What a busy SciFi Month that was! Not that you’d know it looking at this blog of course, seeing as all I committed to was posting for the daily prompts on Twitter and a small TBR pile, but I kept up with what some of my fellow bloggers were up to over November and my… Read More SciFi Month Wrap Up
This week, I’m finally reviewing the latest novel from the prolific Claire North, Notes from the Burning Age. I managed to get a review out before she published another book, hooray! Read on for my thoughts on this post-climate-change-reckoning set tale. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will earn me a commission… Read More Book Review: Notes from the Burning Age, by Claire North
A little more progress has been made on the reading challenges I undertook at the start of the year, which were supposed to be happy-fun-times that were easily achievable and are now becoming a tiny bit more fraught as the end of the year approaches. Read on to find out why, and which challenges I’ve… Read More 2021 Reading Challenges: October Progress Update
This week, things are getting all dystopian with Jamie Mollart’s new novel Kings of a Dead World, published by Sandstone Press. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free copy of the book which I received from the author. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will earn me… Read More Book Review: Kings of a Dead World, by Jamie Mollart
It’s been a while since I’ve updated you all on my reading challenge progress, so it’s time to check what badges I’ve acquired in the Spells and Spaceships badge collecting extravaganza, as well as what prompts I’ve met in the Hodderscape 2021 Reading Challenge. Has this been an “august” performance in terms of reading challenges?… Read More Reading Challenges: August Progress Update
This week, I’m reviewing The Crimson Script, a magic tinged, gunpowder fuelled tale of resistance from S. J. Hull. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which was provided by the author.
This week, I’m finally publishing my review for Francis Carsac’s The City Among the Stars, available in English for the first time since its “Golden Age of Science Fiction” publication. How does it hold up all these years later though? Read on to find out! This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for… Read More Book Review: The City Among the Stars, by Francis Carsac
This week, things are looking decidedly apocalyptic, as I review debut author Kate Sawyer’s The Stranding. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from the publisher, Hodder & Stoughton. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will earn me a… Read More Book Review: The Stranding, by Kate Sawyer
This week, the subject of my review is Claire North’s dystopian novella Sweet Harmony, set in a near-future world where humanity has lovingly embraced nano-technology. But is the beauty it engineers only skin-deep?
This week, I’m thrilled to be part of the blog tour for Shards of Earth, the first book in Adrian Tchaikovsky’s new Final Architecture trilogy. The tour is organised by The Write Reads in association with Black Crow PR, who furnished me with a free electronic copy of the book in exchange for this fair… Read More Book Review: Shards of Earth, by Adrian Tchaikovsky