Book Review | The Last Human

Since the apocalypse is happening right now (not really) what better time than to read a book about the last human in the universe? Which is exactly what I did this weekend (when I wasn’t glued to the Nintendo Switch I just bought myself). Anyway, I am very tired – because of course I’m writing […]

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Book Review | The God Game

Artificial Intelligence both terrifies and intrigues me. And while I don’t always love AI books, I usually pick them up anyway. So I was definitely intrigued by The God Game, which has an AI who believes it is God. Because what’s scarier than an omniscient computer who thinks it’s also omnipotent? (All reviews are spoiler-free […]

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Book Review | The Girl in Red

I love Christina Henry’s books. Especially her fairy tale retellings – if you haven’t read Alice or Lost Boy yet, you should get on that. Needless to say, I was very excited to pick up Henry’s newest book, The Girl in Red – her take on the Little Red Riding Hood story. Because a postapocalyptic […]

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Book Review | Wilder Girls

This summer I went to a book event with Casey McQuiston and Taylor Jenkins Reid (yes, it was totally awesome). I love both of their books so much. So when TJR asked Casey what book she’d recently read and loved, I knew I needed to read that book. Her answer: Wilder Girls by Rory Power. […]

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Book Review | Recursion

Almost exactly four years ago, I sat down and binge-read Dark Matter by Blake Crouch. That book drew me in immediately, in a way few books have. It was one of – if not the book – that started my obsession with thrillers as quick reads. So, naturally, I had to pick up his newest […]

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Book Review | Only Human

Finishing a series is always a good feeling. I’ve been reading Sylvain Neuvel’s Themis Files since the beginning, and I was so excited to find out how it ends, with Only Human. Sadly, I didn’t get approved for an ARC on NetGalley (not sure why – I got ARCs of the first two in this series), […]

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Book Review | Binti

Almost every time I browse diverse book lists or lists of great science fiction books, Nnedi Okorafor’s Binti comes up. To be fair, the cover is pretty eye-catching (and gorgeous), but I still feel like I see this book everywhere and it looked amazing. Plus, I will read basically anything that’s been blurbed by Neil Gaiman. […]

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