Tag: science fiction

WEIGHING SHADOWS by Lisa Goldstein – Review

WEIGHING SHADOWS by Lisa Goldstein – Review
Posted November 30, 2015 by Tammy in 3 stars, Reviews / 4 Comments

The nitty-gritty: A time travel story with loads of potential and an important message about feminism, which could have benefited from more editing. I’m always up for a good time travel story, and Weighing Shadows seemed like it was going to be a good one. And it was—to an extent. There were many things I enjoyed, […]

THREE by Jay Posey – Review

THREE by Jay Posey – Review
Posted August 5, 2013 by Tammy in Reviews / 9 Comments

Three by Jay Posey Genre: Adult Science Fiction Publisher: Angry Robot Release date: July 30 2013 Source: ARC from publisher Pages: 421 In a word: One of the best examples of world building I’ve seen in quite some time, gorgeously written, with a finely paced plot and characters that will break your heart. Once in […]

THE LIVES OF TAO by Wesley Chu – Review

THE LIVES OF TAO by Wesley Chu – Review
Posted May 21, 2013 by Tammy in Reviews / 1 Comment

The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu Genre: Adult Science Fiction Publisher: Angry Robot Release date: April 30 2013 Source: ARC from publisher Pages: 375 In a word:  an ingenious concept, flawed but likable characters, exciting action sequences, with an emotional payoff at the end. This whole alien-in-his-body was starting to sound better and better. […]