Tag Archives: Science

Review: One Day All This Will Be Yours by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Adrian Tchaikovsky’s latest novella, One Day All This Will Be Yours, is a memorable and highly entertaining read – one that I recommend for all fans of time travel stories, especially if you want something tinged with a bit of humor. Continue reading

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Review: The Past Is Red by Catherynne M. Valente

The Past Is Red is the latest novella to come from the mind of Catherynne M. Valente, and boy is it going to hit you straight in the feels. This novella is one part of science fiction and one part post-apocalyptic, and it carries heavy notes. Continue reading

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Review: Light Chaser by Peter F. Hamilton and Gareth L. Powell

Light Chaser is a new speculative science fiction novella written by Peter F. Hamilton and Gareth L. Powell. It’s perfect for readers that love expansive space operas. Continue reading

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Review: A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers

A Psalm for the Wild-Built, written by Becky Chambers, is a robot book that can easily touch the hearts of any of its readers. Continue reading

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Review: Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Shards of Earth is the first novel in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s latest series, The Final Architects Trilogy. It’s an extensive science fiction novel, as only Tchaikovsky could ever dream of pulling off. Continue reading

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Review: Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir

Can Andy Weir capture what we loved about The Martian and recreate it for Project Hail Mary? Having read the novel, I think I can safely answer that question. Yes! This novel wrapped up all of my favorite parts of that narrative and bundled it into something new. Continue reading

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Review: The Electric Kingdom by David Arnold

David Arnold is back with another mind bend of a read in The Electric Kingdom. It’s a novel that merges speculative fiction with dystopian writing, and will leave you thinking for days to come. Continue reading

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Review: Queen’s Peril by E.K. Johnston

Padme Naberrie’s adventure continues in Queen’s Peril, written by E.K. Johnston. This has been one of my favorite Star Wars novel series to date, and with good reason. Continue reading

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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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