Category: Books

Review: Dangerous Games

“Games are ubiquitous,” claims Jonathan Oliver, editor of Dangerous Games, a short story anthology set to be released by Solaris on the fourth of...

Review: Carbide Tipped Pens

Carbide Tipped Pens is a collection of science fiction stories. Compiled and edited by six time Hugo-winning author Ben Bova and aerospace engineer Eric...

Review: The Moé Manifesto

This post originally appeared over on The Action Points Podcast. There are more questions posed than answered in Patrick W. Galbraith‘s collection of interviews, The...

Review: Mind the Gap

Tim Richard’s Mind the Gap is a novel that tries to follow a long tradition of speculative fiction and its engagement with alternate cities,...

Review: Something Wiki

On paper, Something Wiki sounds like a good read – Jo Waller, a clever, offbeat almost-teenager who edits Wikipedia for fun is a fun...

Review: Runaway, by Brina Courtney

I love young adult novels about young women. The Hunger Games is the obvious example as is anything by Jacqueline Wilson. I also enjoy some supernatural...

Review: Falling Into Place

I’m very rarely a fan of stories about the mean, rich, popular, pretty girl who also has problems, and you should be nice to...