Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow Review
“Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow” by Gabrielle Zevin Zevin wrote a beautiful book here. It has excellently deep and realistic characters with great prose. To give a very simple idea of the novel. It’s about a boy named Sam and his childhood friend Sadie falling out of friendship at
This Is How You Lose the Time War Review
“This Is How You Lose the Time War” - By: Amal El-Mothtar and Max Gladstone. I was very excited to read this book. The urge to read this was what got me back into reading recently. The cover and the premise really called to the sci-fi and romance nerd in
Old Tree
I and my friends decided on a cottage trip for the hell of it one summer. Just a good excuse to get drunk in the forest with friends. I’m personally the kind of guy that isn’t too close to nature. I don’t see why we can’t just go
Rendezvous With Rama Review
I first found out about this book because the director of Dune (2021) Denis Villeneuve said he wanted to direct a Rendezvous With Rama film. I am basically a super fanboy of Villeneuve’s work so Rendezvous With Rama got placed on my reading list instantly. Having now read Rendezvous
Snow Crash Review
I went into Snow Crash with no knowledge other than everyone who reads Neuromancer and likes it is recommended Snow Crash. I suspect the opposite is also true. Having read both I can see why that is the case even though I do find them different for the most part.
Hyperion Book Review
Hyperion is the most sci-fi, sci-fi that has ever sci-fied. I truly mean this. If you enjoy sci-fi in its pure form. Not the pop sci-fi of “Project Hail Mary” or the pseudo-intellectual sci-fi of “The Quantum Magician” (I’m still annoyed by this one). Then you will enjoy Hyperion.