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Category Archives: Reviews

Book Review: Time Enough For Love

Book Name: Time Enough For Love Author: Robert A. Heinlein First Published: 1973 Prometheus Hall of Fame Award recipient 1998 Nominated for Nebula 1973 Nominated for Hugo and Locus Awards 1974 Robert Anson Heinlein was born in 1907 to accountant Rex Ivar Heinlein and Bam Lyle Heinlein. He spent much of his childhood in Kansas […]

Book Review: Maledicte (Lane Robins)

I’d been on a quest for a fantasy book I could fall in love with for months. In particular, a fantasy book where I could fall in love with the characters. When I found Maledicte (2007) by Lane Robins, it almost lay unread in my pile of books out from the library right now. But […]

Book Review: Glory Season

by Wendy Van Camp

Book Name: Glory Season Author: David Brin First Published: 1993 Nominated: Hugo 1994 and Locus 1994 David Brin is an American scientist and writer of hard science fiction novels. His works have been New York Times Bestsellers and he has won multiple Hugo, Nebula, Locus, and Campbell awards. Brin was born in Glendale, California. He […]

Spotlight On: Among Galactic Ruins

by Rebecca Buchanan

Title: Among Galactic Ruins: A Phoenix Adventure Publisher/Author: Anna Hackett Pages: 128 pp Price: free (ebook) / $9.99 (paperback) Thousands of years in the future, humanity has abandoned Earth. Ravaged by war, the planet can no longer support life. Spreading across the galaxy, humanity conquers, colonizes, and terraforms uncounted worlds — including Zerzura, a planet of lush […]

Book Review: The Crystal Gryphon

by Wendy Van Camp

Book Name: The Crystal Gryphon Author: Andre Norton First Published: 1972 Alice Mary Norton was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Her first writing experience began as editor of a literary page in the school’s paper called The Collinwood Spotlight. During this time, she wrote her first book, Ralestone Luck, which was eventually published as her second […]

Book review: vN (Madeline Ashby)

by JY Saville

This fast-paced science-fiction thriller from 2012 was Madeline Ashby‘s debut novel, the first of The Machine Dynasty series. vN stands for von Neumann machine, a self-replicating android with advanced repair mechanisms, and what’s known as ‘the failsafe’ which means they can’t harm humans or even see them being harmed by others, otherwise they’ll have some […]

Book Review: Nine Princes In Amber

by Wendy Van Camp

Book Name: Nine Princes in Amber Author: Roger Zelazny First Published: 1970 Roger Zelazny was born in Euclid, Ohio, the son of a Polish immigrant. He had a typical childhood and showed an early interest in writing. In 1955 he earned a B.A. in English from Western Reserve University and went on to earn an […]