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Review: We Shall Sing a Song Into the Deep by Andrew Kelly Stewart

Andrew Kelly Stewart’s debut novella, We Shall Sing a Song Into the Deep has got to be one of the most unique reads I’ve ever had the luxury of experiencing, and I would like to think that this is saying something. Continue reading

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Review: To Hold Up the Sky by Liu Cixin

To Hold Up the Sky is a collection of short stories written by the one and only, Liu Cixin. As with the rest of her works, these stories dive into a world of science fiction that only Liu Cixin could dream up. Continue reading

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Review: The Seventh Perfection by Daniel Polansky

The Seventh Perfection is the latest novella to come from the mind of Daniel Polansky, and it’s an adventurous take on a fantastical world. Continue reading

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Review: The Helm of Midnight by Marina J. Losetter

The Helm of Midnight is Marina J. Losetter’s newest novel and the start of a new series: The Five Penalties. Dramatic name, no? Continue reading

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Review: Home: Habitat, Range, Niche, Territory by Martha Wells

Home is the first story story set in the world of Murderbot Diaries that isn’t from Murderbot’s perspective. Instead, it is from the perspective of Dr. Mensah – one of Murderbot’s primary/favorite humans. Continue reading

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Review: Fugitive Telemetry by Martha Wells

Fugitive Telemetry is the sixth novella in this amazing series written by Martha Wells. And if you haven’t read/heard of this series before now, you really need to check it out. It features a sarcastic SecUnit (think part bot/part human guard) and all of the graphic trouble they have to get their humans out of. Continue reading

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Review: Defekt by Nino Cipri

Defekt is the second novella in Nino Cipri’s Finna series, and it was such a delight to read! If you’re a fan of fast-paced and humorous science fiction, then this is absolutely a series that you need to check out. Continue reading

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Review: Burning Roses by S.L. Huang

Written by S.L. Huang, Burning Roses is a unique fantasy, one that merges elements from classic stories and turns it into something newer. Continue reading

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Review: The Last Watch by J.S. Dewes

J.S. Dewes’ debut novel, The Last Watch, is ready and primed to blow science fiction fans out o the water (out of the atmosphere?). It’s the first novel in The Divide series, and I’m already looking forward to the sequel. Continue reading

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Review: Fortress of Magi by Mirah Bolender

It’s time. Fortress of Magi is the third and final novel in Mirah Bolender’s Chronicles of Amicae series. Honestly, I’m not sure that I’m prepared for this series to end, but you better believe that I won’t let that stop me from reading it! Continue reading

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