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 →

A Pair of Quick Mini Reviews

Hullo, followers! I've been meaning to get a pair of non-fantasy novel reviews out of the way, so here goes! But before I go all non-fantasy on y'all, I just finished a wonderful staple in early 20th century fantasy classic and I'm going to say a few words about it as well! #everythingiscontent The Sword... Continue Reading →

Small Gods: A Discworld Review

Oh, lawks, I read another Discworld novel. Small Gods was Terry Pratchett's most intricate examination of organised religion and faith yet. Where do the gods come from? How many masks do they wear? Are they just a big lot of buggers sitting on their arses, pulling the limbs off mortals for the giggles? That's what... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Song by Jesse Teller

This book was provided by Rebekah Teller in exchange for a review! I can't recall whether it was supposed to be an honest review or a dishonest one, so I'll trust my fingers to guide me towards the more preferable type. Song took me a while to get through. On one hand, Song has an... Continue Reading →

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