Next week I’m going to feature reviews of science fiction published by Carina Press, two series in particular: The Tanner Sequence by Timothy S. Johnston and The Epherium Chronicles by T.D. Wilson. Carina might not be known for its science fiction offerings (yet), but these two series are a good example of the diverse genres they publish.
Both of these series immediately made it on to my reading list and both authors are now on my auto-buy list. My reviews should tell you why.
You can catch up with The Tanner Sequence, The Furnace and The Freezer, as linked. I’ll post my review for The Void next week. Today, I’m posting my review of the first book of The Epherium Chronicles, Embrace. Next week I’ll post my reviews of the next two books in that series, Crucible and Echoes. Later in the week I plan to ramble on about some of the other science fiction I’ve been reading (and writing). I might even manage a Reading Challenge Update, which will include two of the titles I’ve ticked off my 1950s Science Fiction Challenge list.
Until then, happy reading. 🙂
Featured image is available on many HD wallpaper sites. I tried and failed to source the artist, which makes me unhappy as I’d love to see more of their work.