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The Currents of Space

THE CURRENTS OF SPACE by Isaac Asimov THE CURRENTS OF SPACE by Isaac Asimov Harper Voyager p/b £9.99 Reviewed by Nigel Robert Wilson Florina is the only planet in the Galaxy where kyrt can be grown. Kyrt is a very high-quality natural fibre that can be spun and woven to… Read More »The Currents of Space

The front cover for Cyberpunk 2077: No_Coincidence by Rafat Kosik. The front cover is yellow. In the middle of the page is an image of a virtual head that is fading to a skull. Behind the head are two women and only alternating halves of their heads cane be seen. Both have their hair tied in a knot on the side of their heads. The one on the right has light red/brown hair. The one on the left has darker brown hair and one hand around the images neck.

Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077: No Coincidence By Rafał Kosik Cyberpunk 2077: No Coincidence By Rafał Kosik Orbit books, hardback £18.99 Reviewed by Nadya Mercik Novels tied to games can be tricky. Unless you know the world and are a fan, stepping into the story can be a bit tough. However, in this… Read More »Cyberpunk 2077

The front cover for We All Have Teeth by C A Yates. The cover is bright well. In the middle is a set of pop art style teeth with the title running through the teeth on a white legend.

We All Have Teeth

We All Have Teeth by C A Yates We All Have Teeth by C A Yates Fox Spirit Books, pb, £8.99 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming With a bright yellow front cover and a set of pop art teeth on the front, you could be forgiven for thinking We All Have… Read More »We All Have Teeth

The title screen for Star Trek Strange New Worlds. There are four people on the screen. In the middle is a man with grey hair and a yellow tunic. To his right is a man with black hair and a blue tunic. There is a spaceship above his head. To the left of the main man, there is a woman with long brown hair and a yellow tunic and a woman with short black hair and a red dress. In the background there is a series of ever increasing pyramid outlines. Each one is a different colour revealing the sky of a different world.

Star Trek SNW S2

Star Trek Strange New Worlds Season 2 on Paramount+ #TVReview #StarTrek #StrangeNewWorlds #ScienceFiction Star Trek Strange New Worlds Season 2 Paramount+ Reviewed by Celia Neri After the first season of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 1, we were left in no doubt: SNW is, without a doubt, one of… Read More »Star Trek SNW S2

The front cover for Eclectic Dreams from Milford Workshop. The title covers the bottom third of the page. Above that two bird perch in the foreground with some tree branches nearby. In the top left hand side is a black house in the background. The skiy is white and the ground is light blue.

Eclectic Dreams

ECLECTIC DREAMS: A Milford Anthology edited by J W Anderson, Pete W. Sutton & Liz Williams #BookReview #SciFi #ShortStories #Anthology ECLECTIC DREAMS: A Milford Anthology edited by J W Anderson, Pete W. Sutton & Liz Williams Kristell Ink, 240 page p/b, £13.89 Reviewed by Pauline Morgan I have to declare… Read More »Eclectic Dreams

The front cover for Quantum Radio by A G Riddle. The cover is a dark blue. In the middle is a golden circle. Inside the cirlce are the outlines of a man and woman running towards a bright yellow light.

Quantum Radio

Quantum Radio by A G Riddle from @HoZ_Books #BookReview #SciFi #Mystery #Thriller Quantum Radio by A G Riddle, Head of Zeus, £20. Reviewed by Stephen Frame An awful lot happens in the first seventy or so pages of Quantum Radio. The hero, Tyson Klein, a quantum physicist working at CERN,… Read More »Quantum Radio

The front cover of The Library of Broken Worlds by Alaya Dawn Johnson. The page is golden. In the lower half of the page is a white globe and two black hands are reaching out to it.

The Library of Broken Worlds

The Library of Broken Worlds by Alaya Dawn Johnson from Magpie #BookReview #Fantasy #SciFi The Library of Broken Worlds by Alaya Dawn Johnson Magpie, HB, £12.99 Reviewed by Mikaela Silk Frieda was born deep within the tunnels of the library or made, depending on whom you ask. Only one thing… Read More »The Library of Broken Worlds

The front cover for translation State by Ann Leckie. The cover is red and transitions through the colours to green. At the top of the page there are a series of green lines around the image of a triangle. The same lines are at the bottom around the image of a person

Translation State

Translation State by Ann Leckie from @OrbitBooks #BookReview #SciFi Translation State by Ann Leckie Orbit books, £20.00, hardback Reviewed by Nadya Mercik “The funny thing about having a name is that you begin to think of yourself as something that continues to exist, instead of just a stream of experiences.”… Read More »Translation State

The front cover for The Blighted Stars by Megan E. O'Keefe. The lower half of the page shows a dead planet. A man is knelt examining the soil, a woman stands over him with a gun. In the sky there are three planets.

The Blighted Stars

The Blighted Stars by Megan E. O’Keefe from @orbitbooks #BookReview #SciFi #CliFi The Blighted Stars by Megan E. O’Keefe Orbit Books, pb, £9.99 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Naira Sharp believes that the Mercator family is responsible for the destruction of cradle worlds, Earth-like worlds that can support human life. Every… Read More »The Blighted Stars

The front cover for Lessons in Birdwatching by HOney Watson

Lessons in Birdwatching

Lessons in Birdwatching by Honey Watson from @AngryRobotBooks #BookReview #Scifi Lessons in Birdwatching by Honey Watson Angry Robot Books, £9.99 Reviewed by Nadya Mercik Apechi isn’t part of the Crysthian Empire. Yet. But they’d love to be. Their aristocrats grow up with the Crysthian language; their people try to imitate… Read More »Lessons in Birdwatching