Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Review: Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor

Nnedi Okorafor has done it again. She’s created another thrilling science fiction read, and she’s done so with elegance and intelligence. Remote Control is a dark yet surprisingly brilliant novella, one that I can’t recommend enough. Continue reading

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Review: A History of What Comes Next by Sylvian Neuvel

A History of What Comes Next, written by Sylvian Neuvel, is almost certainly one of the most unique historical fiction novels I’ve ever had the opportunity to read. It blurs the lines between fact and fiction, in beautiful yet subtlety horrifying ways. Continue reading

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Review: Aetherbound by E.K. Johnston

E.K. Johnston, the author of excellent novels such as Ahsoka and Queen’s Shadow, has decided to grace us with a new science fiction book, Aetherbound. Continue reading

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Review: Architects of Memory by Karen Osborne

Architects of Memory is the latest novel by Karen Osborne, and it is a beautiful and intense science fiction adventure. Continue reading

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Review: Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters by Aimee Ogden

Little Mermaid retold in Space Opera form? Count me in! Sun-Daughters, Sea-Daughters, written by Aimee Ogden is absolutely the most creative retelling I’ve read, and I’ve read a lot of them. Continue reading

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Review: An Unnatural Life by Erin K. Wagner

An Unnatural Life is the latest novella from science fiction writer Erin K. Wagner. This is one of those novellas that’s going to make you think. It’s goal is to make you uncomfortable, and to assess your biases, but in ways that you might not expect. Continue reading

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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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