Category Archives: Science Fiction

Review: The Kindred by Alechia Dow

The Kindred is Alechia Dow’s latest novel, and I have been hearing SO much about it. I just knew that I had to give it a try. Okay, I’ll confess that the title also caught my attention. Continue reading

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Review: Steelstriker by Marie Lu

Steelstriker is the second and final novel in Marie Lu’s Skyhunter series. It feels odd to be saying goodbye to these characters so quickly, but I’d rather see the story get a proper ending. Continue reading

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Review: Noor by Nnedi Okorafor

Nnedi Okorafor is back with another brilliant novel, Noor. If you’re a fan of science fiction novels that will actually make you stop and think – be sure to check out her works, including this most recent novel. Continue reading

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Review: Blindsight by Peter Watts

Are you reading to dive into a speculative science fiction novel full of aliens, vampires, and monsters? Then it’s time to talk about Blindsight by Peter Watts. Continue reading

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Review: And Then I Woke Up by Malcolm Devlin

And Then I Woke Up is the latest novel by Malcolm Devlin, though if I’m being honest, it is also the first novel I’ve read by this author. However, when I saw the pitch for this book, I knew I had to read it. Anytime you promise me a book that reads like a Mira Grant or Stephen Graham Jones novel, I’m there. Continue reading

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Review: The Freedom Race by Lucinda Roy

The Freedom Race is the first novel in Lucinda Roy’s The Dreambird Chronicles series, and it is a series like no other. It blends science fiction fantasy with dystopian elements, and it does so flawlessly. Better yet, it has a poignant message written into the narrative, which makes it all the more powerful in my book. Continue reading

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Review: Skyward Flight: The Collection by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Patterson

Skyward Flight is the entire short story collection for well, Skyward Flight. They are three novellas written by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Patterson, and they fit within the larger world and series. They are Sunreach, ReDawn, and Evershore. Continue reading

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Review: Queen’s Hope by E.K. Johnston

Series: Star Wars Disney Canon Novel, Padme #3Author: E.K. JohnstonPublisher: Disney Lucasfilm PressReleased: April 5, 2022Received: Own Queen’s Hope is the third (and final) installment in E.K. Johnston’s Padmé Amidala series. It has been an absolute delight to read, so I … Continue reading

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Review: When the Sparrow Falls by Neil Sharpson

Looking for a new dystopian science fiction novel to dive into? Check out Neil Sharpson’s When the Sparrow Falls Continue reading

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Review: Cytonic by Brandon Sanderson

Is it time to cheer? Yes, yes, it is. The third (and thankfully NOT last) novel in Brandon Sanderson’s Skyward series is here. Cytonic is about to bring readers back to Spensa and the insane adventures she finds herself on. Continue reading

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