Tag Archives: Science

Review: Auxiliary: London 2039 by Jon Richter

Jon Richter is back, this time with Auxiliary: London 2039, a cyberpunk tale like no other. Portraying a world where everything real is meaningless, this tale explores the darker parts of human potential. Continue reading

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Review: Star Trek: Picard – Countdown

Star Trek: Picard – Countdown is set before the events of the show, portraying Picard before he left Starfleet – back when he still thought he could help the Romulans. This is the tale of how he tried to help one planet evacuate, and the two allies he found in the process. Continue reading

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Review: The Undefeated by Una McCormack

The Undefeated by Una McCormack is an interesting study on human nature, and the way we process the world around us. This was my first foray into Una McCormack’s writing, but I have to say that I’m impressed with her writing style. Continue reading

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Review: Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark

Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Stories of Light and Dark is a collection of short stories set in the Star Wars universe (in case that wasn’t obvious). This collection is much like the animated series, showcasing smaller moments within a much larger time frame. Continue reading

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Review: Poe Dameron: Free Fall by Alex Segura

A Poe Dameron Origin story? Sign me up! Poe Dameron: Free Fall is everything it appears to be, and everything it promises to be. It’s the tale of Poe Dameron, before he wound up in the hands of the Rebellion. Continue reading

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Review: The Chaos of Luck by Catherine Cerveny

The Chaos of Luck is the second novel in Catherine Cerveny’s Felicia Sevigny trilogy. Once again we’re back to a world of science fiction. Or rather, a universe of it. Cervency’s world encompasses much of the solar system, and it is full of dynamic and dangerous characters. Continue reading

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Review: To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini

Can you believe it? Christopher Paolini is back, only this time he isn’t diving back into the world of fantasy! Instead, he’s taking a swing at science fiction. From the moment this book was announced, I knew that it was going to be one epic adventure. Continue reading

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Review: The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson

The Space Between Worlds is the outstanding debut novel of Micaiah Johnson, and it is an impressive feat of science fiction. Continue reading

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Review: Otaku by Chris Kluwe

Chris Kluwe’s debut novel is an impressive feat, made all the more shocking and impressive given his previous career. Otaku is a science fiction novel, one that dives headfirst into the realm of virtual realities, and a fight against corruption. Continue reading

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Review: Unconquerable Sun by Kate Elliott

Kate Elliot is back and with an all-new tale. Or retelling, as the case may be. Here she’s taken Alexander the Great and done something new with the core concept. She shot it into space and started playing with the genders of the primary characters. Continue reading

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