I really enjoyed Alastair Chisholm’s debut sci-fi, Orion Lost (review here), so I was thrilled to get a chance to review Adam-2!Continue reading “Review: Adam-2 by Alastair Chisholm”
It’s taken me an embarrassingly long time to get round to this review, but let me tell you: Chaos Vector is an excellent sequel to 2019’s sci-fi delight Velocity Weapon!Continue reading “Review: Chaos Vector”
This is a sweet and heartfelt tale about humanity, music, doughnuts, acceptance, and more – it combines a whole mix of extremely strange elements into one lovely, if unusual, story.Continue reading “Review: Light from Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki”
I absolutely fell in love with Sarah Pinsker’s writing with A Song For A New Day, which I reviewed here, so I was really happy to be asked to be on the blog tour for her newest book, We Are Satellites!Continue reading “Blog Tour: We Are Satellites”
I really enjoyed the blockbuster superhero-esque fun of The Girl Who Could Move Sh*t With Her Mind (check out my review here if you need a refresher!) and since I ended up reading the next two books back-to-back, I thought I’d put all my thoughts about both books into one review! Unfortunately, I feel like what made the first book feel fresh and fun has soured into something that left me rather cold.Continue reading “Review: Random Sh*t Flying Through The Air and Eye of the Sh*t Storm”
This review is so late, because I’ve been suffering from the most ironic of blogging curses: when you adore a book so much you can’t bear to actually put it into words! Winter’s Orbit is one of my favourite books I’ve read so far this year!Continue reading “Review: Winter’s Orbit”
Relics, Wrecks, and Ruins is one of the most interesting SFF short story anthologies I’ve ever read, full of some wonderful authors and some really clever ideas.Continue reading “Review: Relics, Wrecks, and Ruins”
Dangerous Remedy was one of my most anticipated reads of the year, promising an action-packed take on Revolutionary France full of queer rep and weird science!
I’m not usually one for a post-apocalyptic setting, and now might really not have been the time to read about the collapse of civilisation, but If Darkness Takes Us really blew me away with its clever and realistic portrayal of one woman trying to cope in a barely-functioning world.
When it comes to YA, one of my favourite kinds is the sparkly-dresses-and-marriage-contest kind – think The Selection for the perfect archetype. So I was really excited to hear about The Stars We Steal, which combines those tropes with a space setting and draws inspiration from Jane Austen’s Persuasion – and it was everything I wanted it to be!