Category: Sci Fi

  • Rocannons World

    Rocannons World

    A book review of Ursula K. Le Guin’s Rocannon’s World, a story that kickstarts the Hainish Cycle with Roccanon exploring a new world.

  • The Drowned World

    The Drowned World

    A book review of J. G. Ballard’s The Drowned World, his first novel that covers a climate changed ravaged London battered by flood and extreme heat.

  • Annihilation


    A book review of Jeff Vandermeer’s Annihilation, a strange tale of weird events and distorted reality in a government restricted zone

  • The Windup Girl

    The Windup Girl

    A book review of Paolo Bacigalupi’s The Windup Girl, a climate change novel of politics, murder and corruption in Bangkok

  • Old Man’s War

    Old Man’s War

    A book review of John Scalzi’s Old Man’s War, that explores how we might tackle anti-ageing in a fun and darkly comic inter-stellar war novel

  • Aurora


    A book review of Ken Stanley Robinson’s Aurora, charting the journey of a generation ship to Tau Ceti to colonise a new star system

  • Luna: New Moon

    Luna: New Moon

    A book review of Ian McDonald’s Luna New Moon that charts the political fighting for control of the Moon’s resources by five dynastic families

  • Station Eleven

    Station Eleven

    A book review of Emily St John Mandel’s Station Eleven, a post apocalyptic pandemic story following a troop of actors around Lake Michigan

  • 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 rules with a few side hustles in order to get by. In D&D terms…

  • 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 main, and those that live in the ring that circles earth, rich and educated.…

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