As in previous installations of Binti's story, Nnedi Okorafor continues create wide and varied worlds with cultural backgrounds that I'd never even dreamed of getting stories from, while centering values of knowledge-seeking and harmonizing as the primary heroic virtues of the titular Binti.Read More
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Book three of The Expanse continues to surprise and delight. I had thought that I would be sad to say goodbye all of our wonderful viewpoint characters from Caliban's War, and make no mistake, I was, but the new characters in Abaddon's Gate make up for it.Read More
So, I read what was at the time all of Saga that existed back when Vol. 5 came out, back in, dear god, 2012, and then completely failed to pick up the series against because honestly, I'm horrible at keeping up with comics. I'm actually horrible at keeping up with new releases in general.Read More
I don't think there was any chance that I wasn't going to like this book as long as it kept up the quality of Leviathan Wakes, which I liked pretty well, but not as much as the TV show. However, you guys, it didn't just keep up the quality. It got better. I couldn't be more pleased.Read More
A friend of mine observed that I don't do things by halves after watching me add every single piece of fiction in the Expanse universe to by To-Read list after finishing both seasons of the TV show and getting about 70% of the way through Leviathan Wakes. The truth is, I do some thing by halves; there are series of books that I enjoy, but that I've been dragging my heels on for years for one reason or another. I let goals go half-completed, and even more often I abandon TV shows mid-season if they haven't sufficiently hooked me. But The Expanse is not one of those things.Read More