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!
Hey, folks! I've got for you a new review about Jeff VanderMeer's Veniss Underground, a fascinating if somewhat flawed work. A lot happens across these two-hundred-and-fifty pages: a heartbreaking tale of separation and rediscovery, a descent into the underworld, a Biblical struggle between man and cruel god--all of it written with prose at once substantial... Continue Reading →
Previous - Hope Dies | Next After the spectacular defeat the rebels suffered at the hands of Darth Vader following Queen Trios' betrayal, our heroes are forced to scatter throughout the galaxy in search of safe haven. Luke, Leia, and Han are torn away from their friends and allies, even from the Millenium Falcon itself.... Continue Reading →
Heya folks! I've got a review of Martha Wells' second Murderbot Diaries novella, Artificial Condition. It's short and sweet, and the last video I'm doing with this setup. Brace yourselves, folks - I'm changing the ol' show up! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yu8_bduKVP0
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 →
https://youtu.be/G9DLOc-i2y4 Hiya folks. Today I've got a review of what is doubtless one of the finest sci-fi novels of 2021, already. Keep an eye out on the Hive for the text version tomorrow!
What's there to say about this one that hasn't been said before? Vonnegut is among the quintessential American authors, someone who, despite writing science fiction, transcended the stigmata of SF without difficulty, entered popular American consciousness and hasn't left it since. Its message strongly abhors the very notion of war, decries the brutalities of it... Continue Reading →
To take some liberty with a quote by the great Philip K. Dick, fantasy is about things that are conceivably impossible, whereas science fictions is all about the conceivably possible. Both genres are about writing, discovering and experiencing new things, but science fiction takes on these three objectives with a different toolset; it is ideas... Continue Reading →