I don't read magazines like this often(I'd end up subscribing to too many), but I saw the cover of this one and I just HAD to get it. This was a pretty strong issue, considering it was encircling a "shared world" where the writers came up with an alternative Earth that had tapped into a … Continue reading Review: Uncanny Magazine #23
Month: August 2018
THE HUGOS: 2018
So, I wasn't able to do it guys. At the time that they were announced, I said back in April, that I would be reading all the Hugo nominated stories and post them here. I managed to get through the short fiction, short stories, and novellas on time. I even managed to get through a … Continue reading THE HUGOS: 2018
Review: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Finally got around to finishing this one. I set it down for a while, which I know isn't great conduct for a reader, but interest waned for a bit and life got busy. I crushed the last 80 pages and I really enjoyed it. I think I'll be coming back to this story sooner rather … Continue reading Review: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
Review: Ninefox Gambit
This is another book I'm reading to get to the Hugo-nominated one, but I was not ready for this one. Ninefox Gambit by Yoon Ha Lee, is centered on Cheris of the Kel faction, a disgraced captain, who is pretty good at mathematics. She is entirely unprepared to be matched with an undead, genocidal general, who … Continue reading Review: Ninefox Gambit