Tag: science fiction

Book Review: The Adjustment by Suzanne Young

Book Review: The Adjustment by Suzanne Young

Suzanne Young does it again with the newest installment of The Program series. I am full on obsessed with this series and have been since I read the very first book in the series. When I got the Edelweiss approval email, I downloaded the title so fast, smoke came out of my ears. And I finished this book in two days. I was in a bit of a lull when I picked this book up, but I knew this book […]

Posted March 20, 2017
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Book Review: The Infinity of You & Me by J.Q. Coyle

Book Review: The Infinity of You & Me by J.Q. Coyle

So I don’t talk about it enough, but I am absolutely obsessed with the multiverse idea. Every decision you make can branch off into a different reality. So there are different worlds with different outcomes. There’s a world where Obama decided to become a poet, for instance. I’m also kind of obsessed with quantum death and how you can’t perceive yourself dying, so if you were to, say, get in a car crash, you would always survive, just on a […]

Posted November 14, 2016
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Blog Tour: Unplugged by Donna Freitas

Blog Tour: Unplugged by Donna Freitas

Hi guys, and welcome to our tour stop for Unplugged. A unique scifi that exceeded my expectations. Keep reading to find out my thoughts on it and enter the giveaway! review Oh gosh you guys, I have been looking for a really good science fiction book since I read (and loved) The Body Institute by Carol Riggs last year. I was definitely interested in Unplugged before I got the email about the blog tour, but when I got the email […]

Posted June 24, 2016
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Blog Tour: Change Places With Me

Blog Tour: Change Places With Me

Lois Metzger was born in Queens and has always written for young adults. She is the author of five novels and two nonfiction books about the Holocaust, and she has edited five anthologies. Her short stories have appeared in collections all over the world. Her writing has also appeared in The New Yorker, The Nation, and The Huffington Post. She lives in New York City with her husband and son. Website Twitter Facebook   review The only way to describe […]

Posted June 17, 2016
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Book Review: The Epidemic by Suzanne Young

Book Review: The Epidemic by Suzanne Young

This book was exactly what I wanted considering the fact that it was supposed to be the direct lead into The Program. I had a lot of expectations for this book for two reasons: One, like I said, it’s the direct lead into The Program and two, I had some trouble with it’s predecessor, The Remedy, initially. The way The Remedy ended was absolutely amazing and mind-blowing and that made me excited to pick up The Epidemic. I wasn’t intending […]

Posted May 6, 2016
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Book Review: Illuminae

Book Review: Illuminae

I read Illuminae over the course of a single day, staying up until 7am the next morning just so I could finish and find out how it all ends. I was not expecting this book, in any way. All I thought was the it had a cool concept and I love epistolary novels, so I would give it a shot. I don’t have any experience with Kristoff’s writing, as steampunk is not for me, but I read These Broken Stars […]

Posted September 14, 2015
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Whose Line is it Anyway?: SFF

Whose Line is it Anyway?: SFF

Whose Line is it Anyway is a little game I came up with featuring first lines. I haven’t posted one of these in months, but I wanted to do something a little fun today.  The idea here is I’ll give you ten first lines and you have to guess which book they belong to! Hidden under the spoiler tags are the answers. Today, we’ll be doing science fiction and fantasy titles. 1 Nothing about this room is real. 2 Her […]

Posted May 29, 2015
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