Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Review: Knights of Macragge by Nick Kyme

Knights of Macragge is one of several new novels to hit the streets from the world of Warhammer 40,000. This is a dramatic and action filled novel, one who will show you the Ultramarines and everything they’re capable of. Continue reading

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Review: Paper Girls Vol. 6

Paper Girls Vol. 6 is the final volume of the entire series. We knew it had to happen sometime. It’s just hard to believe that we’re already there. This volume is going to be the one that answers all of our questions, and fully wraps up everything that has been happening as of late. Because you know that Brian K. Vaughan won’t leave us fans hanging. Continue reading

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Review: The Vanishing Deep by Astrid Scholte

The Vanishing Deep is Astrid Scholte’s second novel, and it is another standalone novel. Though it will surprise fans, for it is quite different from Four Dead Queens. This is a tale of the dead, and how family can get their loved ones back – but only for 24 hours. Continue reading

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Review: Randomize by Andy Weir

Andy Weir’s Randomize is the sixth and final novella in the Forward Collection – a project created by six different authors. The entire idea of the project was to showcase a far-flung future, all written with the hopes of getting the reader (or listener) to think. Continue reading

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Review: Strange Girls: Women in Horror Anthology

Strange Girls is the newest anthology out on the racks, and it has a specific and unique focus. This whole collection is a variation on the standard horror themes – with girls and women being the focus and authors behind it all. Continue reading

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Review: The Last Conversation by Paul Tremblay

Paul Tremblay’s The Last Conversation is the fifth novella in the Forward Collection – a project created by six different authors. The entire idea of the project was to showcase a far-flung future, all written with the hopes of getting the reader (or listener) to think. Continue reading

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Review: You Have Arrived At Your Destination by Amor Towles

Amor Towels’ You Have Arrived At Your Destination is the fourth novella in the Forward Collection – a project created by six different authors. The entire idea of the project was to showcase a far-flung future, all written with the hopes of getting the reader (or listener) to think. Continue reading

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Review: Malice by Pintip Dunn

Malice is the latest novel from the mind of Pintip Dunn, though it is the first time I’ve read anything by this author. I’ve got to say, if this book is anything to go by, I’m impressed. Continue reading

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Review: Emergency Skin by N.K. Jemisin

N.K. Jemisin’s Emergency Skin is the third novella in the Forward Collection – a project created by six different authors. The entire idea of the project was to showcase a far-flung future, all written with the hopes of getting the reader (or listener) to think. Continue reading

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Review: Frozen Secrets by Myles Christensen

Frozen Secrets is Myles Christensen’s debut novel, and it is a space adventure perfect for anybody looking for a little bit of an escape from reality. This science fiction novel is especially perfect for young adults and younger, as it is very approachable. Continue reading

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