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Review of God’s War by Kameron Hurley

Opening line: “Nyx sold her womb somewhere between Punjai and Faleen, on the edge of the desert.” I really liked this one, but a few issues hold it back from being a four star or higher book. The planet of Umayma has been settled for roughly...

90s Fashion: The Comeback of a Patterned Decade

For some reason, the universe has conspired to set the glorious psyche of the modern teenager on the road to 90’s fashion. This can be seen as a good and bad thing. Lord knows what our older siblings were thinking when they slapped on that...

Book Review: Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

Carmilla is a short vampire story published in 1871 which influenced the writing of Dracula and the vampire sub-genera as a whole. It is also notable for its significant lesbian undertones. I really liked Carmilla and found it easily accessible for...

Ten Fantasy/Sci-Fi Books I Can’t Wait For

Ever finish a book and want the next in the series, then realize that it’s not out? Here are ten fantasy and science fiction books, either sequels or parts of a longer series, coming out (hopefully) within a year. If their predecessors are...

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