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Les imaginales debrief

Hi guys :)I have been meaning to write this post for a week now, and kept postponing it because I was too tired to write... But I still felt like I had to share my last week-end on the blog, as it was the most bookish week-end I ever had! I work as a bookseller… Continue reading Les imaginales debrief

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Book review ~ Stars and Bones, Gareth L. Powell

Stars and BonesAuthor : Gareth L. PowellGenre : Sci-fiPages : 400Publisher : Titan Books⭐⭐⭐⭐ Seventy-five years from today, the human race has been cast from a dying Earth to wander the stars in a vast fleet of arks—each shaped by its inhabitants into a diverse and fascinating new environment, with its own rules and eccentricities.When… Continue reading Book review ~ Stars and Bones, Gareth L. Powell

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Book review ~ 36 streets, T.R Napper

36 StreetsAuthor : T.R NapperGenre : Sci-fi/NoirPages : 448 pagesPublisher : Titan BooksRelease date : 8th February 2022 Lin 'The Silent One' Vu is a gangster and sometime private investigator living in Chinese-occupied Hanoi, in the steaming, paranoid alleyways of the 36 Streets. Born in Vietnam, raised in Australia, everywhere she is an outsider. Through… Continue reading Book review ~ 36 streets, T.R Napper

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Book review ~ Stolen Earth by J.T.Nicholas

Stolen EarthAuthor : J.T.NicholasGenre : Sci-fiPublisher : Titan BooksRelease date : 21st September 2021⭐⭐⭐⭐ Environmental disasters and uncontrolled AI armies have caused the human population of Earth to flee. They lie scattered across innumerable space stations and colonies, overcrowded and suffering. The Earth is cut off by the Interdiction Zone: a network of satellites to… Continue reading Book review ~ Stolen Earth by J.T.Nicholas

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Book review ~ Where the stars sing, Aminah Fox

Where the Stars SingAuthor : Aminah FoxGenre : Fantasy/Sci-fiPublisher : Light LLCRelease date : 4th October 2021⭐⭐⭐ Charles Sykes, a humble farm-boy and comic-book fan, survived an accident that left millions dead—and while some ordinary people developed extraordinary gifts afterward, he lost his father. But, like the rest of the world he’s in awe of… Continue reading Book review ~ Where the stars sing, Aminah Fox