Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Review: Pets in Space 6 by Collected Authors

Pets in Space 6 is a massive anthology, bringing together a dozen (almost) short stories, all revolving around two of my favorite subjects: animals and science fiction. I mean, what could possibly be better? Oh, right! Did I mention that Pets in Space 6 supports Hero-Dogs.org? Yeah, that’s pretty amazing! Continue reading

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Review: When the Sparrow Falls by Neil Sharpson

Looking for a new dystopian science fiction novel to dive into? Check out Neil Sharpson’s When the Sparrow Falls Continue reading

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Review: Cytonic by Brandon Sanderson

Is it time to cheer? Yes, yes, it is. The third (and thankfully NOT last) novel in Brandon Sanderson’s Skyward series is here. Cytonic is about to bring readers back to Spensa and the insane adventures she finds herself on. Continue reading

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Review: ReDawn by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Patterson

erse, created by Brandon Sanderson. Working alongside Sanderson for these novellas (of which there will be at least three!) is Janci Patterson. Continue reading

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Review: Battledoors: The Golden State by Brian Wilkinson

I read (and loved) Brian Wilkinson’s Paramnesia, and thus I knew I had to give Battledoors: The Golden State a try. Okay, that and the fact that I really did love the cover for both books. So sue me. Continue reading

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Review: Sunreach by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Patterson

Anybody else counting down the days for Cytonic’s release? Well, in the meantime, let’s read Sunreach. This is the first novella set in the Skyward universe, and is written by Brandon Sanderson and Janci Patterson. It’s set following the events of Starsight, and may just help fill the gap for what has been happening in the meantime. Continue reading

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Review: Supremacy’s Shadow by T. Eric Bakutis

Han Solo meets Deadpool in Supremacy’s Shadow, written by T. Eric Bakutis. That advert right there was all it took to get me interested in reading this one! Continue reading

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Review: Defending Elysium by Brandon Sanderson

I don’t know how, but somehow while happily binging all of the Skyward series, I totally missed the fact that there is a prequel novella available to readers. Did you know this?! Defending Elysium takes place countless years before the events of Skyward, and it helps to set the scene. Continue reading

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Review: Even Greater Mistakes by Charlie Jane Anders

I am a massive fan of Charlie Jane Anders and the fantastic fictional worlds she creates. Naturally, I was tickled to hear that she has written an anthology, Even Greater Mistakes. If you’re looking for a wild collection from various worlds and ideas, this is the perfect read for you. Continue reading

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Review: Elder Race by Adrian Tchaikovsky

I have been so unbelievably excited for Elder Race by Adrian Tchaikovsky. I fell in love with Tchaikovsky’s work a few years ago when his novella Made Things was released. Since then, I have enjoyed many other stories, and this start to a new series is no exception. Continue reading

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