Thank you to Jo Fletcher Books for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: A Strange and Brilliant Light by Eli Lee Release Date: July 22nd 2021Tags: Sci-Fi | Adult | Artificial Intelligence | AI Revolution | Future Earth | Moral Implications | Open… Continue reading Blog Tour | A Strange and Brilliant Light | ARC Review
Thank you to TorDotCom and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: Hard Reboot by Django Wexler Release Date: May 25th 2021 Tags: Adult | Sci-Fi | Old Earth | Novella | Big Robots | Mecha | Mecha Fights | LGBTQ+ |… Continue reading Hard Reboot | ARC Review
The Traitor Baru Cormorant isn’t in itself a pleasant read. It is confronting, brutal and can completely absorb you if you let it. The synopsis really tells it all.
Murderbot is back! In between watching Sanctuary Moon and their protection detail, they now have to solve a murder!
The Galaxy, and the Ground Within is another spectacular read. Not for the plot but for the characters that find each other.
A History of Madness is a good and solid sequel to A Touch of Death.
It is Monday, November 30th. This means it is the last day of Sci-Fi Month 2020. Normally I would have been up to my arm pits into sci-fi and blog hopping all the sci-fi crew did. But as mentioned at the end of the month, I was on a bit of a semi-break. So maybe… Continue reading Get to Know Annemieke, the SF Reader | #Scifimonth
I received this arc through a giveway from The Captain’s Quarters during Sci-Fi Month 2019. Thanks again, captain! The bookmark is one I created and you can buy it here. Book: Escaping Exodus (Escaping Exodus 1) by Nicky DraydenRelease Date: October 15th 2019Tags: Sci-Fi | Space Ships | Space Beasts | Matriarchal | Family… Continue reading Escaping Exodus | Book Review | #scifimonth
Phoenix Extravagant, an interesting tale about a colonized country, an artist and an automaton dragon.
I’ve been getting a lot of review requests this year and since I do not always have time, I sometimes offer for the author to write a guest post for the blog. This way there is still attention for them and their book. Through this way I got into contact with Jon Richter. One topic… Continue reading Guest Post | What Is Cyberpunk by Jon Richter