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The front cover for Star Wars High Republic Path of Vengeance. In the middle of the page is a woman with a blue background. Close of her on either side are two women both holding lightsabres. Dark creatures are on the edge of the page all staring at her.

Star Wars Path of Vengeance

Star Wars The High Republic: Path of Vengeance by Cavan Scott Star Wars The High Republic: Path of Vengeance by Cavan Scott from LucasFilm Press #BookReview #StarWars #HighRepublic #SciFi #Fantasy LucasFilm Press, HB, £13.77 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming The Path of the Open Hand believes no one should use the… Read More »Star Wars Path of Vengeance

The front cover for Paradise 1 by David Wellington. The page is black and there is a space helmet in the middle. There is a crack in the middle of the helmets visor.

Paradise 1

Paradise 1 by David Wellington from @orbitbooks #BookReview #SciFi #Horror Paradise 1 by David Wellington Orbit, pb, £8.99 Reviewed by John Dodd A colony has gone dark, and a rescue ship is sent to find out what has happened there; it’s an age-old trope and for a good reason.  No… Read More »Paradise 1

The Carborundum Conundrum

The Carborundum Conundrum (Quirk And Moth Book 2) by Robin C.M. Duncan #BookReview #SciFi The Carborundum Conundrum (Quirk And Moth Book 2) by Robin C.M. Duncan Space Wizard Science Fantasy, £4.99 e-book, £19.95 paperback on Amazon Reviewed by Nadya Mercik “Quirk and Moth – the most dysfunctional detectives this side… Read More »The Carborundum Conundrum

The front cover for Teh Strange by Nathan Ballingrud. In the foreground there are the red dunes of Mars. Looming out of behind the dunes is the top half of a person in a space suit with black creatures swirling around them.

The Strange

The Strange by Nathan Ballingrud from @TitanBooks #BookReview #SciFi The Strange by Nathan Ballingrud Titan Books, ppbk, £9.99 Reviewed by Ian Hunter Ah, nostalgia, it might not be what it used to be, but I did love the look of those old-school chapter numbers in “The Strange”, which took me… Read More »The Strange

The front cover for The Surviving Sky by K.H. Rao. There is a large floating tree-like city rising out of clouds in the middle of the page.

The Surviving Sky

The Surviving Sky by Kritika H. Rao from @TitanBooks #BookReview #Scifi #EcoFiction The Surviving Sky by Kritika H. Rao Titan Books, £9.99 Reviewed by Nadya Mercik The Surviving Sky is the debut novel of Kritika H. Rao, which plunges you into a mixture of genres – it’s a science fantasy,… Read More »The Surviving Sky

Interference By Terry Grimwood

Interference By Terry Grimwood from Elsewhere Press #BookReview # SciFi Interference By Terry Grimwood Elsewhere press, PB£8.00 Reviewed by martin willoughby Dark, dystopian, and utterly believable. This novella is the story of an attempt by one man and his team to avoid Earth joining a war on a far-off planet.… Read More »Interference By Terry Grimwood

The front cover of The Mandroid Murders by Robin Duncan. The front cover shows a three people looking at a planet through a large window. They all have their back to the reader. There are a number of moons with swirling red mist above the planet

The Mandroid Murders

The Mandroid Murders by Robin C. M. Duncan (Quirk and Moth Book 1) from Space Wizard Science Fiction #BookReview #SciFi #MurderMystery The Mandroid Murders by Robin C. M. Duncan (Quirk and Moth Book 1) Space Wizard Science Fantasy, ebook, £4.99 Reviewed by Nadya Mercik I am so excited writing this… Read More »The Mandroid Murders

Some Desperate Glory

Some Desperate Glory by Emily Tesh from @orbitbooks #BookReview #SciFi Some Desperate Glory by Emily Tesh Orbit Books, pb, £8.79 Reviewed by John Dodd In advance, I love Space Opera, always have.  It doesn’t have to be a long story, but it does have to be epic, not just in… Read More »Some Desperate Glory

the front cover for Titanium Noir by Nick Harkaway. The cover is in various shades of dark red. There is a dark red outline of a city skyline with the image of a hypodermic needle towering over it in a slight bright shade of red. Towering over that needle is the outline of a man in a darker shade of red.

Titanium Noir

Titanium Noir by Nick Haraway from @CorsairBooks #BookReview #SciFi #DystopianFuture #DetectiveNoir Titanium Noir by Nick Haraway Corsair, HB, £18.19 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Cal Sounder is occasionally hired by the police as a specialist detective when certain sensitive cases need a special touch. Thanks to a controversial new gene therapy… Read More »Titanium Noir

Lords of Uncreation by Adrian Tchaikovsky from Tor #BookReview #SciFi #TheFinalArchitecture Lords of Uncreation by Adrian Tchaikovsky Tor, hardback, £16.69 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Idris Telemmier, Intermediate, has uncovered the Architect’s great secret – they are puppets doing the bidding of masters far stronger than the planet-destroying Architects. If the… Read More »