Wherein Adam reviews Richard Danksy’s Vaporware and learns a lesson about cover art.
Madeline Ashby’s iD, the sequel to her debut novel vN, offers more meta layers than the offspring of Community and Inception, raised by Philip K. Dick and Isaac Asimov
James Marshall’s “How To End Human Suffering” series continues with new characters and a proven literary mot juste.
Though beautiful in its world building, Guy Gavriel Kay subjugates every other element of River of Stars to the majesty of its setting.
Matthew Johnson returns to the Borderless Empire of Fall From Earth with The Salt and Iron Dialogues.
The second edition of the dystopian SF anthology Brave New Worlds adds three new stories and extra non-fiction; in this post I take a look at the former.
Wherein Adam reviews five short stories from Daily Science Fiction instead of tackling his growing TBR pile.
The Human Division continues the story of the Old Man’s War trilogy while serving as a great jumping on point for newcomers.
Post Mortem Press’ Fear the Abyss anthology skillfully explores the darker sides of science, knowledge, and the burdens that come with both.
The Stranded Anthology by Bell Bridge Books offers sci-fi novellas by James Alan Gardner, Anne Bishop, and Anthony Francis.