Book Review: The Erden Archives
Book Review / July 19, 2017

Title: The Erden Archives Author: Whisky Wilson Publisher:  BookBaby Book procurement: Received from the author for an honest review. Book on Goodreads. Release Date: Nov 1, 2016. Synopsis: The Erden Archives: A Monthly Short Fiction Series by Whisky Wilson. In a digital world, truth is numeral, and whoever holds the code can break free or enslave. Erden is a world on the brink of cataclysm.  Overpopulated and unenlightened, humanity settled into a comfortable cycle of technological progress at a considerable, hidden expense. Shadow players move people, private militaries, and entire governments in a games of winner-take-all chess.  From behind the scenes, they manipulate information, spinning the truth to ensure their supremacy. The Erden Archives shares the experiences of those who discover the dark, layered depths of truth on Erden.  To see the world below the surface, individuals must decipher the ancient history of Erden.  Hidden in myth, legend and symbolism, truth waits for their discovery on the fringes of knowledge, where technology and magic blend seamlessly. Pursued by secret organizations, these individuals struggle against all odds to discover the truth before it is too late- a truth that humanity is not prepared to receive. Jessica Barnett, a student studying abroad,  finds herself in an impossible situtation.   When…

The Time Machine
Book Review / June 17, 2016

  Title: The Time Machine Author: H.G. Wells Genre: Fantasy Book procurement: Received on Google Play Books. You can buy it on Amazon. Synopsis: (Goodreads) The Time Traveler embarks on an astonishing journey into the future. His Time Machine transports him to a far-distant but dying world where humanity is divided into two classes: the graceful , idle Eloi who inhabit the idyllic surface of the world, and the Morlocks, ugly nocturnal creatures who live and work underground. In The Time Machine, Wells created one of the first and finest science fiction stories: a social allegory that is both vivid and perturbing. Review: I got this book from Google Play Store when looking for something classic and light to read. I’ve always wanted to and between this and some H.G. Wells, I’m catching up with the rest of the reading world. The story follows a character only referred to as the Time Traveler as he returns from the most extraordinary journey on the face of mankind. And I do not say that lightly. He has organized a group of respectable men to hear his almost ludicrous claim, that he was traveled in time to the far future and lived through a haunting experience. The story was engaging,…