Books by Kerry Nietz:

Kerry's bookshelf: read

Brave New World
really liked it
I somehow missed reading this book during my high school and college years, even though I read many of the other classic dystopian novels—namely “1984”, “Fahrenheit 451”, and “Logan’s Run”. I can’t say that I found “Brave New World” as i...
it was amazing
A few weeks back I realized I’d never read “Frankenstein.” I was aware of the character, of course. I’d seen it in movies, and maybe even read an illustrated version as a kid. But I’d never actually read Mary Shelley’s words. So I downlo...
Write. Publish. Repeat.: The No-Luck-Required Guide to Self-Publishing Success
it was amazing
After a decade and half of writing, I recently found myself with the publishing rights for all my books. I had a few ideas as to what to do with them—I was planning on releasing them independently—but I wasn’t sure if my ideas were sound...
The Bloodheart
it was amazing
I really enjoyed “The Bloodheart.” The characters and settings were unique and interesting. I never knew where I was going next, but when I got there, I wasn’t disappointed. It was always vivid and cool. The plot was strong too, and logi...
The Hunt for Vulcan: . . . And How Albert Einstein Destroyed a Planet, Discovered Relativity, and Deciphered the Universe
it was amazing
Author Levenson did a notable thing here—he took a slice of history steeped in physics, advanced mathematics, and astronomy and made it captivating reading. How? By showing the human side of the equation. “The Hunt for Vulcan” doesn’t ...
The Martian
it was amazing
I love survival stories. I also love science fiction stories that are infused with science. So, clearly “The Martian” is a book that seems tailor-made for my enjoyment. I appreciate the author’s effort in making this story seem plausible...