REVIEW: A Deepness in the Sky by Vernor Vinge

This is an excellent hard SF story, and it won the Hugo for good reason: well developed characters, complex but tight plot and subplots, a fine literary style, and intriguing prediction of technology, science, and societies. While I enjoyed Vinge’s Rainbows End, I think this is even better.

REVIEW: Hominids

Amazon paperback For Kindle For iBooks Hominids by Robert J. Sawyer My rating: 4 of 5 stars Robert Sawyer is one of Canada’s most popular science fiction authors, whose books are often nominated for Hugo and Nebula Awards. This novel won the 2003 Hugo Award for...

REVIEW: Among Others by Jo Walton

Amazon paperback For Kindle For iBooks This review was originally published on the Sulis International blog. Reposted here with permission. If you would like to write a book review for Sulis International, email them here. If you are looking for pure SF or Fantasy,...

Review: 2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson

Amazon paperback For Kindle For iBooks 2312 by Kim Stanley Robinson My rating: 3 of 5 stars The future world that KSR envisions is fascinating and complex. His speculative science is always well-researched. His characters are well-rounded and differentiated, but I am...

REVIEW: Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Amazon paperback For Kindle For iBooks Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie My rating: 4 of 5 stars The beginning was a bit rough—slogging through, not sure I liked it. The author has built a world of the future quite different from our own—Earth is never mentioned, gender...

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