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Review: The Tea Master and The Detective

The Tea Master and the Detective follows the tradition of Sherlock Holmes in a unique space opera setting. Aliette de Bodard’s novella is short, but enthralling. 711 more words


The Soldier by Neal Asher

Macmillan | 2018 (17 May) | 448p | Review copy | Buy the book

On the edge of human (or Polity) space, in an area bordering the kingdom of humanity’s long-term enemy, the crablike prador, an accretion disc writhes with alien weaponry created by the long-dead and still feared Jain. 527 more words


The Upside of the Downside

Three times before, eighteen-year-old Keisha Davis had been transported into an alternate universe. For her, only a year passed between each transition, but in the world where the Covington family had become her own, each leap put her twenty years into their future. 693 more words

Short Story

The Price of Tomorrow

Part Two

Read part one (here)

14 years later

A knock on the door startles the father, delicately icing the cake. It’s a small but constant thing, attempting to normalize the girl’s strange diet. 544 more words

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Movie: Pacific Rim - Uprising (2018)

This is the sequel (and second in what is probably going to be a series) in the Pacific Rim theme.

Interesting to see that John Boyega, of the Star Wars fame establish himself as an actor to consider for Hollywood Sci Fi genre. 398 more words

Hollywood Movies

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Leading up to the latest installment of the beloved space saga, there was a lot of speculation around trouble at the set, especially fueled by the firing of the original directors Lord and Miller. 676 more words


Video Game Review: Mass Effect: Andromeda

Details: Released in 2017. Spent around sixty-three hours playing through the game on the PC. Purchased through Origin for around ten dollars.

Score: 7.6/10

A year ago, Mass Effect Andromeda was released to a substantially negative reception. 676 more words