Category: Book Reviews

The Forgotten Few – Jamie Campbell

The Forgotten Few tells the story of the journey author Jamie Campbell went through when he took a job as a correctional officer at a Pretrial Center in British Columbia. Dreaming of becoming a police officer, Campbell took this job while attending a local university studying criminology. Unfortunately, this job results in the end of his career, not the beginning he had hoped for.

Virtues of War – Bennet R. Coles

I’ll admit it: military sci-fi is not my favourite SF sub-genre. However, this book came highly recommended to me by a local independent bookstore owner. The author is another BC local, so I decided to step out of my comfort zone and give military sci-fi another chance.

Trevor Melanson Interview

Trevor Melanson is the author of two novels and an award-winning journalist who’s written for numerous publications across Canada. He lives in Vancouver with his fiancée and their cat, Gilmore. Having grown up wanting...

Terminal City – Trevor Melanson

This book caught my attention initially because it is by a local author, Trevor Melanson. Terminal City is the first book in a trilogy, and was the first fiction book by the Vancouver journalist.

Set in a fictional Vancouver, this book kept my attention with its symbolism, detailed setting, and relative realism—aside from the whole dark arts necromancy part, of course.

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