Saturday, 3 March 2012

March Sci-Fi Link-Up

It's been great to see the varied science fiction books you've been reading so far. I hope you've been inspired to add a few extra titles to your shelves. We'll be reading Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake in March if you want to join in with the group read.



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 wish to be entered into the giveaway, please make sure your March reviews have been added by 4th April.



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



14 comments:

  1. This is a short history & an anthology of early Japanese Sci Fi.

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  2. Done. "Proper" sci-fi as well!

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  3. Death of Grass is one I'd recommend, it is somewhat dated in its characters' attitudes but still very much worth reading.

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  4. A light postmodern romp, Automated Alice left me laughing on every page. It's sort of a cyberpunk riff on Carroll's original Alice.

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  5. The one I read was ok, but it was a bit heavy going.

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  6. another interesting read from the pen of PKD

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  7. In spite of the dystopian darkness I enjoyed Oryx and Crake and look forward to more of Atwood's SF.

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  8. I really enjoyed my selection this month: Agatha H & the Airship City, based on the Girl Genius webcomic.

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  9. I loved Charles Yu's How to Live Safely in a Science-Fictional Universe. It was full of mind-blowing physics and time paradoxes and stuff that made me go "eh?"

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  10. Not too happy about my last read. Looking forward to something better.

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  11. Thanks for the link-up. I think I forgot to do this in February! I read some pretty unique sci-fi dystopians during March which was fun.

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  12. I've not read any of Margaret Atwood's work since I was at school, I may have to pick some more of her books up!

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  13. I have now remembered to link to my Sci-Fi reads. I have also put a book in for both January and February as I forgot that. I think I have read more books that could qualify as Sci-Fi but the ones I choose for this challenge are the ones I would normally not read.

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  14. I can't sign up! I put my URL www.ohlookabook-hp.blogspot.com but it doesn't do anything... new to blogging :|

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