[Book Review] Metatropolis

Metatropolis is an anthology book with stories by Jay Lake, Elizabeth Bear, John Scalzi, Tobias Buckell and Karl Schroeder. Each story is short enough to read by itself and does not have to be read to understand the others but Continue reading [Book Review] Metatropolis

[Book Review] Ganymede by Cherie Priest

With NaNoWrimo now over, we now return to our normal broadcasting like book reviews! Cherie Priest‘s fourth novel set in the Clockwork Century Universe deals with the city of New Orleans, Texas, Air Pirates, Zombis and a submarine called Ganymede. Continue reading [Book Review] Ganymede by Cherie Priest

[Book Review] Retribution Falls

“Ain’t one of us who’s not running from something.” In this post-Firefly/Serenity age, there are great deal of authors embracing the whole plucky crew vs. big enemy in a cool universe idea, James S. A. Corey’s Leviathan Wakes (review forth Continue reading [Book Review] Retribution Falls

[Book Review] Ready Player One

“Ready Player One.” Ready Player One by Ernie Cline is what a dystopian future should look like. Economy in the toilet, energy depleted, trailers stacked dangerously close. Most kids going to school in VR called OASIS and the 80’s has Continue reading [Book Review] Ready Player One

[Book Review] Trading in Danger (Vatta’s War #1)

“Trade and Profit.” Elizabeth Moon‘s Trading in Danger revolves around Ky Vatta and her unnerving ability for picking up stray puppies only to have them bite her in end. Thankfully, Ky does not stay like this throughout her adventures. Ky’s Continue reading [Book Review] Trading in Danger (Vatta’s War #1)

Mira Grant’s next novel…

For those who have not read Mira Grant‘s Feed, I highly recommend it. The sequel entitled Deadline is arriving soon and she has been posting snippets of scenes leading up the world being infested with zombies. You can find these Continue reading Mira Grant’s next novel…

[Book Review] Game of Thrones

“Winter is coming.” George R.R. Martin‘s Game of Thrones premiers this Sunday on HBO. And, yes, you’re too late to go out and buy the first book now and finish it by 9pm tomorrow night. It’s great to see cable Continue reading [Book Review] Game of Thrones

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