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REVIEW: Stars and Bones by Gareth Powell

Gareth Powell has built a reputation for delivering well crafted and emotionally investing space opera with a fair share of humour, from Embers of War to Ack-Ack Macaque and his latest offering, Stars and...

REVIEW: Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files Volume 2

Judge Dredd: The Complete Case Files Volume 2 is probably where I would recommend readers of the classic British comic book character should “start.” While the first volume has some good stories, I think...

REVIEW: Shadow City by Anna Mocikat

Shadow City by Anna Mocikat is first volume of her Tales of the Shadow City chronicles that is a genre busting post-apocalypse adventure story. I can’t really think of any other novels like it...

REVIEW: Leviathan Falls by James S.A. Corey

Leviathan Falls is the ninth book and conclusion of The Expanse series that has successfully gone on to become a roleplaying game, television show, and the basis of numerous spin off novellas. It is...

REVIEW: Detroit: Become Human by David Cage

Detroit: Become Human by David Cage was something that I bought a long time ago but never got around to playing because I’d heard so much bad about it. I also heard about David Cage’s...

Blade Runner: The importance of not being special

Blade Runner 2049 is a movie I very much enjoyed (you can read my review here) but it’s an interesting film for me because I realized it nicely inverts a lot of what was...

REVIEW: Dead Silence by S. A. Barnes

It’s been twenty years since six hundred and fifty people vanished on the very first and only luxury space cruiser, the Aurora. In one of the biggest space disasters in human history, an enormous...

REVIEW: Fallen Angels by Anna Mocikat

Behind Blue Eyes was a fascinating book by Anna Mocikat that followed the adventures of a cybernetically enhanced super-soldier named Nephilim. Working for a corrupt and evil corporation that ruled most of America, Nephilim...

REVIEW: The Offset by Calder Szewczak

In humanity’s desperate attempt to control overpopulation and stifle procreation, a drastic policy called The Offset is implemented. On this dying planet, having a child requires the greatest sacrifice and their child must live...

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REVIEW: Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir

Andy Weir, the author of The Martian and Artemis, brings us another dose of science fiction fun with Project Hail Mary. And when I say fun, I mean fun. His stories aren’t light and fluffy, his protagonists are...