Review of Primordia by Greig Beck

When former soldier Ben Cartwright discovers his namesake ancestor’s papers after his father passes away, he finds a connection to Arthur Conan Doyle’s story, The Lost World, in Primordia.Was Doyle’s story based the expedition that took his ancestor’s life in 1908? Could there really be a place in Venezuela where extinct creatures still walked the […]

Review of Emergence by C.J. Cherryh

While paidhi-aiji Bren Cameron is back home on the island of Mospheira setting up security and tutelage for the three young human children about to be sent down from the space station in Emergence,the Aiji’s young heir, Cajeiri, is in the middle of his own troubles at his great uncle’s estate of Tirnamardi, where a […]

Review of Hybrid by Michael Esola

Back home in San Francisco, Bick Downs has been asked to join the Society of Cryptozoological Agents by John Corstine in Hybrid.His first case involves catching a eusmilus, a type of saber-toothed cat thought to be long extinct. Two of Bick’s friends have also been asked to join the S.C.A.¬†and with two other team members, […]

Review of Keystone by Luke Talbot

When Gail Turner got the chance of a lifetime to go on an archeological dig in Egypt, she never expected to make a discovery that would change everything we knew about Queen Nefertiti in Keystone.The discovery, knows as the Library of Amarna, also brought with it the mystery of a glyph known as the Amarna […]

Review of Prehistoric by Michael Esola

In the rainforest of Indonesia, a massive boardwalk project is underway and Bick Downs is one of the people invited to view the potential investment opportunity. The creation of John Corstine, the boardwalk extends miles through the treetop canopy. But a Prehistoricpredator stalks the unsuspecting group and only luck will keep some of them alive. […]