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Book Review - Dark, Poetic Children of Men Provides Thoughtful Premise
The post-apocalyptic book Children of Men is not much like the movie, except for the main idea. But although the plot isn't particularly complex, the characters and language are, and it's a good book worth curling up with if you enjoy well-written science fiction.
Book Review - Finding Serenity
In our first Book Club book review, we look at "Finding Serenity: Anti-Heroes, Lost Shepherds and Space Hookers in Joss Whedon´s ´Firefly.'"
Book Review - No Small Bills by Aaron Rosenberg
If you like scifi humor, you'll like No Small Bills, a novel detailing the adventures of a guy with a duck's head and a sharp tongue.
Book Review - Red Rising by Pierce Brown
The novel "Red Rising" by Pierce Brown is fast-paced and fun for fans of dystopian literature inspired by "The Hunger Games."
Book Review - Speed of Light
Lee Baker's new novel Speed of Light is the type of action-packed thrill ride that's perfect for being turned into a movie. Our review is here.
Book Review - The Soul Consortium
We look at the expansive, speculative science fiction book The Soul Consortium by Simon West-Bulford.
Book Review - Tomorrow and Tomorrow
The book "Tomorrow and Tomorrow" has already been optioned for a novel, and it should make a good one, if you like the cyberpunk style.
Book Review - William Shakespeare's Star Wars
We're reviewing Quirk Books' "William Shakespeare's Star Wars" by Ian Doescher, a play full of heroes, princesses, tragedy, valor, villainy, and thees and thous.
Book Review - Zombies Don't Cry
Zombies Don't Cry by Rusty Fischer is a book that hopes to do for zombies what recent literature has done for vampires. Think high school, lightning strike, and a Fall Formal.
Book Review--The Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman
The follow-up to "American Gods" is a fast-paced story of the sons of the African Spider god--and it´s full of the sharp imaginative wit of fantasy legend Neil Gaiman.
Book Review--V: The Second Generation
Kenneth Johnson has written an intriguing sequel to "V"--but it may not be totally satisfying for fans of the original miniseries and TV series. NOTE: SPOILERS!
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