Sunday, 1 January 2012

January Sci-Fi Link-Up

Welcome to 2012! There's still time to sign-up for my science fiction reading challenge if you haven't done so already. As long as you've signed up by the end of January you will be eligible for entry into the monthly giveaways.




Once you've read a sci-fi book and written down your thoughts please add your link below. If you don't have a blog you can link to any public book-sharing site. Please add the direct link to your review. Any links not relevant to the challenge will be removed.

If you're looking to sign-up please use the linky on the challenge page. The one below is for books you've read.

Each book you read for this challenge will count as an entry into the giveaways so get reading!



Please add both YOUR NAME and the TITLE OF BOOK in the "Your Name" field.

17 comments:

  1. I can't wait to read "Do Androdis dream of electrical sheep?" but I haven't bought it yet and my pile of books will get bigger in a few days thanks to my family.

    I'll let you know when I read it though :) Promised!

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  2. I have Zoo City waiting for me, and I hope to get to it this month, but in the mean time I read All Clear by Connie Willis, time travel back to WWII.
    I enjoyed it, but felt it was overlong & dragged in places unfortunately.

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  3. Always nice to start the year off with cyborgs!

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  4. I did the audio of Zoo City and reviewed it back in November. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did.

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  5. My first ever encounter with proper sci-fi went quite well!

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  6. Thanks for choosing Zoo City and giving me the excuse to go out and get it. Loved it.

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  7. Have just read it - and much to my astonishment actually quite enjoyed it!

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  8. I've just finished Zoo City, it is a great book. Thanks for the extra prompt to get stuck into it :)

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  9. A bit of dystopia done. Now on to spaceships in Embassytown by China Mieville and Suface Detail by Iain M. Banks.
    Oh, I do like spaceships.

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  10. More dystopia with Wyndham's classic from the fifties. Next I plan to traverse the realm of cyberpunk with When Gravity Fails by George Alec Effinger. Thanks for the recommendation of Zoo City.

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  11. I decided this challenge was the perfect excuse to go for one of Jules Verne's books, so I read Journey to the center of the Earth this month. And I really liked it! I also add here the link to my review of The Walking Dead. I read it for another challenge, but it's Science Fiction too. It is OK if I link more than one review per month, right?

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    1. Yes as long as they were read in January. Each link gets an entry into the giveaway.

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  12. I finished Embassytown on Jan.31st., so I guess it belongs here :-)
    It's very good!

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  13. I have been trying to tweet everyone's links but have fallen behind. Thanks to everyone who's linked up, been a great selection so far.

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  14. Apologies for the tardiness, must do better with the next one!

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  15. And in my rush to post, I've forgotten to include that I read Zoo Story on my link. Sorry again...

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