My Top Ten
- On Dark Shores: The Lady by JA Clement: A lyrical fantasy novel and a brilliant read.
- Doodling by Jonathan Gould: A quirky, charming bit of sci-fi and a finalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards.
- Refracted by Sheila Deeth: A sci-fi treasure of a read.
- Act of Will by M. Darusha Wehm: The second in a series, this is a fantastic cyber crime thriller (I also got my hands on an ARC copy of the third book in this series, to be reviewed in March. Yeah!)
- The Egyptian by Layton Green: A wonderful and engrossing thriller
- Joe is Online by Chris Wimpress: A fascinating and controversial apocalyptic book about the digital age.
- EboCloud by Rick Moss: Another digital age book, this one a cyber mystery.
- The Empire by Elizabeth Lang: An intriguing sci-fi novel, with a sprinkling of romance.
- Die Laughing by Louis K. Lowy: Another sci-fi book, this one with satire, comedians and aliens.
- Shadow of a Dead Star by Michael Shean: Yet another cyber crime novel, witha heck of a twist ending.
Hmmm, after reading the list I think there may be a pattern in my reading habits.
And here are some honourable mentions:
- Rabbit: Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C. Maze: A Christian vampire novel
- Symphony of Blood by Adam Pepper: A horror mystery
- End of Mae by Angela Yuriko Smith: A fun paranormal book
- In My Mind’s Eye by Justin Marciano: A wonderful memoir