Review by Chiara Vitale Zelaia ****
Posted 06/11/2023 in Night Sirens
The story is told through multiple perspectives of key players from all the various factions, which not only adds depth to the storytelling, but also helps to build brimming tension as it becomes harder and harder to keep the existence of feeders a secret.
Review by Kelvin White *****
Posted 16/10/2023 in F/X-26
One gets the impression the author has not only inside knowledge of the murky world of the arms trade and an intimate knowledge of military aircraft and weapons, but also how the finance and business side operates.
Review of ‘The Singapore Saga’ by Kelvin White *****
Posted 16/10/2023 in My Book Reviews
With ‘The Singapore Saga’, Kelvin White thrusts the reader into a fast-paced story that combines superb dialogue and narrative.
Review by Jeyran Main
Posted 30/09/2023 in Night Sirens
‘Night Sirens’ is a contemporary story filled with romance and psychological elements. It all begins with Frank Hram, an assassin and a Covenant keeper, who kills rogue feeders. They kill people by sucking life energy from them, which makes the suddenly old.
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15 Comments - Posted 25/08/2023 in Blogging
Literary Titan – The Killer Enigma offers a fresh perspective on the complexities of small-town existence and the lengths individuals are willing to go to liberate themselves from the constricting grasp of urban life.
Reviewed by Doreen Chombu *****
Posted 18/12/2022 in Night Sirens
Frank Hram seems like an ordinary financial consultant, but he is a Covenant Keeper; an assassin hired by a secret…
Review of ‘Time Terminus’ by David Gittlin ****
Posted 31/08/2022 in My Book Reviews
If they can survive the first ten pages, Time Terminus will either disappoint, or in a quirky way, leave a satisfied afterglow.
Review by Simon Brenncke ****
Posted 06/08/2022 in Shadow Masters
The “Shadow Gods” series is an unmissable read for fans of hard sci-fi. It is also an unmissable read for sci-fi fans enjoying world-building with its wide-spinning cultural and political developments. To be clear: this book makes no exception to the series.