1 High Commander Delphine von Dallas strode along the bridge of Zeus’s Rage, watching the planet engorge in the view of the pellucid hull like a sickly yellow cancer. She leaned, placing a hand on the cold alloy so it covered the yolky sphere entirely and imagined how the system would look if the planet […]
Newcomers to science fiction are occasionally confused and put-off by its jargon. Certain concepts have become so useful in science fiction and used so often that they tend to be referred to without explanation.
Delphine Descends is the second sci-fi novel by the author of Black Milk, Darrel William Moore. After her family is killed and her homeworld occupied, young Kathreen Martin is sent to the distant world of Furoris for re-education. She will live the rest of her life as a serf – to be bought and sold […]
There are plenty of dystopian novels out there to whet the appetite of your inner goth. And as it happens, I’ve put together a list of five great novels that you should absolutely read after finishing The Handmaid’s Tale.
A selection of 9 exciting sci-fi, fantasy and horror books to add to your reading list this August.
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A lesson is pain Our bodies remember hard A sweet gift of truth
Prometheus has the chance to bring his wife back from the dead, but doing so will mean the destruction of Earth. Spanning time, planets and dimensions, Black Milk draws to a climactic point in a post-apocalyptic future, where humanity, stranded with no planet to call home, fights to survive against a post-human digital entity that […]
So, we know Lord of the Rings has now been picked up by Amazon to be adapted as a TV series. But, when there are so many good fantasy / sci-fi books out there just begging to be translated onto the small screen, should it? Can a LOTR TV series ever do justice to the […]