Category Archives: Science Fiction

Blog Tour & Review: Junkyard Bargain by Faith Hunter

Pardon me as I squee, but I’m so excited to have Junkyard Bargain in my hands! Junkyard Bargain is the second novella in Faith Hunter’s Junkyard Cats series. If you love post-apocalyptic stories and cats, you’re just going to love it. Continue reading

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Review: Girl One by Sara Flannery Murphy

Girl One is perfect for those of you that want to see a little bit of science fiction in their thrillers. Or is it a little bit of thriller in their science fiction? Either way, that’s the simple truth. Continue reading

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Review: Reclaimed by Madeleine Roux

I originally fell in love with Madeleine Roux’s writing back when Salvaged came out (not that long ago, actually). And now she’s bringing readers another science fiction thriller, Reclaimed, and I am all sorts of here for it. Continue reading

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Review: Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao

The Iron Widow is the first novel in a series of the same name, written by Xiran Jay Zhao. This is one of those books that has been getting a lot of ink – and with good reason. I’m so happy to see it making so many different lists, and I hope that many readers get a chance to read it! Continue reading

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Review: Dead Space by Kali Wallace

I’m just going to come out and say it: Dead Space is the best science fiction novel I’ve read this year. And I expect it will still be my favorite by the end of the year. This is a thrilling tale written by Kali Wallace that merges science fiction with horror, with touches of mystery. Continue reading

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Review: Flash Fire by T.J. Klune

Flash Fire, written by T.J. Klune, is the second novel in The Extraordinaries #2 series, and oh my god, this series is SO good. I fell in love with the first novel not too long ago, and I was so happy that I could dive right on into the second novel. Now I’m here, waiting on bated breath for the news of the third. Continue reading

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Review: One Day All This Will Be Yours by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Adrian Tchaikovsky’s latest novella, One Day All This Will Be Yours, is a memorable and highly entertaining read – one that I recommend for all fans of time travel stories, especially if you want something tinged with a bit of humor. Continue reading

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Review: The Past Is Red by Catherynne M. Valente

The Past Is Red is the latest novella to come from the mind of Catherynne M. Valente, and boy is it going to hit you straight in the feels. This novella is one part of science fiction and one part post-apocalyptic, and it carries heavy notes. Continue reading

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Review: Octavia E. Butler: Kindred, Fledgling, Collected Stories

Octavia E. Butler is a foundational author of science fiction – yet I had never had the pleasure of reading her works. Not until very recently. Horrible of me, I know. When I saw Octavia E. Butler: Kindred, Fledgling, Collected Stories, I knew that this was my chance to finally correct that mistake. Continue reading

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Review: Mirror’s Edge by Scott Westerfeld

Series: Impostors #3Author: Scott WesterfeldPublisher: Scholastic PressReleased: April 6th, 2021Received: Own It’s time. Mirror’s Edge is the third novel in Scott Westerfeld’s Imposters series, and for a little bit there, I naively thought that it was also the conclusion to … Continue reading

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