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September Sci-Fi Link-Up

In the spirit of Me Month, I am picking a book for you without a democratic vote (a.k.a. last minute rush poll). Part of this sci-fi challenge was to challenge your preconceptions of the genre (how’s that working for you anyway?) and another group of…

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August Sci-Fi Link-Up

I’m sure you’re all distracted with holidays and/or Olympics (I know I was) so I asked Twitter to suggest some easy and/or fun sci-fi choices for the August group read. After a quickie poll, you decided on The End of Mr Y by Scarlett Thomas…

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July Sci-Fi Link-Up

This month’s group read, thanks to those of you paying attention last last two days, is a classic in remembrance of the late, great Ray Bradbury; Fahrenheit 451. It’s another one with an array of different covers so do let me know if you find…

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June Sci-Fi Link-Up

Thank you to everyone that shared their thoughts this month. Apparently you like the group reads even if you’re not actively taking part. However the linky entries were down after I announced the lack of monthly giveaways… Remember each review you link will count as…

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Oryx and Crake

It started with growing human organs inside pigs – pigoons they call them – but scientists were intent on solving all of humankind’s problems with genetic engineering and the big businesses just wanted to make more money. In the future, a man now known as…