Category Archives: Book Review

 

  • Shards of Earth: A look at the new Adrian Tchaikovsky novel, Shards of Earth

  • The Album of Dr. Moreau: Hey, hey, we're a Monkee! Well, chimp actually, plus an elephant, an ocelot, an armadillo and a bat. With help from Daryl Gregory, the world's latest hot boy band has produced The Album of Dr Moreau

  • QualityLand: In the near future, Germany will be the Best of All Possible Countries: QualityLand by Marc-Uwe Kling

  • Blackheart Knights: Laure Eve's debut urban fantasy, Blackheart Knights, re-invents King Arthur in a near-future London

  • Red Dust: From Yoss, a star of Cuban science fiction, comes Red Dust, a mystery featuring a robot detective who is a fan of noir fiction

  • A Master of Djinn: A review of A Master of Djinn, the new steampunk Cairo book from P. Djèlí Clark

  • Fugitive Telemetry: A review of the latest Martha Wells Murderbot book, Fugitive Telemetry

  • Defekt: Nino Cipri returns to the whacky world of LitenVärld furtniture stores in this new novella, Defekt

  • The Vanished Birds: Cheryl takes a look at The Vanished Birds by Simon Jimenez, who is one of the finalists for this year's Astounding Award.

  • Requiem Moon: A review of Requiem Moon, the second volume of CT Rwizi's African-themed fantasy series.

  • A Desolation Called Peace: A review of A Desolation Called Peace, Arkady Martine's follow up to last year''s Hugo-winning novel, A Memory Called Empire