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Borne

I instantly fell in love with Borne, and also Borne the character, and I’ve no doubt in my mind you will as well.
This is a must-read.


Borne
Kirkus Reviews : Borne (April 24, 2017)

Superb: a protagonist and a tale sure to please fans of smart, literate fantasy and science fiction.


Avengers of the Moon

Had Steele spent as much effort deepening the characters as he does explaining a plasma gun, Captain Future might have a future; as is, this effort flounders in the past.


The Wanderers

The author pulls the reader into the minds of these professionals so deftly that I felt like I was reading their autobiographies.


Luna: Wolf Moon

Because McDonald has made a world that is ruthless in its consistency and living, breathing reality, and then made characters who are not just living in it, but wholly and fully of it.


The Stars Are Legion

This is the Kameron Hurley novel I had truly been waiting for: about a brutal, broken world that is against all odds, fixable. Right now, this is the most powerful thing I can think of.


The Wanderers

I read to escape, and there was just enough action to make me okay with the copious amounts of introspection within The Wanderers.


Gilded Cage

Gilded Cage has a decent number of answers for an opening novel, but there are plenty of questions that remain.


Nova

Nova is an excellent start to a series. It's the kind of book that has huge cross over potential - a teen narrator in an adult SF tale that definitely appeals to both audiences.


The Fortress at the End of Time

It’s a bleak book about clones stationed at the shittiest outpost of the galaxy, where they struggle to find meaning and purpose for their lives.


Empire Games

Empire Games is a challenge, but a worthwhile one. It won’t be for everyone, but there’s a lot to enjoy if you’re up to it.


Death's End

This is the finest book in the trilogy, the broadest reaching, the most terrifying. I loved it, and cannot think of a better book to end 2016.


Caliban's War

I love this world! I love the characters! I love everything about it!


Faller

Faller is a fun read that'll appeal to lighter science fiction readers.


Children of the New World

Weinstein is a fearfully prescient writer, and his stories are compelling depictions of people like ourselves, struggling in a future that’s almost here.


A Closed and Common Orbit

Orbit is a more intimate story than its predecessor, exploring trust, the mind/brain paradox, and unease with one’s body, while examining the ways someone without a family makes their way in the world and forms their own connections.


Invisible Planets

it makes the implicit point that the rapid growth of Chinese sci-fi in recent decades have made it both difficult to define and a microcosm of the various things that speculative fiction can be.


Alien Morning
Kirkus Reviews : Alien Morning (November 08, 2016)

Intergalactic sibling rivalry that toggles between fun and familiar.


A Murder in Time

While this book had a few rough edges, in the end it was still a great read! I love how the ending left the reader wondering what would happen next and I am excited to read the next installment.