Genre: Science Fiction

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Review: Onyx Javelin, Steve Wheeler

Review: Onyx Javelin, Steve Wheeler

The crew of the Basalt are celebrities throughout the Human Sphere of Existence, made famous by their adventures over the years and glamourised by the Games Board, who broadcast to the masses. As the Basalt‘s crew continue their investigations into the Urchin creatures, a Games Board sanctioned conflict between two… Read more »

February 16, 2015 Uncategorized 0 ★★★★

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Review: The Mime Order, Samantha Shannon

Review: The Mime Order, Samantha Shannon

Click here and listen to a clip from the audio book edition, from audible.com! The Mime Order is the second book in the series that started with The Bone Season. I’ve tried to avoid spoilers for the first one but you might like to read my review of that book instead…. Read more »

January 26, 2015 Uncategorized 1 ★★★½

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Review: Endsinger, Jay Kristoff

Review: Endsinger, Jay Kristoff

Jay Kristoff’s Lotus War trilogy comes to its epic conclusion in Endsinger. How do I write this review without gushing about how much I loved this series? I’m not sure that’s possible. The Lotus Guild and what remains of the Shogun’s samurai are hell-bent on wiping out what’s left of… Read more »

December 29, 2014 Uncategorized 3 ★★★★★

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Review: Breeder, KB Hoyle

Review: Breeder, KB Hoyle

Breeder Seventeen is a genetically perfect young woman with one purpose: To help increase the human population by bearing “contributions” for the Unified World Order. She’s already carried one contribution, but something went wrong with her second pregnancy and she finds herself feeling more and more unhappy with her supposedly perfect… Read more »

December 15, 2014 Uncategorized 3 ★★★★

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Review: The Book of Days, KA Barker

Review: The Book of Days, KA Barker

Tuesday wakes up in the Unreality House with no memory of her past. She is given clothes and supplies to make her way in the world and told to forget about finding out about her previous life, but she’s desperate to find out who she might have been before ending… Read more »

December 9, 2014 Uncategorized 9 ★★★★★

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Review: Captive, Aimée Carter

Review: Captive, Aimée Carter

In a future United States, the rich upper classes live in luxury while the underclasses suffer. Kitty has been Masked – her appearance surgically changed to look exactly like the Prime Minister’s niece, Lila Hart. She is living a life of luxury and comfort, but secretly helping the Blackcoats plan… Read more »

December 2, 2014 Uncategorized 2 ★★★½

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Review: This Shattered World, Amie Kaufman & Megan Spooner

Review: This Shattered World, Amie Kaufman & Megan Spooner

I loved These Broken Stars when I read it last year, and I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this second book. I was a little surprised when it introduces new characters on a new world, but it is so worth getting to know Jubilee and Flynn. The world… Read more »

November 21, 2014 Uncategorized 1 ★★★★½

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Review: Doctor Who: Engines of War, George Mann

Review: Doctor Who: Engines of War, George Mann

The Time War is raging across time and space, and the Time Lord formerly known as the Doctor is still battling on. He crash lands his TARDIS on the planet of Moldox, a planet occupied by Daleks, accidentally rescuing the human freedom fighter Cinder in the process. She agrees to… Read more »

November 19, 2014 Uncategorized 0 ★★★★

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Review: Doctor Who: Silhouette, Justin Richards

Review: Doctor Who: Silhouette, Justin Richards

The Doctor and Clara travel back to Victorian London to investigate a mysterious energy emission. Around the city, people are being murdered – sucked dry to empty husks. The Great Detective and her associates are on the case. Meanwhile, the “Carnival of Curiosities” has come to town, in which there performs… Read more »

November 3, 2014 Uncategorized 2 ★★★★

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Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos, Gary Russell

Doctor Who: Beautiful Chaos, Gary Russell

I’m a big fan of the Tenth Doctor, and when I saw that this story not only also features my favourite companion, Donna Noble, but that it was also flagged as a “favourite” and picked to be part of the 50th anniversary re-releases, I had to grab a copy. Almost… Read more »

October 14, 2014 Uncategorized 0 ★★★★½

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