Monster of the Dark is one of the 2021-22 SPSFC Finalists! I read it as part of the judging process.
Duckett & Dyer is a SPSFC Finalist for the 2021-22 batch! I read it as part of the judging process.
I’ll admit right off the bat that I don’t tend to pick up comedies, so I wasn’t sure how I would get on with this one. But, thanks to the SPSFC, I gave it a go and found that actually I quite enjoyed it! Nair knows how to write comedy and kept throwing unexpected surprises at me through every turn.
Steel Guardian is a finalist in the first ever SPSFC! I read it as part of the judging process.
Well, when I started this book I didn’t expect it to be as wholesome as it was. It was also a completely addictive read!
A Touch of Death is a semi-finalist in SPSFC.
would enjoy, and I was right. This book takes the apocalyptic sci-fi genre and somehow makes it it’s own.
hat Branches Grow is one of the SPSFC semi-finalists and was assigned to FanFiAddict in the semi-finals.
This is very much the story of a journey. Early on Delia and Gennero meet and Gennero ends up following Delia into the wastelands. Somewhere along that journey he decides he doesn’t want to return to the town he lived in, and instead befriends her and joins her on her quest to reach a mythical city that isn’t ravaged by the wastes. I enjoyed all of the nods to other post-apocalyptic worlds.
Lost Solace is a semi-finalist in SPSFC and was assigned to FanFiAddict in the semi-finals.
Lost Solace starts in the middle of the action, at some point in the past Opal has stolen a ship and hacked the AI so it is helping her. The backstory to this gets revealed slowly over the course of the book and it’s so well woven into the narrative. We quickly find a lost ship and the story really goes from here.
Top notch sci-fi read. A true epic space opera that brings multiple sci-fi elements from religious Zealotry, Oppressive Overlords, Ancient civilizations, FTL travel and Lost mysteries all together into one sublime piece of sci-fi brilliance!
Zero Day Threat is a semi-finalist in the SPSFC! This is my personal review and does not reflect the thoughts of the rest of my team.
Zero Day Threat has a trope that we all love, found family. R.M. Olsen takes a ragtag group of criminals and turns them into a family, who might fight at times, but ultimately work together to perform a heist to steal a piece of technology. We mainly read from Jez’s point of view, an incredible pilot who can perform every manoeuvre possible with her arms tied behind her back, literally.
Team FanFiAddict announce their top 3 #SPSFC semi-finalists!
Congratulations to everyone who took part! We had a really strong pool of books to pick from and we highly recommend that you take the time to read some of the books that didn’t quite make the cut.
After many months of reading we here at FanFiAddict are finally ready to announce our top 10 books!
We had an incredible group of books to choose from & we urge you to go and check out any and all books from our allocation that catch your eye.
Hello and welcome to FanFiAddict’s stop on the book tour for T. A. Bruno’s On the Winds of Quasars (The Song of Kamaria #2). We want to thank Justine & Timy @ Storytellers on Tour for letting us be involved, and a big shoutout to Tom on his newest release! Below, you will find information on the book […]
We’re getting close to the start of the first ever Self-Published Science Fiction Competition aka. SPSFC we thought it would be a good time to introduce the FanFiAddict reviewer team! We’re thrilled to be a part of the inaugural competition and get our teeth into some self-published Sci-Fi!