Tag Archives: Science Fiction Review

Review: The Echo Wife by Sarah Gailey

The Echo Wife is the latest novel by Sarah Gailey, and it blends mystery with science fiction in such thrilling and alarming ways, all as science and possibility takes the forefront. Continue reading

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Review: The Album of Dr. Moreau by Daryl Gregory

I sincerely think that The Album of Dr. Moreau is the most fun I’ve had while reading a novella in a long time. Quite possibly, ever. So thank you to both Daryl Gregory and Tor.com for making this highly entertaining read possible. Continue reading

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Review: The Future Is Yours by Dan Frey

Dan Frey’s The Future Is Yours is a novel that merges mystery and time travel together for one massive science fiction novel. Continue reading

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Review: Hard Reboot by Django Wexler

Django Wexler’s latest novella, Hard Reboot, is without a doubt my favorite one to date. It’s the perfect balance of thrilling, science fiction, giant mechas, and LGBT goodness that I was hoping for. Continue reading

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Review: The Ones We’re Meant to Find by Joan He

Add The Ones We’re Meant to Find to the top of my books read in 2021, please! It’s a brilliant novel, one that I cannot recommend enough. Written by Joan He, it promises to be a blend of We Were Liars, Black Mirror, and Studio Ghibli. Continue reading

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Review: The Swimmers by Marian Womack

Marian Womack’s latest novel, The Swimmers, is an eco-dystopian novel set in a time where global warming has done all the damage we could have imagined. Yet there were survivors, more or less. Continue reading

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Review: We Shall Sing a Song Into the Deep by Andrew Kelly Stewart

Andrew Kelly Stewart’s debut novella, We Shall Sing a Song Into the Deep has got to be one of the most unique reads I’ve ever had the luxury of experiencing, and I would like to think that this is saying something. Continue reading

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Review: To Hold Up the Sky by Liu Cixin

To Hold Up the Sky is a collection of short stories written by the one and only, Liu Cixin. As with the rest of her works, these stories dive into a world of science fiction that only Liu Cixin could dream up. Continue reading

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Review: Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir

Can Andy Weir capture what we loved about The Martian and recreate it for Project Hail Mary? Having read the novel, I think I can safely answer that question. Yes! This novel wrapped up all of my favorite parts of that narrative and bundled it into something new. Continue reading

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Review: Victories Greater Than Death by Charlie Jane Anders

Charlie Jane Anders is back! This time with a new YA series. Victories Greater Than Death is the first novel in the Universal Expansion series, and I, for one, could not be more excited about it. Okay, the fact that it promises to be perfect for Doctor Who and Star Wars fans didn’t hurt my excitement any. Continue reading

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