From Altered Instinct: Prometheus and the Dragon

“This book really takes up the gauntlet cast down by the opening book in the series and runs with it – it’s an absolute thrill ride full of hard decisions and harder consequences.’

“More than a few times I cursed at the book as I turned pages filled with moments that bit deep. Then against those there are moments where you punch the air – such as when the Flight Infantry deploys in a skirmish on the Moon, tumbling out of the back of the vehicle carrying them at hundreds of miles an hour. It’s the kind of kickass moment that reminds me of the Orion Ship in Niven and Pournelle’s Footfall – a spaceship propelled by dropping nuclear bombs underneath it.”

“Science kicking ass.”

Stephen Hunt –   February 11, 2017

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From E.M. Swift-Hook: Atlas and the Winds

“One of my favourite authors, I can recommend these books to anyone who enjoys good writing in the science-fiction genre – and the Atlas and the Winds books are going to appeal to those who enjoy a thundering good thriller too! From the same stable as Michael Crichton, Eric has the science background and the human insight to bring that extra convincing depth to his stories.”

Review of Stormhaven Rising
“There is no doubt about it – this is a very well written book. The use of language is fluent and appropriate throughout. It is very easy to read and attains that essential threshold at which the words almost slip from conscious awareness leaving only the story they are telling in their wake.”

“All in all, this is a book that is going to be enjoyed by most science-fiction enthusiasts. It is also a book for everyone who loves well-written, taut, action thrillers and political drama.”

Review of Prometheus and the Dragon
“This book has insight and insanity, humour and horror, courageous feats and catastrophic fiascos, it shows humanity at its finest and its most feral. And as with all good literature, it turns the mirror back on those who are its readers, challenging them to consider where they would stand or how they would fall.”

“This is a very well written and compelling book and if you enjoy political thrillers, near future dystopias, apocalyptic sci-fi – or seek a thought provoking and plausible insight into one way humanity could react in the face of such an extreme crisis, I would recommend this book wholeheartedly.”

E.M Swift-Hook – One of Fortune’s Fools February, 2, 2017

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From BookPleasures: Prometheus and the Dragon

“Eric Michael Craig does an excellent job providing characters who represent the multiple perspectives and widely differing agendas of a number of nations, scientists, political and military leaders, as well as religious groups.”

“Without giving anything away, the concluding chapters include so much emotional punch that readers may well be breathless … If you’re like me, you’ll want to go beyond these two novels, read book three, and look forward to the rest of the series.”

“To me, Eric Michael Craig undeniably deserves to be lauded as an important new voice in science fiction.”

Dr. Wesley Britton – January 23, 2017

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From Altered Instinct: Stormhaven Rising

“If you want a book with all the feeling of a blockbuster, then this hits the spot.”

“This is Big science-fiction, with a capital B, spanning a host of characters around the globe and beyond.”

“This is a blockbuster in the style of Niven and Pournelle hits such as Lucifer’s Hammer or Footfall, where the life and death of the world hangs in the balance, and wrong decisions made along the way put everyone in peril.”

Stephen Hunt –  September 26, 2016

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From BookPleasures: Stormhaven Rising

“The concept of the destruction of earth because of an asteroid crashing into our planet can be traced back to 1933’s When Worlds Collide by Philip Wylie and Edwin Balmer.   Since then, sci fi novels and high-octane Hollywood films have used the idea for a number of cinematic thrillrides from Armageddon to Asteroid to Deep Impact. Still, Stormhaven Rising is far more complex and believable than its literary ancestor.”

“Stormhaven Rising, an epic on its own terms, sets the stage for an epic series in its wake. If this sort of sci fi is your cup of tea, you too will likely dig into this saga in short order. It’s a ride well worth taking as Craig breathes considerable fresh air into a well-established tradition.”

Dr. Wesley Britton – January 17, 2017

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