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Monthly Archives: July 2019
Second in the Murderbot series, Artificial Condition is an endearing piece of science fiction, which has a lot going for it. In particular, it’s not pretending to be more than it is: an inconsequential story in a large, fleshed-out universe. … Continue reading
Graphic novels were a mixed bag this year. While my top pick got me all teary-eyed, and any of the top three books is a contender for the Hugo award, I feel that many better books, especially those dealing with … Continue reading
Sherlock Holmes meets the Culture. This, in short, will be used by many reviewers of this Hugo-nominated novella. On a superficial level, this will hold true (after all, I’m using the same analogy), but I think there are a few … Continue reading