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After James

I received this as an Advance Reader Copy (releasing September 16th 2016) from a Goodreads giveaway so take all my opinions and observations with a larger grain of salt than usual. I have pretty mixed feelings about this novel. Within it are three connected stories. The first is about a woman named Alice who worked…

Radiance

I have been wanting this book since I heard about it. The blurb describes is as “a decopunk pulp SF alt-history space opera mystery set in a Hollywood—and solar system.” Yes, yes, yes. Director Severin Unck, daughter of the famous director Percival Unck, never returns from shooting her last documentary about a colony on Venus…

Lock In

I have to admit that I didn’t have high expectations for liking this book. It did not sound like something I would be into, but it was cheap so I gave it shot and I’m glad I did. In the not too far future a disease, called Haden’s, spreads across the globe that either kills,…

Station Eleven

In a matter of days the world has ended. A pandemic, a disease that kills a victim within 48 hours, has left 99% of the world’s population dead. The survivors spend the rest of their lives scraping by, forever changed by the tragedy. In this post-apocalyptic world there is a troupe of traveling actors and…

Wolf in White Van

I’m not sure what I expected from Wolf in White Van by John Darnielle. The summary on the jacket says that Sean, who is horribly disfigured by an accident, makes a text based role-playing game for others to play. He is reclusive because of his disfigurement so the game is how he makes money. However,…