The Business by Iain Banks

I have read a few Iain M. Banks before but not Iain Banks. Whats the difference, well M does science fiction & none M does mainstream fiction. The Business was published in the late 1990’s and is set in that time period but does not feel to out of date with modern technology, yet the ...

Stone Spring by Stephen Baxter

The last few books that Stephen Baxter has wrote were all based on humans encountering some sort of climate related problems, as in the Flood & Ark. But the Stone Spring is set in the Mesolithic period when at some point the English channel was not under water but connected to main land Europe. Even ...

Freedom – Daniel Suarez

After quickly reading the Daemon and really enjoying the read I was very pleased to find out that Daniel Suarez had released a squeal entitled Freedom. The story line follows on directly from the Daemon so you can read them back to back without thinking that you have changed books at all, it just keeps ...

Daemon – Daniel Suarez

It all starts with a suspicious murder at a wealth mansion owed by CEO of a tech company, but this murder was not so straight forward as it seems. More killings take place that suggests a organised plan be hide these killings. but all fingers are pointing to one man, and that man is meant ...

The Gods Themselves by Asimov

When another parallel universe which is inhabited by strange aliens starts to runout of power & food from it’s own suns, a device is created that draws energy from our universe to theys via the pump. This in turn provides energy back that now solves the problem of creating clean & sustainable energy sources. But ...

Blink by Malcolm Gladwell

First book of 2011 was Blink by Malcolm Gladwell a man with big hair but also a famous staff writer for the New Yorker Magazine & public speaker. This is not the sort of book I would buy normally, and I did not as it was a present from my sister. So blink is all ...