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It’s quite difficult to describe the latest Star Trek offering, especially to a fan. One may attempt to say that it boldly goes to where no other Star Treks went before (sorry). Others may call it an unnecessary fan service … Continue reading
It is not too often that a sequel outshines its predecessor, but Anvil of Stars does it with style and aplomb. It is expansive, imaginative and still very human. It presents questions of morality and revenge, features believable character development … 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
The Bobiverse trilogy is an excellent blend of high concepts, believable future, adventure and action. It is both entertaining and introspective, with deep moral dilemmas. The prose is easy flowing, and the characters relatable. However, is misses its mark by … Continue reading
Chances are, you’ve never heard of this book or its author, but if you read science fiction over the past decade you came across works by John Scalzi. The short version of this review thus could be that Yahtzee Croshaw’s … Continue reading