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This multi-award winner is not for everyone. I’ve seen opinions from people who love it, and opinions from people who couldn’t finish it. I enjoyed parts of this work, while outright dismissing others. I’ve had fun with this story, but … Continue reading
Bears Discover Fire is one of the most decorated science fiction short stories. It has won the Hugo, Nebula, Locus and Sturgeon awards, among others, and has been nominated for even more. It is a wonderful bittersweet piece of writing, … Continue reading
The Windup Girl is essential reading for the early 21st century. It deals with incredibly important themes in an accessible and very engaging fashion. The characters are all well fleshed out, the story is plausible, and the setting is exotic … Continue reading
The Dispossessed is one of the most awarded science fiction novels. It won the Hugo, Nebula and Locus awards, and has been widely recognized even outside its sci-fi genre. With a good reason, I may add: the book crosses over … Continue reading
The Left Hand of Darkness is considered one of the most important works of modern science fiction. Published in 1969, it opened up the world of sci-fi to the concepts of gender fluidity, and is widely considered one of the … Continue reading