Science Fiction & Fantasy


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Book Reviews: April 2020

This month Chris Kluwe takes a break from launching his new novel to review some books for us. Find out what he thinks about Tamsyn Muir’s new novel Harrow The Ninth, Emily B. Martin’s Sunshield, and  A Pale Light in The Black by K.B. Wagers.


Book Reviews: March 2020

Arley Sorg digs into N.K. Jemisin’s new novel The City We Became, plus anthologies edited by Patrice Caldwell (A Phoenix First Must Burn) and Jonathan Strahan (Made to Order).


Book Reviews: February 2020

This month, our reviewer takes a look at Juliette Wade’s Mazes of Power, Nino Cipri’s Finna, and the new graphic novel adaptation of Octavia E. Butler’s Parable of the Sower.


Book Reviews: January 2020

This month, reviewer Chris Kluwe takes a look at three new novels: Race the Sands, by Sarah Beth Durst; Knight of the Silver Circle, by Duncan M. Hamilton; and Agency, by William Gibson.


Book Reviews: December 2019

This month, reviewer Arley Sorg starts off with a look at a new novel from Tochi Onyebuchi: Riot Baby. For all of you short fiction lovers, he also dives into Ken Liu’s new collection, The Hidden Girl and Other Stories, and the anthology The New Voices of Science Fiction (edited by Hannu Rajaniemi and Jacob Weisman).


Book Reviews: November 2019

This month, LaShawn M. Wanak reviews the final installment of Tade Thompson’s Wormwood Trilogy: The Rosewater Redemption. She also dives into Naomi Kritzer’s new novel Catfishing on CatNet, and Daniel José Older’s newest novel for adults: The Book of Lost Saints.


Book Reviews: October 2019

Chris Kluwe has been a reading machine! This month he reviews a rich mix: R.F. Kuang’s The Dragon Republic, Michael Mammay’s Spaceside, John Hornor Jacobs’ A Lush and Seething Hell, and Chuck Wendig’s Wanderers.






Book Reviews: September 2019

This month, Arley Sorg reviews Gamechanger, by L.X. Beckett; Sisters of the Vast Black, by Lina Rather; and The Twisted Ones, by T. Kingfisher.


Book Reviews: August 2019

This month, LaShawn peeks at letters in This is How You Lose the Time War, gets steamy in Pimp My Airship, and enjoys a heaping serving of revenge in The Rage of Dragons.


Book Reviews: July 2019

This month, Chris Kluwe reviews books about family: Claiming T-Mo, by Eugen Bacon, and Escaping Exodus, by Nicky Drayden.