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Necromancers in space. Walking skeletons, magic, sword fights, all in a galactic empire setting with spaceships, planetary invasions, and armies. Throw in a fairly pedestrian, yet amusing language, and you have a literary concoction that has the potential to blow … Continue reading
This highly amusing and cynical short story hits all the right buttons. It contains a future that may be funny for some and terrifying for others. It has a highly emotional redemption arc. And a crime and punishment element so … Continue reading
Scalzi’s second published science fiction novel already features his signature humor and themes, which would permeate many of his more mature works. Even though it lacks polish and changes directions rather unexpectedly, it is still a fun short read for … Continue reading
The sequel to the supremely funny Will Save the Galaxy for Food leaves a lot to be desired. It still features more of the same humor, but the worldbuilding has dissipated in favor of action, and the gradual discovery of … Continue reading
Magic is real. Time travel is real. And there’s a military-operated startup that has the technology to make both happen. But what if they were too successful? Will those with the passion for the technology still run the show, or … Continue reading