Tag Archives: sci-fi

Review: The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton

Michael Crichton’s The Andromeda Strain was a novel recommended to me by my Microbiology professor at the beginning of the semester. Crichton is a master of blending science and fiction, and though I am not always a fan of science fiction, this book was one I enjoyed. A space probe has come back to Earth,…

Monkeyboy by S. Shane Thomas

I recently stumbled across Monkeyboy by S. Shane Thomas on NetGalley and was instantly intrigued. I was preparing to start my yoga teacher training, and seeing the name Hanuman (a Hindi monkey god) caused me to pause. A Sci-fi/Fantasy book targeted toward Middle Grade readers, it is a part of the Anki Legacies world, though can…

Frontlines series by Marko Kloos: aka Stepping Outside of my Comfort Zone

Recently I took a walk outside of my literary comfort zone. Over the past few weeks I have been reading the first four books of the Frontlines series by Marko Kloos with my husband. Set a century into the future, this sci-fi series is a great example of it’s genre: space travel and fire fights,…