All Our Wrong Todays by Elan Mastai - Review - CanLit

It was really hard to pick up a new book after reading Death’s End by Cixin Liu. I was just completely blown away by the monumental brilliance of the whole Remembrance of Earth’s Past trilogy (if you don’t know what…

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Company Town by Madeline Ashby - Canadian SciFi - Review

Company Town‘s gorgeous cover caught my attention two years before the book was even released (says GoodReads). It beautifully represents the book, which takes place in a near-future town-size oil rig off the shores of Newfoundland. After a fire which…

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The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood is probably the best-loved writer in Canada, the one you cannot fail to read if you’re serious about becoming a true Canadian bookworm. Like me. Six years after landing in the country, I couldn’t delay it any further…

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The Affinities by Robert Charles Wilson - Review - Science-Fiction

The Affinities in a nutshell? Divergent targeted to adult readers. Both books are based on the idea that humanity is encompassed in a finite number of personality profiles and therefore can be sorted into trait-based communities. In our modern world…

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The Acolyte by Nick Cutter - Dystopia / Horror

I’m getting concerned for Nick Cutter’s sanity, really. His website is definitely showing signs of split personality: on its home page, you’re asked to choose between Craig Davidson, author of the acclaimed literary novel Cataract City (that’s the nice guy),…

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The Page Turners #2: Economy of Fear by Kevin T. Johns

Reading books always brought me life. The stories filled me with something that wasn’t there before, took me to other places, and taught me new ideas. There’s nothing as exhilarating as a book exceeding your expectations by a thousand times….

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Dix Ans d'Éternité - Recueil de nouvelles de Science-fiction, Fantasy, Horreur

D’évidence, Dix ans d’éternité a été créé par des passionnés : le fabuleux choix de nouvelles, la superbe couverture, la mise en page parfaite, les deux préfaces dédiées à l’histoire du magazine dont les nouvelles sont tirées, Brins d’Éternité, et les magnifiques…

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Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel: review, science-fiction

Station Eleven just shows how science-fiction — and “genre fiction”(I hate that label) — is looked down on in the literary community. Station Eleven features a pandemic, the fall of civilization and life in the future; however, even Emily St. John Mandel…

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The Carpet Makers by Andreas Eschbach, Science Fiction Book

[widgets_on_pages id=”Science-Fiction & Fantasy World Tour”]In the foreword of The Carpet Makers, Orson Scott Card tells us how he attended a science-fiction convention in France where all everyone would talk about was the new German author Andreas Eschbach. Unfortunately, his…

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