Category Archives: sci-fi

The Privilege of Peace by Tanya Huff

By far, this has to be one of my favorite series of all time. While the first book (7 ago!) was serviceable, by the second book we got the series-long arc and some of the best characters in sci fi … Continue reading

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Ark Land By Scott A Ford

I love that we have so many original stories in graphic novel format these days. Sure, I may not love all of them – but we have such variety that we really are spoiled. And while Ark Land never connected … Continue reading

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Exile by Glynn Stewart

I have read several Glynn Stewart books now and all have a running theme of not being overly technical combined with an emphasis of good people trying to do the right thing in a shifting culture. He avoids a lot … Continue reading

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The Promised Neverland Volume 5 by Kaiu Shirai, Posuka Demizu

The Promised Neverland continues to be a fascinating read as the kids are now outside and facing new perils. I had worried the series would be about constantly scheming to get out but never actually leave the orphanage. Fortunately, with … Continue reading

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Stellar issue 1 by Joseph Keatinge and Bret Blevins

With Stellar issue 1, we are given a brief introduction to a post apocalyptic universe in which everything seems to be in ruins. Retro future spaceships, giant robots, huge alien creatures, and an almost steampunkian type of army lie in … Continue reading

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Nyxia Unleashed by Scott Reintgen

Nyxia Unleashed was the perfect follow up to the first book: we still have the action, the exploration, the uncertainly, and excellent characterization. As well, this sequel didn’t (for the most part) fall into the sophomore slump of being mostly … Continue reading

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Dragon Road By Joseph Brassey

Dragon Road, like its predecessor Skyfarer, is an exuberant sci fi that references Star Wars in large chunks. This isn’t deep or cerebral sci fi; take it as an adventure story that Spielberg or Lucas might have created, if Star … Continue reading

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