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REVIEW: Behind Blue Eyes: Last Stand by Anna Mocikat

Behind Blue Eyes is a fantastic cyberpunk series that remains one of the best indie experiences I’ve had the pleasure of finding. Kindle Unlimited is a feast or a famine with nine terrible books...

REVIEW: The Roamers by Francesco Verso

In his new solarpunk novel, The Roamers, Italian science fiction author Francesco Verso envisions a future where nanotechnology can free humanity from the scourge of famine. The technological breakthrough is provided by nanites, nanorobotic...

What is Cyberpunk?

When embarking on a new genre, it’s important to familiarize yourself with the kind of tropes and expectations of them. One of my favorite subgenres is also one of the most influential and, sadly,...

REVIEW: Nephilim: A Behind Blue Eyes Origins Story Vol. I-III by Anna Mocikat

Nephilim: A Behind Blue Eyes Origins Story volumes I through III by Anna Mocikat is a trilogy of prequel novellas for her wildly entertaining Behind Blue Eyes series that I’ve been reviewing as they’ve...

Lucifer's Star by C.T. Phipps and Michael Suttkus

Review: Lucifer’s Star by C.T. Phipps and Michael Suttkus

Lucifer’s Star is a quick read filled with space battles, futuristic technology, cyborgs, clones and sexy biroids. It has a thrilling opening battle, morally gray characters and a well-done, subtle sci-fi setting. But it...

Texhnolyze

Anime Review: Texhnolyze

Texhnolyze is a grim cyberpunk series written by Chiaki J. Konaka and produced by Madhouse, first aired in 2003. It is a story of a down-and-out young man trying to survive in a grim...