Dogs of War, Adrian Tchaikovsky

Well, friends. Clearly, that hope for a more regular upload schedule over the last few months of the year worked out well. Hah. Honestly, I just got busy and had to prioritize: unfortunately, teaching; my PhD; other research; and family/work… Read More ›

Binti, Nnedi Okorafor

Well. Well. Despite the best efforts of Ekho over at @_hex_libris, my introduction to Nnedi Okorafor’s work was not Akata Witch, though I do in fact have that book on my shelf to be read at some point in the… Read More ›

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

I originally picked up this book because it was part of the Penguin Classics miniseries called Legends from the Ancient North, curated because each of the five volumes contributed to J.R.R. Tolkien’s creation of Middle Earth. You may or may… Read More ›

The Atlantis Code, Charles Brokaw

Well, well, well. Here we are. Finally. At the beginning of a series that will, in all honesty, encompass many different types of posts (reviews, essays, rants…) and spread across a number of years. Today we are talking about the… Read More ›

Lifel1k3, Jay Kristoff

Here’s the first thing you need to understand: Lifel1k3 is the first of Jay Kristoff’s books that I have read. I still don’t know if that was a good idea, or a terrible idea. If you’re read Lifel1k3 or intend… Read More ›