Amped, by Daniel Wilson

This is the sequel to Robopocalypse–a continuing story of man’s  technology rising up against him. Her, whatever. It’s not exactly a  sequel, as it has no relation to Robopocalypse, except for the theme of mankind letting its creations go out … Continue reading

11/22/63, by Stephen King

Another winner by The King. Although it’s not hard to figure out that changing history can lead to some “interesting” results, Stephen King manages to throw in enough plot twists and cliffhangers that he makes the reading become an extremely … Continue reading