Six Excellent Sci-Fi Novels I read in 2019

A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine First of all, look at that cover art. Look at it. It's breathtaking. It creates within you certain expectations, of majesty and power and Empire, of two cultures clashing with one another, of two individuals removed from all others for entirely different reasons. It sets up a confrontation,... Continue Reading →

Starsight by Brandon Sanderson – Book Review

This review was originally posted over at booknest.eu! Skyward was an explosive whirlwind of action, quick dialogue and quirky characters that went immensely deep by the time I reached its closing chapter. Little surprise here, as this is Brandon Sanderson we’re talking about. Starsight, meanwhile, is a different beast altogether, delving into the complexities of... Continue Reading →

Book Recommendation: The Way of Kings

Brandon Sanderson is one talented sunuvabiscuit. It's impossible for me to think of a title that has Sanderson's name on it, and is also bad. There's no higher accolade I could give an author. Sure, there's always something to get annoyed about, if you're looking for reasons to do so -- Sanderson's near-constant avoidance of actually... Continue Reading →

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