Akaela by E.E. Giorgi (Mayake Chronicles #1)

Akaela by E.E. Giorgi

First of all I have to admit that I love everything by Elena Giorgi, so I might be a tad biased in my reviews 🙂 Akaela is the latest offering by this fast rising author, who started her writing career with her popular Track Presius series. This new book however, the first in the Mayake Chronicles, is catered towards the young adult readership, although I have to say it can be easily read by anyone – and I say this as I am over the age of 45 already. The author has a knack for writing sci-fi futuristic thrillers with some paranormal […] Read more »

Gene Cards by E. E. Giorgi (Skyler Donohue #1)

Gene Cards by E. E. Giorgi

Gene Cards is the first book in a new series by the author E. E. Giorgi, best known for her Track Presius mystery series. Her new book is labeled dystopian in genre, however having read it, I think it’s a complex futuristic techno-thriller at heart. The story is set in the near future in the year 2056, in a time when human genes play the crucial role in defining who a person is, and as a consequence in splitting the world in two: those who have healthy gene are living a ‘normal’ life in an enclosed city, whereas the unlucky […] Read more »

Mosaics by E. E. Giorgi (Track Presius #2)

Mosaics by E E Giorgi

Mosaics is the second book in the Track Presius crime mystery series by the author E. E. Giorgi. I have already read and reviewed the first book, so I was delighted when the author send me the second one over the email with a request to review it as well. The story picks up some time after the first one. This time Track (Ulysses)  has given up on working with the police and is doing PI stuff by himself. Of course he doesn’t miss the police work and his buddies, including Satish, at all, or at least so he tells […] Read more »

Chimeras by E.E. Giorgi (Track Presius #1)

Chimeras by E E Giorgi

Chimeras is the first book in the Track Presius series by E. E. Giorgi. It is also the author’s debut novel. I received the book from the author with a request to read and review, and as it is a first in a new series, which means that I don’t have to read any previous ones to catch up to, I was happy to. I do have to put the negative right up front: after a few pages, I almost gave up on the book. I was reading and not understanding what I was reading. I put the book down and […] Read more »