Alien by Alan Dean Foster: A Fantastically Cheesy Yet Psychological Novelisation of One of the Greatest Horror Films of All-Time – Book Review

Alien by Alan Dean Foster is the novelisation of the 1979 sci-fi, psychological horror film of the same name. It follows the crew of a commercial space tug named Nostromo who are awakened from hyper-sleep when the ship’s AI detects a distress beacon emanating from a planet not too far off their trajectory towards home. When the crew investigates, they find themselves at the business end of a deadly hunt with an extra-terrestrial creature unlike any they’ve seen or read of before.

Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant – Book Review

Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant is an adult science-fiction horror novel that I checked-out (on Sir Betrothed’s account because mine was maxed out at the time, oops) from the library about a month ago. It caught my interest due to all of the excitement and buzz that was surrounding it, and I have…