Tag Archives: Science Fiction

The Fifth Man (Oxygen #2)

Maybe the biggest struggle of writing a sequel is how to give readers what they liked in the previous story while still breaking new ground. Fortunately, Olson and Ingermanson find that balance. The Fifth Man gives that same mix of technical details balanced by humor and intricate plotting balanced with interesting characters that made Oxygen so enjoyable.

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Oxygen (third edition) (Oxygen Series Book 1)

Reviewed by: Connor Salter, Professional Writing student at Taylor University   Introduction Title: Oxygen (third edition) (Oxygen Series Book 1) Author: John B. Olson, Randy Ingermanson Publisher: Enclave Publishing Publication Date: 2015 (originally published 2001) Format: Paperback Length: 405 pages OVERVIEW As far as future astronaut Bob Kaganovski is concerned, things are going smoothly. He’s one a four-person team training to go […]

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(Book review) Logic’s End

Logic’s End plot and message play off each other seamlessly, conveying a powerful lesson about retaining a sense of  curiosity and about nurturing all one loves and holds dear and hopes for.

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(Book review) Probing: Harbingers: Cycle Three

Reviewed by: Rachel M. Pfeiffer, a professional writing major at Taylor University. _____________________________________________________________________________ INTRODUCTION Title: Probing: Harbingers: Cycle Three Author: Bill Myers, Frank Peretti, Angela Hunt, Alton Gansky Publisher: Bethany House Publication Date: 2017 Format: print paperback book Length: 370 pages OVERVIEW Brenda, Andi, Tank, and the Professor are a team whether they like it or not. Forces beyond […]

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