Thank you to Skyscape and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: The Electric Heir (Feverwake 2) by Victoria Lee Release Date: March 17th 2020 Tags: Young Adult / Sci-fi / Fantasy / Magic / Disease / LGBTQ+ / Gay / Friendship… Continue reading The Electric Heir | Feverwake Book 2 | Book Review
Bone Silence, the final installment to the Revenger trilogy is here. Does it answer the questions the Ness sisters and I have?
In the Long Earth people have learned the existence of stepping, where one can step into an alternate dimension of Earth. But these alternate dimensions don’t have humans like us.
I like to browse through my Twitter timeline when I don’t know what to do with myself. Don’t we all? Don’t we hate it when it refreshes you can’t find something back? Because that was me in October. In a flash I saw someone tweet that in a discussion sci-fi was seen as only escapist… Continue reading Escaping by Use of Space / Is Sci-Fi Only Escapist Fiction? // #scifimonth 2019
In 2018 I did a My A to Z of fantasy for Wyrd & Wonder. This year I decided to make one for science-fiction which was even harder than I thought. I think it shows that I am not as knee deep into sci-fi as I am with fantasy. But I still tried my best.… Continue reading My Sc-Fi A to Z // #scifimonth
It is sci-fi month so you can’t honestly be expecting me to start talking about my favorite book marks for top ten tuesday, can you? I have plenty so I couldn’t even choose 10. Ha! Instead I am sharing with you some of my favorite reads since sci-fi month last year that are sci-fi or… Continue reading Sci-Fi Books in the Last Year I Read I’d Reccommend to You // #scifimonth // #toptentuesday 212
Another strong, this time more science based story by Becky Chambers in To Be Taught, If Fortunate