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Review: Of Wars, and Memories, and Starlight by Aliette de Bodard

Of Wars, and Memories, and Starlight is a short story collection written by Aliette de Bodard. She’s an up and comer in the science fiction and fantasy world, and she deserves all of the attention she can get. Continue reading

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Review: Salvaged by Madeleine Roux

Madeleine Roux’s Salvaged is the ideal example of a dark science fiction novel. It hits all the right tones, while being disturbing and graphic and oh so enthralling. Continue reading

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Review: Repo Virtual by Corey J. White

Repo Virtual is the latest novel to come out of the mind of Corey J. White, and it is a piece of speculative fiction involving augmented realities, heists, and sentient software. Continue reading

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Review: Alien: Echo by Mira Grant

Alien: Echo is the first novel in the world of Aliens. At least, that I’m aware of. It’s also a young adult novel, making it a unique blend. It’s the first novel in a series of the same name (makes it easier to remember), and it was an absolute blast to read. Continue reading

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Review: Network Effect by Martha Wells

Network Effect is our fifth foray into the world of Murderbot – and yet it is the first full-length novel of the series. That being said, new fans could easily jump in at this point, if they so chose to. Though I personally cannot recommend the novellas enough, so do make a point of checking them out. Continue reading

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Review: Horus Rising by Dan Abnett

The Horus Heresy is arguably one of the biggest events to happen in the lore of Warhammer 40,000. And no, I’m not just talking about the number of books in the series (though there is that). This was an event (or rather, series of events) that impacted a massive amount of the universe. And the effects are long-lasting. Continue reading

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Review: If You Take My Meaning by Charlie Jane Anders

If You Take My Meaning is a short story written by Charlie Jane Anders, and is set following the events of The City in the Middle of the Night. So if you’ve found yourself wondering what happened next, this is a short story worth diving into. 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: Finna by Nino Cipri

Finna is a whirlwind adventure set in a shocking environment. Written by Nino Cipri, this piece of speculative science fiction makes heavy use of wormholes, multiple dimensions, and the humbling nature that is minimum wage life. Continue reading

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