A certain element of the longer-arc plot starts bearing (terrifying) fruit this week, while the tension – and the stakes – are beginning to feel like they’ve never been higher… I’m scared. Spoilers follow for chapters 28 to 41.
In this week’s chapters, Holden finds himself back in the fight – but what does that mean for Captain Draper? Elsewhere, Governor Singh is finding out just how messy a hostile takeover can become when – surprise! – some people (Belter people, no less) aren’t happy about it; and Drummer receives some not entirely welcome […]
In the first part of Persepolis Rising, the series makes another of its dramatic key changes, while taking us further forward than ever before. I WAS NOT PREPARED TO FEEL THESE FEELINGS. Spoilers follow.
Happy New Year, dear readers! *Flings handfuls of glitter into the air* So my first finished book of the year was no gentle ‘stretch before you exercise’ experience. Quite the opposite. But then, I expected that much from this book. I expected a lot from it, and I was not disappointed…
The Battle of Medina Station, and the final face-off between Marco Inaros and the Rocinante crew, do not go as expected. For anybody. But does this mean Happily Ever After, or…? Spoilers follow!
In the third part of Babylon’s Ashes, it’s all kicking off at last, as Avasarala’s combined fleet gears up to take on the Free Navy. But no plan survives contact with the enemy, and even before the fight really starts, those plans are changing… Who’ll be left standing? Will anyone be left standing? Spoilers […]
Today I am interrupting the regular programming to bring you a very important message… My guest today is Tim Pratt, who has a nifty-looking new science fiction book out this month, but we’ll get to that afterward. Over to Tim!
In the second part of Babylon’s Ashes, loyalties – and perspectives? – are starting to shift. But what will this mean for our key players? Oh yeah, and there’s the space dogfight to (nearly) end all dogfights. Holy crap. Spoilers follow!
To kick off my Sci-Fi Month reviews, I’m taking a look at From a Certain Point of View, the new anthology celebrating the 40th anniversary of Star Wars! It features 40 stories giving us a look at the events of the original trilogy through the eyes of lesser known characters, and faces from the […]
YOU GUYS IT’S NOVEMBER SEVENTH. This means that Nanoshock, the second book in the mind-blowing, patriarchy-smashing SINless series, is now officially all out in the world, kicking ass and probably not bothering to take names. To celebrate its (US) release day, I am bringing to the Sci-Fi Month table an interview with K.C. Alexander! Venture […]