An epically beautiful sci fi that asks what it means to be a person.
Category: Sci-Fi Reviews
Quiet, beautiful perfection.
In which I have very mixed feelings about a short story collection.
Her superpower is Powerpoint, and she gets shit DONE.
Also, it is faster to just read the book than to read all my feels about it.
A world where music has replaced memories, and two boys who might just save it.
If you’re looking for a book where there’s a clear Dark Side and no question who the heroes are, this is not the book for you. If you want an adventure, a heist, capers and shenanigans, this is not the book for you. If you’re looking for a comfort read, a quick read, a fun […]
*Deep breath* Okay. I’m okay. Wow. I’ve seen people raving about this book for quite a while now; many trusted sources from all over the place. I even picked it up at some point, but I didn’t get past the first few pages. I must have been in a weird headspace or something, because as […]
This is a wonderful little book – I pre-ordered it on a whim, mainly because I’ve found Carriger’s writing entertaining before and I’m always interested to see takes on alien gender and sexuality. I didn’t expect it to be as sweet and adorable as it in fact was, and despite a few tragic revelations it […]
So…this was an odd one. Höst is one of my favourite authors in all the world; she’s entirely self-published (except for the Book Smugglers editions of her Touchstone trilogy, copies of which I want so bad), so she’s criminally under-known. I’m pretty sure I stumbled across her via a Book Smugglers review; otherwise, I might […]