Some of the most loved heroes are from epic sci-fi classics and Paul Atreides (Dune) and Jonnie Goodboy Tyler (Battlefield Earth) arguably set the mold.
Futuristic technology inspired by science fiction is all around us. The sci-fi tech of Dune and Battlefield Earth is no exception. These innovations are changing the world.
Everybody loves a good villain. But who is the baddest of them all? And what makes the bad guy a really good bad guy? In other words, what are the qualities that make a character we can all enjoy hating?
How the worldbuilding of Dune and Battlefield Earth transport us to their worlds and the parallel of these epic science fantasy and science fiction novels.
The science fiction sub-genre of Space Opera has not always been the most popular category in sci-fi books.
This blog is about audiobooks. And not just ordinary audiobooks. The Rolls-Royce brand of audiobooks.
So we have talked about who’s the baddest of them all. But just as there is no disagreement that it takes a really good bad guy to bring out the best in the hero, it nevertheless remains that a great hero is…well…great!