Wake by Elizabeth Knox - Book Review: I’ve had a hard time writing a review for Elizabeth Knox’s Wake, not because it wasn’t good, because it is very very good, but because spoiling the book would be criminal.
There are layers of
Equoid by Charles Stross - Book Review: As with all The Laundry books, they wouldn’t be even half as good without Bob. The character brings both humor and insight to the things going on around him. In many ways Equoid is
The Deaths of Tao by Wesley Chu - Book Review: A few months ago I reviewed The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu, a fantastic action adventure that successfully blended sci-fi, spy fiction and snark. It told the tale of depressive
Under the Empyrean Sky by Chuck Wendig - Book Review: I’ve read some other reviews that have panned both the sex and the swearing in Under an Empyrean Sky, but I honestly can’t see what the problem is. There is one