BOOK REVIEW: The End of Eternity, by Isaac Asimov

-Spoilers for the¬†Foundation universe. A full index of novels can be found here- Publisher: Panther Genre: Time Travel Pages: 191 Publication Date: 1955 Verdict: 4/5 Eternity exists in all times and beyond time. A society of intellectuals sworn to the preservation of the human race. But when you can manipulate reality, how can any man … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The End of Eternity, by Isaac Asimov

BOOK REVIEW: Double Eagle, by Dan Abnett

-Potential spoilers for the early Gaunt's Ghosts novels- Publisher: Black Library Genre: Military SF Pages: 428 Publication Date: 2004 Verdict: 5/5 The Phantine XX are the Imperial Army's elite flight unit. But even they cannot hope to stand against the forces of Chaos for long. Fortunately, they are not alone. Unfortunately, neither are the enemy. … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Double Eagle, by Dan Abnett

BOOK REVIEW: Hyperion, by Dan Simmons

Publisher: Gollancz Series: The Hyperion Cantos (#1) Genre: Space Opera/Literary SF Pages: 473 Publication Date: 1989 Verdict: 4/5 Seven pilgrims make their way to ancient Hyperion, to confront the dreaded Shrike and the Time Tombs. But what drives them on, and what will drive them apart? Hyperion is a novel that wears its influences proudly, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Hyperion, by Dan Simmons

BOOK REVIEW: Shadow And Claw, by Gene Wolfe

Publisher: Gollancz Series: The Book of the New Sun (#1-2) Genre: Science Fantasy Pages: 597 Publication Date: 2011 Verdict: 3/5   Severian is a torturer by trade, but that is not his nature. Exiled from his guild, he finds himself cast out into the strange landscape beyond the city he once called home . . … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: Shadow And Claw, by Gene Wolfe

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