Tag: Military Sci-fi

Home: Interstellar by Ray Strong

Home: Interstellar by Ray Strong

No one believed Meriel when she said the attack on her home ship, the Princess, was piracy: there had not been a reported piracy in a century, and she was just a twelve year-old kid. But Meriel knew that pirates slaughtered her parents and friends and only she could find a safe home for her […]


Blogging A-Z: M is for… Military Scifi

Military Sci-Fi ¬†As far as I can gather (as this is one of my least favourite sub-genres of science-fiction) Military Sci-Fi uses futuristic technology and weapons, often to negotiate fights with alien civilisations, or conduct battles in space, although I’ve read many a book where the military is used in a present day setting, usually […]