Category Archives: science fiction

Alone by Scott Sigler

With this book three, author Sigler nicely ratchets up the action while also answering quite a few of the questions lingering from the previous two books in the series. Some characters will die, some will change, but all will have … Continue reading

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Aqua by Kozue Amano

Perhaps because I was never into sweet but vapid slice of life stories, Aqua did absolutely nothing for me (except bored me to sleep). We have beautiful drawings of incredibly stupid girls doing pretty much pointless things for really meaningless … Continue reading

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World Trigger 14 by Daisuke Ashihara

With World Trigger 14, we see the consequences of the last rank war in which T2 lost to the higher ranked B squads. Mikumo is doing soul searching while Enedorad is grudgingly giving information about Aftokrator. Some big changes are … Continue reading

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4001 AD by Matt Kindt

4001AD (Book 4 in the Rai series) started out well, featuring a beautifully drawn series of Japanese ink inspired art telling the backstories of our main character and his world. But then the plot kicked in to standard (but still … Continue reading

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Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee

Ninefox Gambit is one of the rare science fiction novels that feels like it takes place in the future – a feat that is both fascinating and frustrating for a reader. But unlike so many mind numbing tech-heavy reads in … Continue reading

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Railhead by Philip Reeve

Railhead is a very well written and intriguing YA themed science fiction tale. Although the appearance and description may seem like steampunk, this is very grounded in a cyberpunkish sci fi setting featuring androids, a sentient cybernet, and interstellar travel. … Continue reading

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Outriders by Jay Posey

What we have with Outriders is one very well written spy novel that happens to be set in the future. And although there are the typical sci if accouterments (reanimation, space stations, flying automated cars), this really is much more … Continue reading

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