Tag: Science Fiction
Drugs and Other Thoughts on The Core of the Sun
It far exceeds her previous works in breadth of conversations on social issues.
Children’s Science Fiction!
This story follows eleven-year-old Bell as he grows up on the surface of Mars in the American settlement.
Axiom’s End, an Incredible Debut by Lindsay Ellis*
In the ever-growing search to discover my new favorite book, I downloaded this book from Libro.fm, the Audible alternative that directly supports independent booksellers. (Not only do I obsessively send people to Libro to support local bookstores, but I actively try to get listeners to change.) After finding new books to listen to, I discovered…
Why The Marrow Thieves is YA, Dystopia, Fantasy, and Everything Else You Needed*
Humans have lost the ability to dream, but one race has kept it; indigenous populations in North America. The novel begins as a boy, Frenchie, is saved from Recruiters, a group of people hunting those who can still dream, when his brother sacrifices himself. Alone, this indigenous young man sets out to survive in a…
Review of Netflix Original’s “Another Life.”