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Posts Tagged: Science Fiction
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.
As a concept, I like Embassytown. As a novel, I found it disappointing.
I am the tomb. It is the tomb speaking to you. I’m dead.
First: Survival is the primary need of civilization. Second: Civilization continually grows and expands, but the total matter in the universe remains constant.
How to defeat a threat from the future in a time of augmented people? Enlist a non-hackable, organic human with a penchant for violence and martial arts.
If aliens exist, do we really want to make contact?
The final novel of the Silo Series makes up for the lackluster second novel, Shift.