Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Review: Nightflyers by George R.R. Martin

Nightflyers is a novella written by George R.R. Martin back in 1985. It’s recently been getting a lot more attention though, because of the Syfy TV series that was made. Out of curiosity, I watched the whole first season (which now sounds like it’ll be the only season) and then read the novella. Continue reading

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Review: Skyward by Brandon Sanderson

Skyward is the first novel in a new series by Brandon Sanderson. It’s a young adult science fiction novel, so it’s quite a bit different from everything else he’s done. Still, the novel sold like crazy back when it came out in the fall, and for good reason. Continue reading

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Review: This is How You Lose the Time War by Amal El-Mohtar & Max Gladstone

This is How You Lose the Time War wins my award for best novella for 2019. Seriously, this novella was absolutely amazing. Beautifully written, whimsical, witty, everything. I had high hopes for this one, but they sincerely exceeded them. Continue reading

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Review: Into the Drowning Deep (Rolling in the Deep #1) by Mira Grant

Into the Drowning Deep is the second book in the Rolling in the Deep series by Mira Grant. I know sometimes you can skip the novella that comes before a novel, but trust me: don’t do that here. If you haven’t read Rolling in the Deep, go read that before you start Into the Drowning Deep. It’ll have so much more impact if you do. Continue reading

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Review: Wanderers by Chuck Wendig

Wanderers is the latest novel by Chuck Wendig, and it’s been getting a lot of attention. Before the novel was even out people were fighting over the rights to adapt the novel into a series. Which is pretty huge (QC Entertainment won the rights, for those that are curious). And honestly, this novel will adapt well to a series, so I’m looking forward to seeing it. Continue reading

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Review: Radioactive Evolution by Richard Hummel

Publisher: Hummel Books Author: Richard Hummel Released: November 15th 2018 Received: NetGalley Rating: I received a copy of Gilded Wolves through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. Richard Hummel’s debut novel, Radioactive Evolution is nothing like anything … Continue reading

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Review: The Chosen (Contender #1) by Taran Mathara

The Chosen is the first novel in a new trilogy by Taran Mathara. This novel is full of action, intrigue, human nature, and science fiction elements. It makes for a great and fast-paced novel, to say the least. Continue reading

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Review: Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds by Gwenda Bond

Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds by Gwena Bond is the first official novel in the world of Stranger Things. I’m sure it won’t be the last, either. The novel is set before the events of the Netflix series – instead following Terry (Eleven/Jane’s mother) through her journey. Continue reading

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Review: Longer by Michael Blumlein

Longer is one of those science fiction novels that’ll make you think. More than that, it’ll make you feel. I’m not ashamed to admit that Longer made me cry like a baby at times. It cut through me and forced me to view the tale on an emotional level. Continue reading

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Review: Alice Payne Arrives by Kate Heartfield

Alice Payne Arrives is a new take on time. Yes, I know, time travel has been done a million times, and will likely be done a million more times. But that won’t stop me from trying new books and series. In this particular case – I’m glad that I gave it a chance. Continue reading

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