Buck Rogers in the 25th Century!

Everyone has gone to see a movie adaption of a book and heard someone say, “The book was much better than the movie!”  Most readers have probably said that exact thing on a number of occasions.  And, generally,…

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Book Review: The Ship Who Sang by Anne McAffrey

The author Anne McAffrey is best known for her fantasy series The Dragonriders of Pern but she’s also a Hugo Award winning author of science fiction novels. Any enterprising science fiction enthusiast would find herself well-tread to pick…

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Book Review: Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld

Steampunk is a much-overlooked literary form of science fiction that many science fiction fans find themselves drawn into. It’s often presented as a look at what-might-have-been through the eyes of technological progress if Tesla and Volt had instead…

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Book Review: Halting State by Charles Stross

Video games stand out as possibly the best model for UI design and how virtual reality will function in the future—point-in-fact, the entire MMO community shows us that virtual worlds are already a reality and that they can…

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