The Lathe of Heaven by Ursula K. Le Guin

Ursula K. Le Guin's The Lathe of Heaven asks not only “Can we imagine the future?” but “What is the price for that future?” It's a brilliant work, revolving around the relationship between George Orr (who may or may not be a reference to George Orwell) and his psychiatrist, William Haber. Bend me your ear... Continue Reading →

Binti by Nnedi Okorafor – Book Review

Published by: Tor.comGenre: Sci-Fi, AfrofuturismPages: 96Format: ebookPurchased Copy: from AmazonAwards: Hugo and Nebula Awards for Best Novella (2016) Calvin Park spoke about this one over at one of the recent episodes of his Under a Pile of Books podcast; and since I’ve been trying to finish the last few squares for r/fantasy’s yearly bingo challenge,... Continue Reading →

Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

I'm happy with the progress I've made with Haruki Murakami's books over these last few months. Kafka on the Shore in May, Norwegian Wood in September and just this last week, What I Talk About when I talk About Running. The last is freshest in my mind but I'll contain myself and instead turn to... Continue Reading →

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