Hi, everyone! In this week's book video, I'm looking at the third installment of Martha Wells's Murderbot Diaries, Rogue Protocol! https://youtu.be/OjHraoiVvd8 As always, I'd appreciate it if you like the video, subscribe to my channel and let me know what you think in the comments!
The philosophy of humour, it turns out, is a novel and deeply energised field of philosophical thought. Steven Gimbel's erudite and--yes, funny--account of this area was a joy to read and listen to; from his extensive examination of the six leading theories of humour to a number of ethical questions very much relevant to our... Continue Reading →
Arkady Martine’s science fiction debut is one of those rare novels that haunts me in my sleep. It’s been days since I put it down, and yet scenes from “A Memory Called Empire” will come back to me, as vividly as something I’ve lived through instead of just reading about. I’ve relived its climax several times, in... Continue Reading →
Hiya, everyone! Got a new book video for you all--it's another funny short, and I hope you enjoy the hell out of it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLnx18leJZA
https://youtu.be/ldKXxStp3rE And here's this week's #BookTube review. My apologies for abandoning this blog, I'll try to bring you all a few reviews over the next few days. Busy, busy, busy bee.
Previous || Next Here it is, the last chapter in Simon Spurrier's Doctor Aphra run. It's a love letter to the character he spent three years writing, through some excellent ups and a few mediocre downs. A Rogue's End concludes on a high note, however, and one that convinces me that following this character has... Continue Reading →
Blurb: Nicole Lee’s life is going nowhere. No family, no money, and stuck in a relationship with a thug named Bungie. But, after one of Bungie’s “deals” goes south, he and Nicole are whisked away by a mysterious moth-like humanoid to a strange ship called the Fyrantha. Once aboard, life on the ship seems too... Continue Reading →
John Williams witholds the inner voice of the eponymous Augustus, born Gaius Octavius, until the very last. The first Roman Emperor remains among the most enigmatic figures in history, and Williams, too, keeps him at a hand's length, his motives obscure even as the author's other characters scrutinize Octavian's every move. And what characters they... Continue Reading →
What’s this?! Gaming content on the Fantasy Hive? I know what you’re thinking, dear Reader — the powers that be must be mad to give me such autonomy! That’s right, we at the Hive enjoy all things fantastical and creative, and so it’s my great pleasure to bring you all some game coverage starting with... Continue Reading →
Welcome back, dear Reader, to the most glorious feature of all - Saturday Star Wars! If you somehow missed the last entry in my series of love letters to Star Wars, worry not - here's your link! A Long Time Ago, in a Galaxy Far, Far Away... Obi-Wan and Anakin by Charles Soule, Marco Checchetto... Continue Reading →