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Book Review: PlanetFall

Some books, I read quickly.  I read like someone finally sitting down to dinner after a day-long fast.  I no longer function like a normal human – my entire being is devoted to finding out what happens next.   625 more words

Culturally Speaking

#RRSciFiMonth: Planetfall by Emma Newman

Sci-Fi November is a month-long blog event hosted by Rinn Reads and Over The Effing Rainbow this year, created to celebrate everything amazing about science fiction! 948 more words

Science Fiction

Review of 'Planetfall' by Emma Newman *****

I look for all sorts of different things in SF: big ideas, beguiling strangeness or some kind of compelling otherworldly mystery. Not many novels combine all three elements as successfully as this one does. 734 more words

Andrew Wallace

Spotlight: Planetfall - Emma Newman

About the Book

From the award-nominated author Emma Newman, comes a novel of how one secret withheld to protect humanity’s future might be its undoing… 310 more words


Interview with Emma Newman, author of "Planetfall"

On Making Things Up For A Living today I’m delighted to welcome Emma Newman, one of my favourite authors and also one of the loveliest people in SFF. 1,681 more words


November Titles We're Anxious For You to Read

Trashed is a small glimpse into the secret world of garbage and the people who collect it. Based loosely on the author’s own experiences, this book is equal parts funny & depressing. 328 more words


Book Review - Planetfall

This book is amazing. I’m having trouble finding the words, so bear with me. I’m not even sure I’ve fully digested the book as I’m writing this. 462 more words