Science Fiction

Star Wars: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig

When Disney took over Lucasfilm and continued the Star Wars movies, they made the controversial but understandable decision to relegate all of the old Expanded Universe books to non-canon Legends and establish a new body of canonical fiction. Suddenly, all …

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Three (Article 5 #3) by Kristen Simmons

Three is the conclusion of the young adult dystopian trilogy Article 5, written by Kristen Simmons. It was preceded by Article 5 and Breaking Point, two strong novels that left readers expecting a lot from the trilogy’s conclusion. Three definitely …

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The Children of Men by P.D. James

The Children of Men, a 1992 dystopian novel by P.D. James, takes place in a near future where, for unknown reasons, humanity has become completely infertile and now faces its inevitable extinction. Before I begin this review in earnest, I …

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Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell

Published in 2004, David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas is one of the more ambitious works of genre fiction in the last decade, and it gained a new surge in popularity when the film adaptation was released in 2012. Cloud Atlas follows …

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