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
For this week’s review, I got myself a front row seat to humanity’s extinction in Day Zero, C. Robert Cargill’s prequel to Sea of Rust. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from the publisher, Gollancz. This review contains an affiliate link… Read More Book Review: Day Zero, by C. Robert Cargill
This week, I’m reviewing the debut novel from Paul Braddon, The Actuality, due out with Sandstone Press on the 18th of February (and already optioned by the BBC). Artificial intelligence is always going to get my attention, and there’s plenty of food for thought here. This review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic… Read More Book Review: The Actuality, by Paul Braddon
It’s time for my latest review for Sci-Fi Month, and this week it’s the turn of C. Robert Cargill’s Sea of Rust. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will earn me a small commission and help support independent bookshops (seriously, they’re lovely folks).