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REVIEW: The Division: Compromised by Thomas Parrott

Compromised is the second of the Operation: Crossroads series for Tom Clancy’s The Division franchise by Ubisoft. The premise for that series is that the Dollar Flu AKA The Green Poison has spread through...

An Interview with Lavanya Lakshminarayan

Lavanya Lakshminarayan is the award-winning author of The Ten Percent Thief, a dystopian science fiction novel set in a future version of Bangalore known as Apex City. Lavanya is a Locus Award finalist and...

REVIEW: The Gernsback Continuum by William Gibson

“The Gernsback Continuum” is William Gibson of 1981, looking back forty years to the the Golden Age of Science Fiction from the 1920s to the 1930s. While not quite as long from the Nineteen...

REVIEW: Scream in Blue by Jeremy Szal

From the author of Stormblood, Blindspace, and the soon to be released Wolfskin, the novella Scream in Blue takes us away from the far-flung asteroid city of Compass and into more familiar territory: 25th...

Halo

REVIEW: Halo Season Two

This is a big improvement. I’m not the kind of guy who gets caught up in trivialities. There’s plenty of people who would only want a Halo TV show if the Master Chief never...

REVIEW: System Collapse by Martha Wells

The seventh instalment in The Murderbot Diaries by Martha Wells, System Collapse follows on closely from Network Effect (book five, and previously the series’ only novel-length story) with another hugely entertaining blast of rogue...

REVIEW: Halo Season 1

Halo is one of the all-time most successful video game franchises. It’s also a very well-developed science fiction setting with the books including some of my favorite outside of Stark Trek and Star Wars....

REVIEW: The Creator

Directed by Gareth Edwards (Monsters, Rogue One, Godzilla), The Creator is a bold and entirely original sci-fi tale set in a future where the Western world is fighting against AI and what they call...

An Interview with Andrew Caldecott

Andrew Caldecott is one of the UK’s most unique writers. His genre-bending duology Momenticon and Simul is set in a dystopic future, highlighting many of our social issues in a stylised way. He weaves...

Review: The Division: Recruited by Thomas Parott

The Division: Recruited by Thomas Parott (audiobook narrated by Amanda Dolan) is an installment of Ubisoft’s The Division series. The premise for said series is that Earth has been decimated by a horrifying variant...

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