Book Review: The Belfore Void by Joey Rogers

My thanks to the author Joey Rogers and Booktasters for a review copy of the book. The Belfore Void is a sci-fi story with an element of mystery. Out story opens thirty years in the past in Belfore University where PhD students Jenny and Daniel are setting up for a televised experiment for a battery…

Book Review: Galileo’s Daughter by Dava Sobel

This book is more the story of Galileo than his daughter, but anchored for the most part around the correspondence between the two, or rather what has survived of it which is only her letters to him but not his to her (These I think were destroyed by her order because of the controversy surrounding…

Of Dinos and Men: The Lost World and the Lost World

This is from my reading journal of a few years ago when I found myself with Michael Crichton’s The Lost World as well as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Lost World on my TBR―both of course adventure tales and both involving dinosaurs. I decided to read them together just to see whether the similarities ran…