Tag Archives: Sci-Fi

Childhood’s End by Arthur C. Clarke

Childhood’s End was sent my way by my college-aged son to whom it was recommended by a friend who read it for a poli-sci class. We both struggled a bit to get into it, but he ended up loving it. Me, not … Continue reading

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Stephen King – Wolves of the Calla, or; WTF, Stephen King?

Seriously.  SERIOUSLY. This is why I have a book blog, so when I read something that makes me this crazy I can rant about it here.  This is the strangest book series I’ve ever read, and I’m not sure it’s a … Continue reading

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Chaos Walking series – Patrick Ness

The Chaos Walking trilogy starts with The Knife of Never Letting Go, and it’s apparently geared toward the young adult market. Basically, Todd is our hero and he’s a settler on a planet where everybody can hear the thoughts of … Continue reading

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Fantasy/Sci-Fi readers, check this out

For all I know this is old as hell, but it made me laugh. Click for big! A Guide to Navigating NPR’s Top 100 Science Fiction and Fantasy Books source

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Samaria series by Sharon Shinn

Archangel Angels and men exist in harmony on the world of Samaria. Every twenty years, a new Archangel is chosen to govern the land and lead all the people of Samaria in a great musical chorale to honor the god … Continue reading

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