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Tag: sfvsfbingo

5 Star, Science Fiction

I Still Dream

Laura needed someone to talk to after her father disappeared, so she made Organon. It’s more than just software to her, it’s her friend and therapist. The year is 1997 and AI has a long way to go, but someone sees promise in her work,…

5 Star, Fantasy

The Stone Sky

The Stone Sky is the final book in the Broken Earth trilogy and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous books. Yet because you are essential, you cannot be permitted to have a choice in the matter. You must be tools – and…

5 Star, Fantasy

The City of Brass

Often the mightiest things have the humblest beginnings. Nahri’s story starts in 18th century Egypt but takes her across the Middle East to a magical city with gleaming brass walls. I absolutely loved the setting, and I was pleased to see a map which helped…

5 Star, Science Fiction

Gemina

Gemina pretty much follows the same formula as Illuminae; there are multiple dangers on board and the surviving characters are split up and must communicate mostly via chat. This is not a bad thing and I thoroughly enjoyed the second instalment of this fast-action space…

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#SFvsFBingo Linkies!

Science Fiction vs Fantasy Bingo 2018 is go! OK you can join at any time in 2018, just add your links to books read/reviews in the linkies below and try and use the #SFvsFBingo hashtag on social media now and then. Choose a line or…