40 Years of The Perfect Organism: Does Alien Hold Up?
 

Does Alien Hold Up?

40th Anniversary Movie Review

 
As I Learn: Or Why I Stopped Calling Myself A Pantser
 

Why I Stopped Calling Myself A Pantser

Article

 
Monarchies of Mau – Role-playing Core Rulebook Review
 

Monarchies of Mau

Role-playing Core Rulebook Review

 

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Shadowborn by Moira Katson

Shadowborn by Moira Katson
3.5

I was an ice child, having the ill luck to be born early, in the deepest storms of the winter, when the drifts of snow can bury whole caravans without a trace, and the winds will cut a man open with slivers of ice. I’m a sucker for great first sentences, and Shadowborn by Moira […]

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Shift Omnibus by Hugh Howey

Shift Omnibus by Hugh Howey
4

This review contains spoilers for Wool. If you haven’t read Hugh Howey’s Wool, stop here and go do so immediately. You should do this first because Wool is one of the best science fiction books to come out in recent memory, and second because it’s very much a big-reveal kind of book—one I can’t help […]

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Moth by Daniel Arenson

Moth by Daniel Arenson
3.5

In 2014, I’ll be wading into the river of indie sci-fi and fantasy, panning for gold. If you’ve read a great indie book, one that’s every bit as good as mainstream titles, and you think I should cover it, let us know in the comments. Moth is the story of a world of light and […]

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