Month: October 2017

  • Review: Red Sister (Book of the Ancestor 1)

    My review @ Goodreads Red Sister is book one in the Book of the Ancestor series by Mark Lawrence Genre: Fantasy with hints SF-Crossover IT IS IMPORTANT, when killing a nun, to ensure that you bring an army of sufficient size. For Sister Thorn of the Sweet Mercy Convent Lano Tacsis brought two hundred men. […]

  • Review: Penric’s Mission (Penric & Desdemona 4)

    My review @ Goodreads Penric’s Mission is part 4 of the Penric and Desdemona series by Lois McMaster Bujold Genre: Fantasy Thanks to NetGalley for the ARC. Penric and his interactions with the demon Desdemona, who is sharing his mind, have fascinated me from the first novella I read, and their interaction & cooparation are […]

  • Review: Caliban’s War (Expanse 2)

    My review @ Goodreads Caliban’s War (Expanse 2) – by James S.A. Corey Genre: Hard Science Fiction For unknown reasons I kept putting off reading this book for … years. Even though I liked Leviathan Wakes. Recently, I’ve tried to read many different books and committing to an unfinished 9 book series was probably what […]

  • Review: Children of Time

    My review @ Goodreads Children of Time by Aidan Tchaikovsky Genre: Science Fiction It is a perfect time to read this and that’s why I am posting my 2015 review of this now. Because the other day I heard that  there will be a big-screen adaption of Children of Time by Lionsgate. If you ever […]

  • Review: Necrotech (SINless 1)

    My review @ Goodreads Necrotech by K.C. Alexander Genre: Cyberpunk I was searching for female-written female SciFi protagonists when I stumbled across this gem. Even better: this qualifies as Cyberpunk with the emphasis on Punk, very much in the “the street finds its own use for things” kind of way.

  • Review: Tyrant’s Throne (Greatcoats 4)

    My Review @ Goodreads  Tyrant’s Throne is book 4 of the Greatcoats series by Sebastien de Castell. Genre: Swashbuckling Epic Fantasy „There‘s a trick to fighting on the deck of a ship. I don‘t know what it is, but I fully intend to find out one day.“ After reading Greatcoats 1-3 in about a single […]