In Altered Carbon, we are introduced into a bleak 25th century where humanity has spread to the stars, technology has advanced leaps and bounds due to the discovery of advanced Martian technology, and most importantly, human consciousness can be downloaded … Continue reading Book Review for Broken Angels by Richard K. Morgan
In the distant future, a scientist obsessed with the Volcryn, an ancient and mysterious alien race, charters the Nightflyer to embark on a scientific expedition among the stars. Royd Eris, the Nightflyers mysterious and reclusive captain, spies on his passengers … Continue reading Book Review for George R.R. Martin’s, Nightflyers.
Altered Carbon by Richard K. Morgan My rating: 4 of 5 stars After blowing through the Netflix series, I couldn’t stand the thought of having to wait for another season. As always, as soon as I found out there was … Continue reading Altered Carbon Book Review
This is one of those truly rare moments where the on-screen adaption surpasses the source material. “Man in the High Castle” is a what-if alternate history where Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany won World War 2 and divided the majority … Continue reading “The Man in the High Castle” Book Review
X-Files: The Truth is Out There is the 2nd volume in the anthology series edited by Johnathan Maberry. Much like Vol. 1, it follows the same Monster-of-the-Week scheme as the television show. The stories range in tone from the serious … Continue reading X-Files: The Truth is Out There Book Review
“Game Creatures Play” is an anthology edited by Charlaine Harris and Toni L.P. Kelner. It is a themed collection in which the goal was to produce a short story featuring the element of a sport or game and it also … Continue reading “Games Creatures Play” Book Review
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