BOOK REVIEW: I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov

-Spoilers for the Foundation universe. A full index of novels can be found here- Publisher: Grafton Genre: Tomorrow Fiction Pages: 206 Publication Date: 1950 Rating: 4/5 Robots are everywhere. In our homes, in our workplaces, on Mercury and Venus and all the space stations humanity has built. One woman was there from the start. Now at … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov

BOOK REVIEW: A Chain Across the Dawn, by Drew Williams

-Spoilers for The Stars Now Unclaimed- Publisher: Simon & Schuster Series: The Universe After (#2) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 308 Publication Date: 08/08/2019 Verdict: 5/5 Three years after joining the ranks of the Justified, Esa assists her mentor Jane in tracking down children with unique gifts. But they are not the only ones searching, and their … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Chain Across the Dawn, by Drew Williams

BOOK REVIEW: Emily Eternal, by M.G. Wheaton

Publisher: Hodder Genre: Tomorrow Fiction/Apocalyptic Pages: 292 Publication Date: 24/04/2019 Verdict: 4/5 The world is going to end. And while Emily can't stop the sun killing us all, she can make these last few years a little more comfortable. I'm generally a bit wary of books claiming to investigate what it means to be human. … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Emily Eternal, by M.G. Wheaton

BOOK REVIEW: Embers of War, by Gareth L. Powell

  Publisher: Titan Series: Embers of War (#1) Genre: Space Opera Pages: 408 Publication Date: 2018 Verdict: 4/5 The war is over, but for the crew of Trouble Dog, and the ship herself, the struggle continues. Because without war, what good is a soldier? Iain M. Banks is a towering figure in SF, respected, praised and … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Embers of War, by Gareth L. Powell

BOOK REVIEW: The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress, by Robert A. Heinlein

Publisher: Hodder Genre: Dystopian Pages: 408 Publication Date: 1966 Verdict: 3/5 The Moon works hard, and Earth takes the fruit of that labour. Not all are happy with this arrangement, and some even seek to change it ... This is a multi-award winning book. That, however, doesn't mean I'm going to enjoy it. What earns … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress, by Robert A. Heinlein