Category Archives: Science Fiction

Book Review: A Crack in the Line

I’m carrying on my parallel universe reading with A Crack in the Line by Michael Lawrence, featuring one of the more unusual alternate life scenarios. Sixteen-year-old Alaric lost his mother two years earlier in a train accident, following surgery where … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Square-Root of Summer

I think I’ve managed a first for me in my challenge reading.  I put The Square-Root of Summer by Harriet Reuter Hapgood on my random To-Read list on my phone (I think I stumbled on a blog post review while … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sidewise in Time

My parallel universe reading has taken me back into some classic science fiction, to read what I believe is the very first published example of a parallel universe story.  At least, that’s what the author’s introduction and Wikipedia say!  Sidewise … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Star Trek Beyond

I have complicated feelings about the new Star Trek movies.  Complicated.  Feelings.  That didn’t stop me from going to see the newest one, Star Trek Beyond, on opening weekend, or from enjoying it!  But because I’ve noticed that those complicated … Continue reading

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Book Review: Here, There and Everywhere

Here, There and Everywhere by Chris Roberson was the rare book with such an amazing concept that, despite other reasons it really shouldn’t have worked, it completely did and I loved it anyway.  I found this one looking for parallel … Continue reading

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