Messiah by S Andrew Swann

Reviewed by Daniel Burton

In Messiah, the third and final book in his Apotheosis Series, S. Andrew Swann has crafted a fitting end to the story of the fight against the alien AI Adam. The seeds of salvation from the worlds destroying nanobots under Adam’s control are seemingly unstoppable, and the rebels are cornered to the planet of Bakunin for one last “hail Mary” shot at survival, no pun intended. Continue reading “Messiah by S Andrew Swann”

Heretics by S. Andrew Swann

Reviewed by Daniel Burton

I like action. I like suspense. I like drama. And increasingly, I like S. Andrew Swann. He knows how to write all of these into his plot, and he does it deftly, smoothly, and never lets the writing get in the way of the story. Continue reading “Heretics by S. Andrew Swann”

Prophets by S. Andrew Swann

Reviewed by Daniel Burton

S. Andrew Swann had me hooked before the last page of the prologue to Prophets. Mallory is a priest and former marine living a quiet life teaching at a university. Nicolai is outcast royalty, alone and disgraced on the anarchic world of Bakunin. Flynn is a societal reject because of his choice not to accept his culture’s norms. Tetsami is the ancestor that lives in Flynn’s mind. Parvi is the pilot and mercenary who is increasingly the pawn of events beyond her control. And all of them are about to find themselves at the mercy of a power greater than stars. Continue reading “Prophets by S. Andrew Swann”