Tag Archives: Orbit

Review: The City We Became by N.K. Jemisin

The City We Became is the first in a new series by N.K. Jemisin, a brilliant author that we all should cherish more. Or at least, that is how I feel about it. The Great Cities series is science fiction with a strong city focus. Continue reading

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Review: The Unbroken by C.L. Clark

C.L. Clark is back with another brilliant fantasy! The Unbroken is a novel that I’ve heard so much about it lately. Fortunately, it’s also the first in a series (Magic of the Lost), so this is not the last we’ll be seeing of these characters. Continue reading

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Review: Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Shards of Earth is the first novel in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s latest series, The Final Architects Trilogy. It’s an extensive science fiction novel, as only Tchaikovsky could ever dream of pulling off. Continue reading

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Review: The Chaos of Luck by Catherine Cerveny

The Chaos of Luck is the second novel in Catherine Cerveny’s Felicia Sevigny trilogy. Once again we’re back to a world of science fiction. Or rather, a universe of it. Cervency’s world encompasses much of the solar system, and it is full of dynamic and dangerous characters. Continue reading

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Review: Throne of Five Winds by S.C. Emmett

Throne of Five Winds is the first novel in the Hostage of Empire series by S.C. Emmett. It’s one of the most complex fantasy novels to come out this year, one full of characters, motives, and politics. It’s been favorably compared to George R.R. Martin’s writing, and with good reason. Continue reading

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Review: Feed by Mira Grant

Feed is the first novel in Mira Grant’s Newsflesh series. The series is Mira Grant (AKA Seanan McGuire)’s take on zombies. It’s not one I’ve seen before and thus would really like to give it a ton of credit for that fact alone. Continue reading

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Review: Chimera (Parasitology #3) by Mira Grant

Chimera is the third and final novel in the Parasitology series by Mira Grant (aka Seanan McGuire. The series is somewhere between a medical thriller and a dystopian series, in many ways. In a world where scientist feel comfortable skipping steps for the ‘greater good’ (and greater profit) it really was only a matter of time before an outbreak such as the one in this series occurred. Continue reading

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Review: Symbiont (Parasitology #2) by Mira Grant

Symbiont is the second novel in Mira Grant’s Parasitology series. It’s one part thriller and one part science fiction, but the end result is a tense and fascinating read that will make you question what truly makes us human. Continue reading

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Review: Parasite by Mira Grant

Parasite is the first novel in the Parasitology series by Mira Grant. You may also know her as Seanan McGuire, as Mira Grant is simply a pennames she uses for her science fiction works. Continue reading

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