Tag Archives: sci-fi

The Dark Forest by Cixin Liu, trans. by Joel Martinsen

UUUUUUUGGGGGGHHHHHHHH is my main reaction to this book.  My feelings can also be summed up like so: The whole thing was just so very, very frustrating mostly because there was some legitimately brilliant writing but the sexism was almost overwhelming. … Continue reading

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Book review: B is for Birthday* #atozchallenge

Today’s book! The Birthday of the World and Other Stories by Ursula K. Le Guin.  The reason this post is a day late is that when I glanced at the book to remind myself of details of the stories, I … Continue reading

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Reboot by Amy Tintera

Some time in the not too distant future, a virus sweeps across America.  It can be deadly but isn’t always.  Those who die sometimes come back as “Reboots,” especially the young.  Broken bones now heal in minutes, senses are faster, … Continue reading

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Valor’s Choice by Tanya Huff

Staff Sergeant Torin Kerr is the baddest of bad asses.  She strictly follows military protocol but can make a general feel like an idiot and a new second lieutenant toe her line while doing so.  She is competent and smart … Continue reading

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