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REVIEW: Aliens: Bishop by T.R. Napper

Having loved the movies, but never read an Aliens book before, I was so excited when Australian author T.R. Napper announced the impending release of Aliens: Bishop. From his previous books, 36 Streets and Neon Leviathan I...

REVIEW: Death’s End by Cixin Liu

Your mind will be blown, flattened, and then collapsed to a zero-dimensional point in Death’s End, the epic finale of Cixin Liu’s hard sci-fi trilogy, The Remembrance of Earth’s Past. Ken Liu is back...

REVIEW: The Dark Forest by Cixin Liu

Humanity has waged war on insects for thousands of years. Despite our superior intellect and technology, insects still survive and even thrive. At the end of The Three-Body Problem, the aliens from Trisolaris send...

REVIEW: The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu

The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu is the first entry in The Remembrance of Earth’s Past series and has become an international sensation since its original publication in Chinese in 2006 and subsequent English...

REVIEW: Eyes of the Void by Adrian Tchaikovsky

The fate of humanity is dire in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s second book of The Final Architecture series. After eighty years of tense silence the Architects are not only back, they are fixed on destroying all...

REVIEW: Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky

Brothers Arkady and Boris Strugatsky came up with the idea of Roadside Picnic in Komorovo, a Russian town about an hour from St. Petersburg, in 1970. The brothers wrote the story in 1971, and...

REVIEW: The Mold Farmer by Rick Claypool

Earth has been invaded by aliens. The Mold Farmer is not the story of a cunning insurrection, or how we fought back. This isn’t even the story of survivors banding together to persevere or...

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

I received a limited edition proof copy of To Sleep in a Sea of Stars in exchange for an honest review. Thank you to Christopher Paolini and Tor Books. In To Sleep in a...

REVIEW: Light of Impossible Stars by Gareth L. Powell

Having gleefully consumed the adventures of the Trouble Dog and her crew through Embers of War and Fleet of Knives I was very much looking forward to tackling Light of Impossible Stars to wrap...

REVIEW: Fleet of Knives by Gareth L. Powell

The second novel in the Embers of War series, Fleet of Knives continues in the same vein as its predecessor, where it skirts the edge of military science fiction and full blown space opera....