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Slow burn

Cibola Burn by James S.A. Corey

My rating: 1 of 5 stars

It struck me when I finished the fourth instalment in the Expanse series that I had no idea what… 301 more words

When science fiction happens

William Gibson interview: time travel, virtual reality, and his new book

Science fiction author William Gibson’s work, from cyberpunk classic Neuromancer to his more recent, less overtly futuristic novels, is usually more concerned with smart cultural analysis than plotting the mechanics of new technology. 97 more words

Virtual Reality

Review: Time's Tempest by M. J. Moores

Embarking as a guide into the death zones that are the Deserts, Taya leads a group of civilians who blindly follow a prophet obsessed with preventing the planet Xannia from environmental self-destruction. 528 more words


2015 Rebecca Caudill Roundup: Legend by Marie Lu

You know what I love? When you can recommend a series to students and they can read ALL of the books without having to wait! If your students have not yet discovered  284 more words


Kind of getting away: 3

I’ve not written about the arrival yet. That strikes me as rather strange. Now that I think about it I didn’t particularly enjoy the arrival, but I certainly do enjoy the memory of it. 2,403 more words


NEWS Gareth L Powell in Space Opera

Gareth L Powell has a story in the recently published Space Opera from Prime Books. Featuring alongside other top names like Kage Baker and Alastair Reynolds, this new collection is a must-buy! 13 more words

Future Worlds

New on DVD: 'Snowpiercer' is Revolution on a High-Speed Train

Bong Joon-ho is a South Korean director who isn’t a household name in the States but by all rights should be. In his newest film,  151 more words

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