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 haven’t been on a blog tour in so long, and I’m really happy to have jumped back in to celebrate the paperback release of this fantastic, thought-provoking book – if you like your dystopia near-future and frighteningly realistic, this is a must-read.Continue reading “Blog Tour: A Song for a New Day”
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”
A rare non-fiction review for you today! Monster, She Wrote takes a fun but informative look at the legacy of female science fiction and horror writers across history.
If you love stories where the stakes are high and the games are twisty, then The Gameshouse is where you need to go…
Seeing this post-apocalyptic tale compared to Station Eleven (which I really didn’t like!), I had some trepidation going in. I shouldn’t have worried, though, as A Boy and his Dog at the End of the World is a wholly different beast, and I loved it!