How would confronting a superior, almost magical alien technology make you question the existence of God?
It’s like Taken, but this guy has no skills except for growing plants in space and luckily stumbling into Holden on Ganymede.
Noir, space opera, rogue corporate interests and a power play between Earth, Mars and outer planets.
The Miniaturist is a transporting novel that explores large questions while showing us a world that is seemingly small.
If robots dream of electric sheep, do they also experience PTSD and suffer the pain of phantom limbs?
Unique, gritty, and uncomfortable, Geek Love will take you somewhere you’ve never been.
How does that old theater saying go? “There are no small parts…”
As a concept, I like Embassytown. As a novel, I found it disappointing.
What intrigues me about Rachel’s blackout is that it’s a locked room mystery, which takes place in her head.
I am the tomb. It is the tomb speaking to you. I’m dead.