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Space Opera Sunday: Look to Windward

800 years after the Idiran War, the dying light of two suns destroyed in it will finally reach Masaq’ Orbital. For Ziller, the occasion is overshadowed by the arrival of a Chelgrian emissary on a mission to bring the composer in exile home. 1,010 more words


[Free eBook] Code of Conduct by Kristine Smith [Science Fiction Thriller]

Code of Conduct by Kristine Smith, the 2001 recipient of the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, is the 1st novel in her… 430 more words


Book Review: Binti ☆☆☆

Her name is Binti, and she is the first of the Himba people ever to be offered a place at Oomza University, the finest institution of higher learning in the galaxy.

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Gilbert Speaks on "The Expanse" S02 E09

Heads are going to roll when Avasarala finds out the truth about the Ganymede disaster. That doesn’t bide well for Bobbie Draper or Team Rocinante if Earth finds out they are heading back to Ganymede to find Doctor Strickland. 650 more words

Review: GEMINA, by Amie Kaufman & Jay Kristoff (Illuminae Files #2)

Last year I was literally swept away by Illuminae, the first volume in this trilogy: not only because of its compelling story, but also thanks to its remarkable characters, that went a long way toward changing my opinion about YA-oriented stories. 1,327 more words


Resurrection: He is back...finally!

Resurrection (The Frontiers Saga: Rouge Castes, #3) By Ryk Brown
My rating: :star: :star: :star: :star: Very Good

The enemy tightens its grip…
Friends suffer a terrible blow…

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The First Few Hours of Mass Effect: Andromeda are... Not Good.

Until now, Mass Effect exclusively consisted of my favorite trilogy in modern gaming. BioWare’s space opera popularized choice-with-consequence gameplay, building romantic relationships, and the ability to create and import a hero you’ve spent considerable time with into future installments.  1,073 more words