Ah! A new year, a new me! A new reading challenge perhaps? I skipped resolutions; they do not work for me. Sure I might have deleted the mindless games from my mobile devices and put screen time limits on social media, but in no way does that mean I will refrain from committing heinous crimes.
Where do I begin? This behemoth took up two months of my life, but it was time well spent. The first sentence of the book is no secret and immediately sets the tone: The moon blew up without warning and for no apparent reason. Despite it being and staying unexplained, of course one can only
I have to admit, I hardly know anything about China. Sure I touched its history and culture during my time at university, but maybe I only know as much about the Cultural Revolution and its aftermath as I know about the consequences of consuming Tide Pods: what if one needs to go through a horribly
I turned to a sci-fi orientated subreddit to help me decide on which book to read next. I very much wanted to finally take on Neal Stephenson’s work and people tend to have a strong opinion about him, so I wanted to make sure I was introduced to his writing with the right book. Settling
What meager resources they have to offer us are not worth the risk posed by allowing such an unstable element into our shared space. The GC has already spent too much on helping this minor species to escape the hardships they brought upon themselves. I ask you, what benefit is there in making Humans one
Although it almost took me three months to read Adrian Tchaikovsky’s first science fiction novel Children of Time, I cannot give it any other than the maximum rating because of its big ideas and final message. External factors in my life might have taken my attention away from the book more than I have intended,