sci-fi novels

Hannah’s Novel Notions: A Review of Resonance by S. Alex Martin

Okay guys, listen up. I want to tell you about a book. I know I tell you about a book every other week, but this one is special. So stop what you’re doing and listen. Ready? *cracks knuckles* *pulls up chair* *takes a sip of chai tea* Let’s go. You may remember that I reviewed the novel Embassy, book 1 of the Recovery series by S. Alex Martin, a couple months ago. Well, the author sent me an advanced reader’s copy of the []

Hannah’s Novel Notions: A Review of The Martian by Andy Weir

Raise your hand if you think you could survive a plane crash on a deserted island. Most of you probably think you could…I mean, we’ve all seen Lost and Castaway. We know the drill. Catch some fish, light a fire by rubbing some sticks together – though that’s actually a lot harder than it looks, in case you’re not nerdy enough to have tried before – and try to flag down a ship. That’s not so bad. Raise your hand if you []

Hannah’s Novel Notions: A Review of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy

Attention idiots! Sorry…I’m not one to pass up a good movie reference. My name is Hannah and I’m excited to say that I’m the newest contributor to this site. Exactly who am I? Well, I’m the kind of person who pronounces words wrong because I’ve only ever seen them in novels. I’m a writer and reader who always has far too many books few bookshelves. I love words, but generally only the written kind, since people who talk too much keep me from my reading. []