Review: “Delta-V” by Daniel Suarez

Delta-V (A Delta-v Novel) by Daniel Suarez. Dutton. 448 pages. Daniel Suarez has got to be one of my favorite authors these days, especially when it comes to the genre referred to as techno-thrillers. If you don’t know what a “techno-thriller” is, think of Michael Crichton and his line of books: Andromeda Strain, Congo, and … More Review: “Delta-V” by Daniel Suarez

Private Parts

If you go to author Neil Stephenson’s (author of books like Cryptonomicon and Anathem) website, you will get a message that goes something like this: Dear Reader, if you appreciate my books, then I encourage you to leave me alone and let me focus on my work. Thank you. N. Stephenson. Writing is a solitary … More Private Parts

Review: “Lines of Departure” by Marko Kloos

I’m a sucker for a good military science fiction story. The best that I have ever read–classics–are Starship Troopers by Robert Heinlein (the book, not the movie!) and The Forever War by Joe Haldeman. Well, there’s a new storyteller in town. I first came across Terms of Enlistment, the first book in Marko Kloos’ Frontlines … More Review: “Lines of Departure” by Marko Kloos