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Tough Travels: Non-Human Heroes

Tough Travels: Non-Human Heroes 

At the start of every month, Fantasy-Faction will lead you (yes, YOU!) on a tour of the fantasy genre. From high to low, from classics to new releases, from epic to urban; each month, we will guide you in search of a different trope, theme or cliché. Lest we become lost, we’ll be referring to The […]

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2014 Hugo Award Winners

2014 Hugo Award Winners 

The winners of the 2014 Hugo Awards were presented today in a ceremony at the 72nd World Science Fiction Convention, Loncon 3, in London. Hosts Geoff Ryman and Justina Robson presented the Hugo trophies, with bases designed by Joy Alyssa Day, to this year’s winners. And the 2014 Hugo Award winners are: Best Novel Ancillary […]

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THE KITSCHIES: Winners Announced!

THE KITSCHIES: Winners Announced! 

Last month I spoke about why, and how much, I love The Kitschies Award. Essentially, it is because of their mission statement,  ‘to reward the year’s most progressive, intelligent and entertaining works’, that results in them consistently present a list of books that I’ve either not heard of or have not thought of picking up until seeing […]

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Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie
4.5

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie is a very well crafted debut novel. I think the major component that sets it apart is the truly alien feel that you get from Breq’s perspective. Who is Breq? Well, that’s where the story gets interesting. Breq is not used to being an individual as we think of individuals. […]

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Sci-Fi Book Club – November 2013: Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Sci-Fi Book Club – November 2013: Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie 

In November, we’ll be reading Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie. I’ve heard a number of positive reviews for this recently and hope to see a many of you join us! If you are debating, keep in mind this is looking to be our final Science Fiction Book Club read, so please consider showing your support […]

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