Tag Archives: Science Fiction Review

Review: Complex by A.D. Enderly

Complex, written by A.D. Enderly, is a dystopian science fiction novel like I’ve never seen before. It’s dark and brooding, and takes all the time needed to explore the concepts portrayed within. Continue reading

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Review: Etiquette & Espionage by Gail Carriger

So I realize that Etiquette & Espionage is over seven years old at this point, and yet I’m still constantly hearing about this novel (and the series as a whole, for that matter). Etiquette & Espionage is the first novel in Gail Carriger’s Finishing School Series, a unique combination of steampunk/Victorian style writing and fantasy. Continue reading

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Review: The Electric Kingdom by David Arnold

David Arnold is back with another mind bend of a read in The Electric Kingdom. It’s a novel that merges speculative fiction with dystopian writing, and will leave you thinking for days to come. Continue reading

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Review: The Flight of the Eisenstein by James Swallow

Flight of the Eisenstein is the fourth novel in one of the biggest events in Warhammer History; The Horus Heresy. Well, it’s the fourth novel if you’re following the recommended reading list on Goodreads. Really, I know and understand that there are a dozen different ways in which this event could be read. Continue reading

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Review: Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

Jon Richter is back, this time with Auxiliary: London 2039, a cyberpunk tale like no other. Portraying a world where everything real is meaningless, this tale explores the darker parts of human potential. Continue reading

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The Vela (Season One) by Yoon Ha Lee, Becky Chambers, Rivers Solomon, and S.L. Huant

The Vela is a bold new series about one dying solar system, and the people struggling (and fighting) to survive. Like many series available on Serial Box (more on that in a moment), it’s written by multiple authors. Yoon Ha Lee, Becky Chambers, Rivers Solomon, and S.L. Huant all helped to bring the first season to life, alongside Robin Miles (narrator). Continue reading

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Review: Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Adventures Vol. 1

Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor Adventures Vol. 1 is a collection of three short story adventures from my favorite Doctor. Oh! And did I mention that they are in audiobook format? With the original cast lending their voices to make the adventure all the better. Yes, please! Continue reading

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Review: Doctor Aphra

Doctor Aphra is an Audible Original (I believe), and the first audiobook adventure for a Star Wars character that I am mildly obsessed with. It is basically her origin story all over again, so fans from the comics will find a lot of the details and storyline to be familiar. Continue reading

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Review: Star Trek: Picard – Countdown

Star Trek: Picard – Countdown is set before the events of the show, portraying Picard before he left Starfleet – back when he still thought he could help the Romulans. This is the tale of how he tried to help one planet evacuate, and the two allies he found in the process. Continue reading

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Review: A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe

A Golden Fury by Samantha Cohoe is one of those debut novels that people everywhere seem to be talking about. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an early copy, and I found it to be worth the hype. Continue reading

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