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
The Battle is the sequel to The Gauntlet, and almost like a companion novel. Unfortunately it could not quite live up to the first book. The compelling things from the first book seemed to have fallen away.
The Gauntlet is an interesting mix of steampunk and the movie jumanji. Especially if you liked the most recent Jumanji movie in setting I think you would enjoy this one.