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
Bone Silence, the final installment to the Revenger trilogy is here. Does it answer the questions the Ness sisters and I have?
Book: Failure to Communicate (Xandri Corelel 1) by Kaia Sønderby Release Date: February 14th 2017 Tags: Adult / Science-Fiction / Aliens / Space Ships / First Contact / Neurodivergence / Genetic Manipulation / Disability / Autism / Autistic MC / Mental Health / Anxiety / Bipolar Disorder Trigger Warnings: Ableism / Anxiety Attacks on the… Continue reading Failure to Communicate / #scifimonth // Book Review
Another strong, this time more science based story by Becky Chambers in To Be Taught, If Fortunate
The Outside is a unique sci-fi novel with an autistic mc, angels and Gods.
Second Star is a Peter Pan Retelling. While I am not the biggest fan of the classic Peter Pan, the idea of a retelling of Peter Pan set in space was just too appealing to pass on. Unfortunately the book couldn’t quite deliver in the areas that I wanted it to.
Books are strange things. Sometimes you can be past the first 100 pages and wonder where things are going and are you even really enjoying it. By the end you are hooked. That was Shadow Captain for me.
Revenger was a surprising action-packed space adventure, a thing I wasn’t expecting after the first few pages.
Book: 2001: A Space Odyssey (Space Odyssey 1) by Arthur C. Clarke Release Date: June 1968 Tags: Sci-Fi / Articial Intelligence / Space Ships / Futurism / History / Technology / Classics On the Moon, an enigma is uncovered. So great are the implications of this discovery that for the first time men are sent… Continue reading Book Review – 2001: A Space Odyssey
One of the most anticipated releases of 2018 has to have been the third Wayfarers book by Becky Chambers. Was it a disappointment? No. Was it different from the other two? Yes.