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Anathem by Neal Stephenson

Anathem by Neal Stephenson One of the best things about Neal Stephenson’s works is that they make me feel just a bit smarter than I probably am. He gets into some pretty heavy mathematical, physics and philosophical areas but he holds your hand through them, explaining in a not too convoluted way. The novels can [...]

The Watchmen by Alan Moore

I am almost embarrassed that it has taken me this long to get around to this classic comic series. I had of course heard about it for years, but it took the amazing trailer for the upcoming movie adaptation to prompt me to pick it up. For those of you unfamiliar with it, the Watchmen is [...]

The Gypsy Morph by Terry Brooks

I must admit I have a soft spot for Terry Brooks. It was the Sword of Shannara that first introduced me to adult books and fantasy/sci-fi when I was in 5th grade. Hard to believe that he is still turning out books set in that same world.  The Gypsy Morph wraps up the Genesis of [...]

The Prefect by Alastair Reynolds

Set in Reynolds Revelation Space universe, this could be seen as a loose prequel to some of his other novels but is independent enough that a casual reader would not be lost. Set during the height of the majesty of the Glitter Band (a utopian society of 10,000 space habitats orbiting the world of Yellowstone, [...]

Off Armageddon Reef by David Weber

The plot of this novel has a lot in common with Weber’s 1632 series, and from what other reviewers are saying, some of his other series as well. There is a person or small group from a future/higher technology stranded in a society at a medieval tech level. How do they cope, how does their [...]

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