The sequel to Kitra is another fun, small-scale space adventure that’s perfect for a lighter sci-fi read!
This bind up of three novellas in the Skyward series is an interesting addition to the story, but a frustrating one, because it seems essential to the series plot arc, while being marketed as side stories.
An anthology of short stories that explore romance and time-travel – there are some fascinating ideas in here!
This fast-paced, thrilling YA dystopian series is classic and inventive at the same time!Continue reading “Review: The Book of Fire Trilogy by Michelle Kenney”
A fun sci-fi romp perfect for younger teens and those who like their sci-fi on the cosy side!Continue reading “Review: Kitra by Gideon Marcus”
Vonda N McIntyre’s Dreamsnake was a book I read far too young, but it was a formative sci-fi read for me, so I was delighted to discover another book set in the same world, The Exile Waiting.Continue reading “Review: The Exile Waiting by Vonda N McIntyre”
I know this seems backward when I was just talking about Cytonic yesterday, but reading that sample reminded me I’d totally forgotten to put my review of Starsight up!Continue reading “Review: Starsight by Brandon Sanderson”
I’m thrilled to be part of the blog tour for Cytonic, the third book in the brilliant Skyward series! I was lucky enough to get a glimpse of the first few chapters before its release, so here are my first impressions…Continue reading “Blog Tour: Cytonic by Brandon Sanderson”
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”