Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Kim Stanley Robinson – 2312

Brilliant is probably the best word to describe this book. Still… Not great. I don’t know how Robinson manages to create something of this magnitude and scope without a single interesting character. Wonderful and descriptive science is sickled over by … Continue reading

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Seeker – Jack McDevitt… Reviewed

A search for a centuries lost group of folks trying to create a Utopia? The ship carrying them is considered a sort of archeological or salvage Holy Grail? Ok, I’m in. The main character in this one is also a … Continue reading

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Jack McDevitt – The Engines of God… Reviewed

If a weird ancient and not human statue doesn’t make you curious enough to go exploring with a team of human archeologists across the universe, I’m really not sure that anything will get you going. This book is epic in … Continue reading

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Review – Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

It shouldn’t be a surprise that a Hugo and Nebula Award winner is a good book. It’s actually why I picked up Ann Leckie’s gem of a novel, and I’m glad I did. Let’s start off with the nerdy love … Continue reading

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Creativity Within the Box

Orson Scott Card is inspirational in his book and in his approach to creativity. Ender’s Game is read a few times a year around here just for fun, and a few years ago I met him in a little bookshop … Continue reading

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