Review: The Wool Trilogy by Hugh Howey

For a while now, I’ve been intending to write something about a fab author who pens science fiction called Hugh Howey who wrote the Wool Trilogy. So, you haven’t heard of the Wool Trilogy? Oh boy. Where have you been? Hugh Howey, appeared Deus Ex Machina in 2011 and rewrote science fiction and if that Read more about Review: The Wool Trilogy by Hugh Howey[…]

Dune – Frank Herbert

I read Dune when I was twelve and I revisit it continually as its lessons remain as potent today as yesterday. It has a brooding quality that erodes limits and barriers and it emphasises certain realities, but hints at greater depths and mysteries. There is a sense of timelessness to this classic eco-religio-political piece of Read more about Dune – Frank Herbert[…]