• Station Eleven
    Station Eleven Emily St John Mandel Station Eleven is a pandemic story about a virus named the Georgia Flu that wipes our 99% of the earth’s population. The 333 pages are split into 55 short chapters and 9 parts that switch […]
  • Brilliance of the Moon
    Brilliance of the Moon Lian Hearn The third volume of Tales of the Otori bring Takeo’s and Kaede’s story to a close after the winter spent at Tarayama monastery. Takeo doesn’t command the largest army and has the Tohan on one […]
  • Grass for his Pillow
    Grass for his Pillow Lian Hearn The second volume picks after the traumatic events that concluded Across the Nightingale Floor that sent Takeo and Kaede in separate directions. Takeo has been taken by the Tribe to fulfil his destiny as heir […]
  • Across the Nightingale Floor
    Across the Nightingale Floor Lian Hearn Across the Nightingale Floor is the first of a five part series named “Tales of the Otori”. The first three volumes include Grass for His Pillow and Brilliance of the Moon and can be read […]
  • Artemis
    Artemis Andy Weir Jazz, a women from Saudi, has been living on the Moon since she was six. Now in her twenties she lives on just the wrong side of the law, generally a good person, but willing to break the […]
  • Swimmers
    Swimmers Marian Womack This is a story about an earth where climate change has transformed the planet into a watery wasteland and the people have been split into two factions; those that live on the surface, poor and uneducated in the […]

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