book Review

Vote For Your Favorite Book

Realm Makers, an organization devoted to promoting and encouraging speculative fiction by Christian authors, is in the voting process for it’s annual Alliance Award. These are reader nominated books in the categories of Science Fiction, Fantasy or Horror, written by Christian authors. The 17 semi-finalists are listed below. To participate in the voting, all you have to do is read at least two of the books from the list and then give each of them a star rating on the realm makers website. Go to the Alliance Award page to vote. If you’re like me, you’ll have to purchase and … Continue reading Vote For Your Favorite Book