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Book Reviews: Scifi, Fantasy, and the stuff in between

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Interview with Jerry Gordon, author of Breaking the Worldlittleredreviewer

Thu, 19 Apr 2018 10:00:45 +0000

Let me set the scene a little for you:   This past January, at ConFusion, Jerry says he has a novel coming out soon. And of course I say “oh?”   He tells me what the book is about.   He tells me the significance of the pre-order announcement and the significance of the book being released […]

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Breaking the World by Jerry Gordonlittleredreviewer

Sun, 15 Apr 2018 16:01:21 +0000

Breaking the World, by Jerry Gordon Release date:  April 19th 2018 where I got it: received review copy from the publisher (Thanks Apex*!!) . . . .       In 1993 I was fourteen years old. I was excited about high school, excited about boys, was obsessed with the movie Jurassic Park,  I was […]

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Bucket of New Stufflittleredreviewer

Sun, 08 Apr 2018 02:33:51 +0000

In no particular order, here are the new books that have come into my house recently. (and this doesn’t even the count the ratty used paperbacks I’ve purchased, the e-book of Mythic Delirium I bought, and other books that friends have let me borrow).  My love for books is happily out of control!   What […]

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Immortal Clay, by Michael Warren Lucaslittleredreviewer

Mon, 02 Apr 2018 10:25:32 +0000

Immortal Clay, by Michael Warren Lucas published in 2014 where I got it: received review copy from the author (Thanks Michael!!) . . . . . . . What if you woke up one day, and you remembered everything about your life, but you knew without a shadow of a doubt that you weren’t you […]

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A Not-A-Review of Borne, by Jeff Vandermeerlittleredreviewer

Tue, 27 Mar 2018 01:30:35 +0000

Borne, by Jeff Vandermeer published in 2017 where I got it: purchased new       I finally read Jeff Vandermeer’s Borne.  This book was on everyone’s Best of the Year list last year, so why did it take me so long to read it?  Uhm… i dunno. Took me a while to get out […]

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Borderline, by Mishell Bakerlittleredreviewer

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 01:10:46 +0000

Borderline, by Mishell Baker Published in 2016 Where I got it: It was a freebie at an event I attended (free book? SCORE!) . . .   . You know the TV show Torchwood? Imagine if it was urban fantasy:  swap the aliens for fey creatures, swap the alien technology for magic, swap Cardiff for […]

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Finally, a spoiler-free post! Annihilation!littleredreviewer

Fri, 09 Mar 2018 02:16:59 +0000

Finally!  I’m writing a spoiler-free post!    There might be some easter eggs in this post, but no spoilers.   that means you can’t put spoilers in the comments either.   We went and saw the Annihilation movie last weekend.  I knew it was going to be different from the book (and oh boy was it different), […]

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So many cool ideas! and then it got boring. #Spoilers.littleredreviewer

Mon, 26 Feb 2018 00:28:21 +0000

So, I finished We Can Build You, by Philip K Dick.   There are spoilers ahead. #SorryNotSorry.   This book started out so interesting!!  Lots of cool ideas,  simulacrum robots who can pass for human (oh, hai cylons!), there was so much potential for conversations about what makes us alive and how would you know […]

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The Tea Master and The Detective, by Aliette de Bodardlittleredreviewer

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 11:00:11 +0000

The Tea Master and The Detective, by Aliette de Bodard available March 31, 2018 where I got it: received ARC from the publisher (thanks Sub Press!)     Aliette deBodard’s newest novella, The Tea Master and the Detective (available March 31 from Subterranean Press)  wears the disguise of a space opera Sherlock Holmes type story, […]

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Philip K Dick’s Electric Dreams, We Can Build You, and Futuramalittleredreviewer

Sun, 18 Feb 2018 17:22:20 +0000

A few months ago, the ads started popping up on Amazon for their original series Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams.  The ads actually were not very compelling, so I didn’t even notice when the series loaded up.  Some friends mentioned their enjoyment of it on twitter, so a few weeks ago I gave it a […]

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