The Genesis Conspiracy Audiobook Review

Author James D. Prescott and narrator Gary Tiedemann once again team up and pull off an exciting action-packed thriller in “The Genesis Conspiracy”.  It is a bit shorter than the author’s other works at just under six in a half hours of audio, but as a listener, the book is fulfilling, enjoyable and engaging.  If… Continue reading The Genesis Conspiracy Audiobook Review

City of Sand Audiobook Review

“City of Sand” is a pleasant and welcomed change from your standard piece of contemporary science fiction found today on Audible.  The book is written by Robert Kroese who currently has authored nearly twenty books at the time of this review; most appear to be well received.  The audiobook’s narration is decently performed by Jennifer… Continue reading City of Sand Audiobook Review

Autonomous Future Book 1 of the Autonomous Series Audiobook Review

If you are a fan of artificial intelligence (AI) or enjoy a decent story of what such a future may look like, you might want to pick up the debut novel “Autonomous Future” by Victor Illian.  It is a multifaceted tail of computers (much more powerful than a TRS-80 which the author worked on.) which… Continue reading Autonomous Future Book 1 of the Autonomous Series Audiobook Review

IoTaWatt Energy Monitoring Device Review

Have you ever sat and wondered the amount of energy a given device in your house uses?  How about the energy use of your entire house?  You may have even purchased one of many devices like the Kill-A-Watt, so you can attach it to an outlet and connect a device like a TV to see… Continue reading IoTaWatt Energy Monitoring Device Review

Pangea Online Book One: Death and Axes: A LitRPG Novel Audiobook Review

“Pangea Online” is the first piece in the newly created “Death and Axes” series which I believe is the initial work from author S. L. Rowland on Audible at the time of this review.  The audiobook is rightly classified as a LitRPG Novel, Literary Role-Playing Game, which often follows one or more characters as they… Continue reading Pangea Online Book One: Death and Axes: A LitRPG Novel Audiobook Review

Black Swan Planet

“Black Swan Planet” is a unique, interesting, and entertaining take on the satirical science fiction genre.  The book is written by James Peters and the audiobook edition is very well narrated by David Swanson.  Let me say that it was the cover art, consisting of a chimpanzee in an astronaut suit, that drew me to… Continue reading Black Swan Planet

The Day of the Martians Audiobook Review

“The Day of the Martians”, authored by H.E. Wilburson and narrated by both Terry Thompson and Harry Preston, is a continuation of the events that occurred in H. J. Well’s “War of the Worlds”.  Those who are familiar with the work of H. G. Wells, believed that all the aliens had been destroyed at the… Continue reading The Day of the Martians Audiobook Review