Goodreads | Amazon | Bookshop.org (UK) | Book Depository | Waterstones Publisher: Orbit Books Publish Date: 01 February 2022 Page Count: 512 pages Nophek Gloss was my favourite read of 2020, surprising me with its trippy ‘bubbleverse’ sci-fi setting made all the more vivid by Hansen’s uniquely sensorial prose; she had me feeling, smelling and tasting […]
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Happy almost 2022! It’s been another tough year for many people, but I hope you’re able to spend the holidays with loved ones and some lovely books. Last year I restricted my top 10 books of the year post to new releases, but since I’ve had more time to work through some backlist titles recently, […]
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In Deeper Waters by F. T. Lukens was one of my most anticipated books of 2021, so I was keen to dive into it (pun intended) before the end of the year.
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I just realised that next year is less than a month away, so I thought I’d check out some exciting sci-fi and fantasy titles coming in 2022! I’ve spent almost no time on social media in the last few months, so I haven’t seen which books are stirring up hype. But after a bit of […]
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I have to say this is a damn well-executed book, and I smashed through it in a week or so.
Read More Empire of the Vampire by Jay Kristoff
‘This world can make monsters out of anyone.’
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If I were to describe this book in one word, it would be ‘angry’.
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With Nevair’s debut novel described as a queer, character-driven sci-fi story inspired by a Greek tragedy, there was no chance I would miss it.
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Unexpected plot twists have essentially become O’Keefe’s callsign, with all three books in this series delivering WTF moments every other chapter.
Read More Catalyst Gate by Megan E. O’Keefe
Scientist nuns in space. A slug spaceship on heat. Sinister diseases. Sisters of the Vast Black is a little slice of sci-fi weirdness that I really enjoyed.
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