Category Archives: Science Fiction

Review: Wayward by Chuck Wendig

Wow. Chuck Wendig sure has a way with words, doesn’t he? I’ll be honest; I never expected a sequel to Wanderers, though now I question why. Wayward felt inevitable – a follow-up that we’ve all been waiting for. Continue reading

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Review: Newdawn Roamers by Dominique Luchart

Series: The Newdawn Saga #0Author: Dominique LuchartPublisher: Windom PublishingReleased: February 13, 2020Received: Reedsy Newdawn Roamers is the prequel novel to Dominique Luchart’s Newdawn Saga. I’ve never read the series, but I thought the prequel would make a good starting point for this … Continue reading

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Review: Ocean’s Echo by Everina Maxwell

Oh wow. I loved Winter’s Orbit and have been looking forward to Ocean’s Echo. It did not disappoint! For those wondering, while Ocean’s Echo is a sequel, there is no requirement to read Winter’s Orbit first (though you should read it, you know, for fun). Continue reading

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Review: Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak by Charlie Jane Anders

Series: Unstoppable #2Author: Charlie Jane AndersPublisher: Tor TeenReleased: April 5, 2022Received: NetGalley The sequel to Charlie Jane Anders‘ Victories Greater Than Death is finally here! Dreams Bigger Than Heartbreak is the second novel in the Unstoppable series, and I am still utterly enthralled by this … Continue reading

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Review: Last Exit by Max Gladstone

Last Exit is the latest novel to come from the mind of Max Gladstone, a science fiction and fantasy author I’ve been reading for years. Naturally, that meant I had to scoop it up! Though, if I’m being honest, that cover would have drawn me in regardless. Continue reading

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Review: The Kaiju Preservation Society by John Scalzi

Is anybody else absolutely delighted with the title of this book? The Kaiju Preservation Society is one of those books that immediately demands attention, especially for readers who enjoyed Pacific Rim and other monstrous tales. Continue reading

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Review: Reclaim the Stars Anthology

Who can resist an anthology full of magical realism and stars? I certainly can’t. Reclaim the Stars consists of seventeen short stories, all of which are centered around one main subject: space and the stars beyond. That is not the only element tying these stories together, as they all feature the Latin American diaspora. In other words – this is an absolute must-read! Continue reading

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Review: The Paradox Hotel by Rob Hart

The Paradox Hotel is the latest novel to come from the mind of Rob Hart, though admittedly, it’s the first novel I’ve read by him. Science fiction meets mystery in this paradoxical tale – as the title proves to be more literal than not. Continue reading

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Review: Light Years From Home by Mike Chen

I have learned that I cannot resist speculative fiction/science fiction by this point. Thus, I couldn’t turn down the opportunity to read and review Light Years From Home by Mike Chen. Continue reading

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Review: Deuces are Wild by O.E. Tearmann

Deuces are Wild is the sixth novel in O.E. Tearmann’s Aces High, Jokers Wild series. I’ll confess that I dove right into the series here, being unaware of the history until it was too late. That being said, this novel does a delightful job of getting me up to speed. Continue reading

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