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The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood

I liked this novel by Margaret Atwood, although I don’t think it’s one of her best.  I had a hard time buying into the concept of the story, and she lost me a little when the story turned in a direction I wasn’t expecting.  748 more words

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Book Review: Under The Skin by Michel Faber

My first experience with Michel Faber’s Under The Skin, was through watching the film adaptation featuring Scarlett Johansson.
I’d come across the film whilst looking for new science fiction films at my local DVD store, and was instantly taken by the unusual story that presented itself. 399 more words


On Writing Negative Sci-Fi Reviews

by Zeke Teflon, author of Free Radicals:  A Novel of Utopia and Dystopia

I don’t like writing negative reviews. I really don’t. Unless you’re a total hack, even writing a bad book requires a hell of a lot of effort. 576 more words

Recent Sci-Fi Novels

Book Review: Valkia the Bloody by Sarah Cawkwell

I’ve had a great love for Warhammer ever since I was a child. Although I do not physically play anymore, reading the books is now the escape I crave whenever I come across a story from the Black Library that has the ability to transport me to that world. 425 more words


Series on Sunday: Mini-reviews of series books

Trying something new this month!  I rarely review series books, unless it’s the first in a series. So I thought I’d do a set of mini-reviews instead. 749 more words

Part Of A Series

Book Review: The Martian by Andy Weir

The Martian written by Andy Weir, is nothing short of spectacular.

From personal opinion, it is one of the most well researched fictional novels I have come across, mixing both science realism and fiction in one of the most intelligent ways I have read so far in my reading backlog. 377 more words


Book Review: Dark Moon by Tom Freeman and Benedick Bana

Dark Moon is a new, and delightfully horrific comic series made by comic writer, Tom Freeman and designed by Benedick Bana.

The basis of the story for Dark Moon, gravitates around the main character of Dante who is a scientist working on the idea of teleportation. 394 more words