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Bright of the Sky by Kay Kenyon - a review
Two years ago star pilot Titus Quinn believed he traveled to another world. Back on Earth, Minerva Company doesn't believe it until an AI gone amok finds another rift.
Carnival by Elizabeth Bear - a review
Michaelangelo and Vincent are sent to New Amazonia to infiltrate the government and uncover their seemingly inexhaustible source of energy.
Cast of Shadows by Kevin Guilfoile - a review
Cast of Shadows is an interesting look at what makes us human.
Celtic Darkness by Eoghain Hamilton - a review
In Celtic Darkness, author Eoghain Hamilton explores the supernatural folklore of Ireland blending the modern world with the ancient world of ghosts and sidhe
Children and YA SciFi and Fantasy
A listing of great science fiction and fantasy books for children and young adult readers
City of Ruin by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
While investigating a series of mysterious deaths most likely caused by Stealth Tech, Boss and her team make an amazing discovery.
City Without End by Kay Kenyon - a review
Kay Kenyon continues her epic science fiction series, The Entire and the Rose, about a parallel world.
Coraline by Neil Gaiman - a review
Coraline unlocks a door in her flat and discovers a disturbing other world exists down a dark corridor.
Crossover by Joel Shepherd - a review
Crossover, the first book in a new science fiction series written by Australian author Joel Shepherd, follows Cassandra Kresnov, an artificial human.
Cyberabad Days by Ian McDonald - a review
Cyberabad Days is a collection of short stories by award winning author science fiction Ian McDonald set in future India.
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