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(Posted: Sunday, February 23, 2020)

THE QUEEN OF RAIDERS: SATISFYING, BUT LEFT ME WANTING MORE
Source — Fantasy Literature: Fantasy and Science Fiction Book and Audiobook Reviews
(Posted: Friday, February 21, 2020)

The Queen of Raiders by Sarah Kozloff The Queen of Raiders (2020) is Sarah Kozloff’s second installment in her NINE REALMS series. In my review of book one, A Queen in Hiding, I used words like “nice,” “serviceable,” “pleasurable,” “solid,” and “satisfying,” eventually closing with “I’m hoping for m

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REVISITING 20TH CENTURY HORROR FICTION


Source — Kirkus Reviews Book Blogger Network
(Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020)

You may have heard how literature is a conversation, how writers build upon the stories of others to create a sort of dialogue between one another. The conversation is sometimes hard to follow since it often takes years between responses. That’s why a book such as Horror Fiction in the 20th Ce

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7 YOUNG ADULT SF/F BOOKS ADULTS WILL LIKE, TOO
Source — Kirkus Reviews Book Blogger Network
(Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020)

Adult readers may be put off by the “young adult” label placed on some books. That’s too bad, because genre labels are just marketing tools . While labels can be helpful, they can also be obstacles standing between you and your next great read. Start breaking down reading barriers

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MERRITT GRAVES: SF WITH HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS
Source — Kirkus Reviews Book Blogger Network
(Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020)

Merritt Graves’ debut novel, Lakes of Mars , follows its 17-year-old protagonist to the space-age Corinth Station, an elite command school with Machiavellian students. In a world of interplanetary wars and artificial superintelligence, Graves focuses on tricky interpersonal relationships and a

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SUNDAY STATUS UPDATE: FEBRUARY 23, 2020
Source — Fantasy Literature: Fantasy and Science Fiction Book and Audiobook Reviews
(Posted: Sunday, February 23, 2020)

Jana: I’m still reading through A.K. Larkwood’s The Unspoken Name, and really enjoying it. I like what Larkwood’s doing with the characters and world-building, and the way she plays with fantasy-genre expectations without throwing everything out the window. My hope is to finish it next week, and the

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HELLBOY (VOL. 11): THE BRIDE OF HELL AND OTHERS: ANOTHER SOLID HELLBOY COLLEC...
Source — Fantasy Literature: Fantasy and Science Fiction Book and Audiobook Reviews
(Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020)

Hellboy (Vol. 11): The Bride of Hell and Others by Mike Mignola (writer), Richard Corben (artist), Kevin Nowlan (artist), and Scott Hampton (artist). “Hellboy in Mexico, or A Drunken Blur” is a funny story about Hellboy’s lost five months in Mexico drinking and wrestling. The story starts in 1982 wi

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NOT ALL SCIENCE FICTION IS THE SAME
Source — Kirkus Reviews Book Blogger Network
(Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020)

It’s easy to fall into the label trap and assume that all books categorized as “science fiction” are pretty much the same. But even a cursory glance at the genre’s offerings reveals the fallacy of that assumption. It’s not always easy to distinguish between flavors base

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WIFE AFTER WIFE BY OLIVIA HAYFIELD
Source — Bookalicious Babe Book Reviews
(Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020)



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SEX ROBOTS, THE FUTURE OF RACISM, AND CTHULHU VACATIONS
Source — Kirkus Reviews Book Blogger Network
(Posted: Saturday, February 22, 2020)

Short science fiction and fantasy are thriving , not only in online magazines but also in multi-author anthologies, single author collections, and standalone books. My latest adventure in short fiction reading took me through a variety of those formats.

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BUZZ KILL
Source — Elitist Book Reviews
(Posted: Friday, February 21, 2020)

BUZZ KILL ( Amazon ) is a narrative journey without a destination. The journey itself is interesting as author David Sosnowski explores the ramifications of social media; hacking; AI; a networked world, and the unregulated power of corporations to pursue projects for profit. Pandora and George, the

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