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End of year wrap up, Part Five: I, Mars, Book 2 of Mindcop Dossiers

We conclude our year-end summary with the fifth and final release for 2014. I, Mars was the second book in the Mindcop Dossiers series featuring Liberty Rise, a young female detective who fights crime on 22nd century Mars. 24 more words

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#13 The Fall of Hyperion

In the stunning continuation of the epic adventure begun in Hyperion, Simmons returns us to a far future resplendent with drama and invention.  On the world of Hyperion, the mysterious Time Tombs are opening.  

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Brass Man - Neal Asher (2005)

‘On the primitive Out-Polity world of Cull, a latter-day knight errant called Anderson is hunting a dragon.

He little knows that, far away, another man – though now more technology than human flesh – has resurrected a brass killing machine called ‘Mr Crane’ to assist in a similar hunt, but one that encompasses star systems. 445 more words

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Leviathan Wakes is one of those books I wanted to read for a very long time. I bought it around it’s release in 2011 at ABC in Amsterdam. 573 more words

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Ascension - Featuring Tricia Helfer's Ass

A while ago I wrote a post bemoaning the lack of decent science fiction on television. I had high hopes for Ronald D Moore’s Helix but the first few episodes were so filled with plot holes, incredulous actions, and cardboard characters that we had to give up. 743 more words

Track by Hugh Sicotte @ Infinispace.net


Concept art of the day:  Track by Hugh Sicotte.

Read the rest of the article written by Neal Ulen at Infinispace.net:
http://infinispace.net/2014/12/track-by-hugh-sicotte/

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The Galaxy Game

The Galaxy Game by Karen Lord

Published January 6th, 2015 by Del Rey*

My rating: The plane was delayed, the luggage lost, and the museums closed. 867 more words

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