Category Archives: Science Fiction

Book Review: This Is Not the End

I don’t read a lot of real-world teenager stories, but I was super-intrigued by the premise of This Is Not the End by Chandler Baker–mostly because of the one sci fi element in the mix! As she approaches her eighteenth … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cold Summer

I love a good time-travel novel, especially because people have come up with so many different ways time-travel can work, and so many different challenges that arise.  Cold Summer by Gwen Cole was not the most unusual, but it had … Continue reading

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Star Wars: Thrawn

Sometimes I hear about a book and promptly put it on reserve at the library.  Such was the case with Star Wars: Thrawn by Timothy Zahn.  Thrawn is the charming, brilliant villain of the landmark Thrawn Trilogy, the three books … Continue reading

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Book Review: All Our Wrong Todays

What if the world you and I are living in is, in fact, a dystopia?  That could (tragically) be the beginning of a review of a nonfiction book, but instead today I’m talking about another parallel universe book: All Our … Continue reading

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Book Review: Night of Masks by Andre Norton

Andre Norton and I have a complicated relationship.  It’s sort of like an acquaintance who was really fun a few times, and now you keep trying to become better friends even though they’ve never been quite so fun again.  I … Continue reading

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