Category Archives: Science Fiction

Review: Summer Frost by Blake Crouch

Black Crouch’s Summer Frost is the second novella in the Forward Collection – a project created by six different authors. The entire idea of the project was to showcase a far flung future, all written with the hopes of getting the reader (or listener) to think. Continue reading

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Review: Strange Exit by Parker Peevyhouse

Strange Exit is the latest speculative science fiction novel from the mind of Parker Peevyhouse, and it is a unique reading experience. This novel blends post-apocalyptic fiction with simulations, debates about human nature, and so much more. Continue reading

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Review: Junkyard Cats by Faith Hunter

Set in the far-flung future, this is a world that has been once again torn apart by war. Technology has allowed humanity to limp along, though the world is much changed. Shining Smith survived the latest war, and has created a little home for herself out in the middle of nowhere. Continue reading

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Review: The God Game by Danny Tobey

The God Game is the latest novel to come from the mind of Danny Tobey, and it combines science fiction with a most unexpected subject; god. Tobey asks himself the question; what would happen if AI and God were to merge? Continue reading

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Review: Ark by Veronica Roth

Veronica Roth’s Ark is the first novella in the Forward Collection – a project created by six different authors. The entire idea of the project was to showcase a far-flung future, all written with the hopes of getting the reader (or listener) to think. Continue reading

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Review: Raven’s Peace by Glynn Stewart

Raven’s Peace is the latest novel to come out of the mind of Glynn Stewart. And you just know that it’s going to be a science fiction novel of epic proportions – this is Glynn Stewart we’re talking about, after all. Continue reading

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Review: Stone Clock by Andrew Bannister

Stone Clock is the third and final novel in Andrew Bannister’s The Spin series. And it is a novel that packs one heck of a punch. The series is a prime example of Space Opera, full of fascinating characters and dynamic plots. And it’s one that’s going to stick with me for quite some time. Continue reading

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Review: Laughter at the Academy by Seanan McGuire

Laughter at the Academy is Seanan McGuire’s first true collection of short stories, by her own words. If you’ve read any of Seanan McGuire’s works, then you probably already have a good idea of what will be in store for you here. So I don’t need to explain all of the reasons you should be reading this. If you haven’t read Seanan McGuire, this is an excellent sampling of her works, and thus worth checking out. Continue reading

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Review: War Girls by Tochi Onyebuchi

War Girls is the latest novel by Tochi Onyebuchi, and is the first novel in a new series (of the same name). It’s the tale of two sisters thrown together by the means of war, and their different journies on the path to survival. Continue reading

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Review: The Future of Another Timeline by Annalee Newitz

The Future of Another Timeline is the newest novel from the mind of Annalee Newitz. It is, without a shadow of a doubt, the most feminist piece of fiction I’ve read this year. It mashes time travel, punk music, women’s rights, and so much more into one compact novel. Continue reading

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