“A Star Curiously Singing” by Kerry Nietz Book Review

Imagine if you had access to the world’s data with a mere thought. The plethora of ideas and knowledge available to you would shape your life immeasurably.

Now image with that ability comes a restriction. You are free to access all the data but every thought you have must conform to a set of codes and thinking outside of the worldwide zeitgeist would result in physical pain.

That is the world of a debugger in Kerry Neitz’s fantastic cyberpunk novel A Star Curiously Singing.
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“Failstate” by John W. Otte – Book Review

John W. Otte’s debut novel, Failstate, follows Robin Laughlin (the secret identity of the titular hero) on a journey of faith and freedom.

Aimed at a Christian YA audience, this Christy Award-nominated novel explores a niche that has yet to be fully explored by Christian authors and is sure to appeal to teen readers. Continue reading ““Failstate” by John W. Otte – Book Review”

“A Time to Die” by Nadine Brandes Book Review

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to know the day you would die? Would you live differently? Would you feel invincible?

Set in a dystopian future, A Time to Die by first-time novelist Nadine Brandes follows the story of a teenage girl who learns that faith in God doesn’t have an expiration date. Continue reading ““A Time to Die” by Nadine Brandes Book Review”