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At a time when the vast majority of science fiction is bleak and technology is portrayed as potentially disastrous, all optimistic, forward-thinking works deserve special attention. Be it Taylor’s Bobiverse or Weir’s Project Hail Mary, readers like me appreciate true … Continue reading
The Tomorrow War is this generation’s Independence Day. It’s intense, amazing, with great action sequences, a little bit of humor and emotion. All characters are relatable, and the outcome is happy. It is also dumb as heck, with logical holes … Continue reading
The Forge of God is one of the most depressing science fiction books I’ve ever read. It is apocalyptic in a way a Hollywood movie could never replicate: even though the story takes place on a global scale, the very … Continue reading
From the realm of hard and dark science fiction comes a book about … space vampires? Well, not exactly, but I had to get it out of the way. This book does include vampires, but that’s just a small part … Continue reading
Alien invasion books are a dime a dozen. Post-apocalyptic alien invasion books are almost as numerous. So, it’s difficult to come up with at least a semi-original premise, and package it into a refreshing and gripping story. McCammon manages to … Continue reading