Wednesday, 1 April 2015

SCIENCE FICTION REVIEW: The Blood Red City - Justin Richards

Release Date: 13/11/14
Publisher:  Ebury


The Vril are here. The war for humanity has begun. The Germans have lost control of their most deadly discovery. The alien Vril have awakened and are scouring the Earth for ancient relics. From the Hollywood lights of LA to the bloody devastation of Stalingrad, Major Guy Pentecross and the team at Station Z must uncover the mystery and stop the Vril and Nazis alike. Failure will mean the end of life as we know it.


If you’re after a series that has something different to a lot of books out there, then you really need to try Justin Richards Never War with its alternate world Science Fiction concepts that has not only cracking characters but also top notch prose alongside dialogue.

Here in the second outing the reader is treated to a tale that not only keeps the reader glued but also feels like it has influences of Gerry Anderson within the pages. Back this up with a story arc that doesn’t let up for a moment which when added to an author that understands how to deliver a careful mix of high octane action alongside cooler scenes to let the reader get their breath back all round gives you a book that is as rewarding as the original.

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