Wherein Adam digs Chuck Wendig’s new Star Wars novel
Wherein reads his first Alastair Reynolds book and ponders notions of individual sacrifice.
Wherein Adam reviews the latest entry in John Scalzi’s Old Man’s War universe
Wherein Adam hands over the controls for a guest book review of Neal Stephenson’s Seveneves
Wherein Adam takes away something unexpected from Greg Pak’s Planet Hulk comics
Wherein Adam reflects on lazy afternoons spent with the second Honor Harrington novel
I know, it’s not exactly a timely review of Rio Youers’ Westlake Soul. If you want timely, you can always try Publisher’s Weekly. Wait, no, bad idea. Stay here. Read my review of a novel that hurt more than Continue Reading
Wherein Adam marvels at the terrors of Marie Bilodeau’s new serialized novel, Nigh.
Wherein Adam reviews Erik Williams’ Demon and experiments in judging books by their covers
Wherein Adam offers a confession about and a reflection on Stephen King’s The Dead Zone