The Doors of Eden, Adrian Tchaikovsky – Book Review

Hello Humans! As you may know I was absolutely floored by how amazing Children of Time and Children of Ruin were - the first Adrian Tchaikovsky books I read - and so when the opportunity arose to read the newest book from this author I jumped at the chance! The Doors of Eden looked like just the weird wonderful... Continue Reading →

The Quantum Garden, Derek Kunsken – Book Review

Hello Humans! Last year I raved about a science fiction book that felt a bit like being punched in the face by a physics textbook but in the best way. Well, to my surprise there was a sequel coming and I was lucky enough to be approved to read a digital advanced review copy of The... Continue Reading →

Villain, Michael Grant – Book Review

Hello humans! Does anyone remember when I reviewed Killer T? If not I'll hit you with the highlights. Essentially, Robert Muchamore was an author I had read as a teen but stopped reading when his main characters became abominable teenage boys who I just hated. I gave his new book Killer T a chance but found that... Continue Reading →

The Quantum Magician, Derek Künsken

Hello humans! Today's book review is for another book from my local publisher Rebellion Publishing, the same house who brought us Binary System and Paris Adrift among others. I always enjoy reading books from them as it feels like I'm supporting local publishing (and, more importantly, publishing outside of London). I should also mention that my husband and a few... Continue Reading →

Ascension, Victor Dixen – Book Review

Hello humans! Today’s book review is another example of what I’m starting to think of as a kind of sub-sub-genre. By that, I mean books (and it is mostly YA books) that divide things by gender and make readers looking for intersectionality a little uncomfortable. I’m looking at you Eve of Man. Ascension is, in... Continue Reading →

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