Tag Archives: science fiction

Elger and the Moon by Ian Eller


On a far future, post-apocalyptic Earth, a disadvantaged young man is determined to reach the city on Moon.

The title suggests ‘children’s book’ and the story opens with

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Aerodance Episode 1: Pilots by Brett Herman


Enjoyable first part of a space opera.

This book suffers from some of the usual issues I expect from anything labelled ‘Episode 1’. The first three chapters introduce three

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Upriver, Downriver by Aaron Ward


When outsiders arrive to help an isolated farming community struggling with drought, the technology they bring causes strife and division.

Following wars which have devastated the land

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The Retroactivist by Nate Ragolia


Satirical science fiction set in a future utopia.

In the future, robots do all the work and humans can devote themselves to having fun. Despairing of ever being more than a second-rate

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