Tag Archives: Hugo Awards

Reading All Clear

Let me start off by saying that All Clear isn’t bad. Or rather, these two books aren’t bad. You might want to start with my review of Blackout, if you haven’t already. The books are interesting, engaging page turners. You … Continue reading

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Reading Blackout

I started reading Blackout, by Connie Willis, with some trepidation. While I had loved two of her earlier books, To Say Nothing of the Dog and Doomsday Book, the last book I read from her was Passage. I had started … Continue reading

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Reading The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

The first nominee I chose to read this award season was The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms, but N.K. Jemison. I chose this one mostly because I thought the cover art was cool, which is odd because I read the kindle version, … Continue reading

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Reading Wake

Literally hundreds of people haven’t asked me if I’m going to read the last two Hugo nominees, especially as the Awards have already been announced. Well, calm down. I actually only have one Hugo nominee left to read. I finished … Continue reading

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Reading The Windup Girl

Since Paolo Bacipgalupi’s The Windup Girl is independently published, I submitted this review to the Spectrum Circus, which collects such things. You can read my review here. If you’re looking for a quick breakdown of what I thought of the … Continue reading

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Reading Julian Comstock

I like Robert Charles Wilson. For pete’s sake, the guy wrote Spin. How can you not like the guy who wrote one of the modern classics of science fiction? I’ve also enjoyed his other books, too. Darwinia and The Chronoliths … Continue reading

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Reading Boneshaker

Do you like zombies? Do you like your zombies historical? How about alternative historical? Say, around the civil war-era, if it had lasted twenty years. Except you’re in Seattle. If that sort of thing floats your boat, then Cherie Priest’s … Continue reading

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