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Tag Archives: science fiction
Book of January 9, 2010
One of the best-built alien ecosystems in the history of science fiction, and one of my favorite kick-ass heroines, too.
Book of December 24, 2009
Vivid and exciting SF by and for the meaning of books, with characters not all white and not all straight.
Book of December 23, 2009
The title story presents the basic premise of James Cameron's Avatar -- except in 1957, and better.
Book of December 15, 2009
Steampunk + genetic engineering + August 1914 + girl-in-disguise = gripping, ripping yarn.
Book of November 21, 2009
Being the first two books of the Miles Vorkosigan series (Shards of Honor and Barrayar), by internal chronology.
Book of November 10, 2009
The book that made Paul Krugman want to be a psychohistorian when he grew up. I wanted to either be a psychohistorian, or to just be Isaac Asimov.
Book of October 13, 2009
Down these mean streets while simultaneously going up those other mean streets. Great incluing. My favorite Miéville so far.