Book Review: Composite Creatures, by Caroline Hardaker

This week, I’m reviewing a book that I’ve been looking forward to since I first saw that enigmatic cover; it’s Composite Creatures, the debut novel from poet Caroline Hardaker. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from the publisher, Angry Robot. This… Read More Book Review: Composite Creatures, by Caroline Hardaker

Book Review: Skyward Inn, by Aliya Whiteley

This week, I’m reviewing Aliya Whiteley’s new novel, Skyward Inn. Whatever you might be expecting from this book, you’re probably wrong. This fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from the publisher, Solaris. This review contains an affiliate link to Bookshop.org, which will… Read More Book Review: Skyward Inn, by Aliya Whiteley

Book Review: One Day All This Will Be Yours, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

This week, I’m reviewing the new novella from the prolific and multiple award-winning Adrian Tchaikovsky, One Day All This Will Be Yours. This humorous take on time travel is published by Solaris, and this fair and unbiased review was conducted with gratitude for the free electronic copy of the book which I received from them.… Read More Book Review: One Day All This Will Be Yours, by Adrian Tchaikovsky

Book Review: Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, by Kate Wilhelm

It’s time for another review for Vintage Sci-fi Month! This time, I’m delving into the world of cloning with Kate Wilhelm’s Hugo Award-winning 1974 classic Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang. Special thanks to Dave Lawrie for furnishing me with a copy of the book – follow him on Twitter @ConstructGlue. This review contains an… Read More Book Review: Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang, by Kate Wilhelm