Mr. S. W. Wetherell

Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (15 of 18)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 85,449 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 18
Clerical Error (Caverns and Creatures) by Robert Bevan
5.0 out of 5 stars Holy $%&!, 12 Mar 2014
How does an atheist consolidate his god-given healing powers? Dave learns a hard lesson when he inadvertently offends a god he was fairly certain didn't exist, and once again the boys are in trouble. Humour, heroism and heathenism collide as we once again return to the world of Cardinia, where twisted logic, cruel fate, and divine-practical jokes are all part of the game.
VISIONS of WOOL, A Silo Story by Hanna Elizabeth
VISIONS of WOOL, A Silo Story by Hanna Elizabeth
I came into this story without any prior knowledge of the WOOL stories, and the world they are set in. That being said, I found Visions of Wool to be accommodating to first timers, with sympathetic characters, almost immediate action and a lot of fun concepts. Though set in a science-fiction/dystopia setting, Visions is much more a story of people and prophecy as the lead character comes to terms with her unique gifts.
ROOF by John Gregory Hancock
ROOF by John Gregory Hancock
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good, solid sci-fi, 1 Mar 2014
Having only read (and enjoyed) Hancock's short story collections, I was excited to see how he fared in a longer tale, and was not disappointed. ROOF tells the tale of corporate drones, both human and mechanical, as a government given over to corporate power approaches a horrifying event horizon. As machines begin to further infiltrate every facet of human life, Hancock explores the concepts of worth, freedom and what it really means to be human.