Genre: Science Fiction

Notes From The Burning Age by Claire North

Notes From The Burning Age by Claire North

One of my favourite genres growing up as a child was sci-fi. Novels, movies, tv – I devoured whatever I could get my hands and eyes on. Yet as an adult, certainly as far as novels are concerned, I’ve grown out of love with sci-fi writing. It’s only upon reading Claire North’s Notes from the […]

Posted July 27, 2021 by Kate in review, tour / 0 Comments
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We Go On Forever by Sarah Govett

We Go On Forever by Sarah Govett

Do We Go on Forever? 2084. Uncontrollable bacterial infections have wiped out large portions of the population. Measures have been put in place to reduce the spread: no-go areas, social distancing, online learning, masks, gloves, vaccinations. But only the chosen are guaranteed survival, and even then it’s risky. If they do become infected, there is […]

Posted May 13, 2021 by Kate in review, tour, YA / 0 Comments
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Radio Life by Derek B. Miller

Radio Life by Derek B. Miller

I’ll be honest with you – I’d never read a Derek Miller book before I was asked by Jo Fletcher Books to be part of a media blast for his latest book Radio Life. Upon finishing this incredible sci-fi epic, I’ve pledged to track down his previous novels, and now count myself a definite fan. […]

Posted January 22, 2021 by Kate in review, Social media blast / 0 Comments
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Ace Of Spiders by Stefan Mohamed

Ace Of Spiders by Stefan Mohamed

The long-awaited follow-up to Stefan Mohamed’s brilliant Bitter Sixteen has arrived. And it’s just as good as it’s predecessor. I was really fortunate to get a copy of Stefan Mohamed’s Bitter Sixteen last year, and by lucky, I mean “Holy Moly. What have I just read?” lucky. The exploits of Stanly (no ‘E’) Bird and […]

Posted April 4, 2016 by Kate in review, YA, young adult / 0 Comments
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