Category Archives: Science Fiction

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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Classic Review: Star Wars, Original Trilogy

I was glancing through old posts, and found it’s been more than five years since I reviewed the original Star Wars trilogy…which was well before all the new developments in the franchise, when the expanded universe was still canon, there … Continue reading

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Book Review: Relativity

Still catching up on some of my unreviewed challenge reading from late last year…  My last parallel universe book was Relativity by Cristin Bishara.  Another YA one, it explored how a family and a town can change in different universes. … Continue reading

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