Book Review: Dangerous by Milo

August 22, 2017 Marina 1

Cross Posted form Marina’s Musings I bought this book on principle because I wanted to support Milo, especially after Simon and Schuster pulled it from Amazon after the latest manufactured outrage proved too much for […]


Review: Ordinance 93

May 30, 2017 Declan Finn 2

As I tell everyone I know, I can read practically any political message, as long as they tell me a good story. I’ll even take save the whales, as long as it’s as well done […]


Review: Murder in the Vatican, the Church Mysteries of Sherlock Homes

February 24, 2017 Declan Finn 1

[easyazon_image add_to_cart=”default” align=”right” asin=”0938501526″ cloaking=”default” height=”500″ localization=”default” locale=”US” nofollow=”default” new_window=”default” src=”” tag=”superversivesf-20″ width=”324″] Reviewing Murder in the Vatican requires a bit of backstory. When I was 13, I started reading through the collected stories of […]


Review of Monster Hunter Memoirs: Grunge

February 21, 2017 Declan Finn 1

What happens when you bring together one of the best SF&F writers into one of the best fantasy worlds in books today? Grunge. At LibertyCon, John Ringo mentioned that he had been reading Monster Hunter International because […]

Philosophy & Theology

Eta Cancri review

February 13, 2017 xewleer 4

Please welcome Xewleer to Superversive SF, he is a new reviewer and you can expect a lot more from him. His review is cross posted from his blog Spoilers! It’s a great book, and […]


In Defence of Motherhood

September 1, 2016 Ben Zwycky 2

In stark contrast to the glowing review by Marina Fontaine I commented on two days ago, another review of Beyond the Mist appeared at the Publisher’s weekly website last week. The review contains a large […]