Makers by Cory Doctorow really seems to cement the point that Doctorow just really hates the Disney corporation.
Kim Stanley Robinson’s Green Mars didn’t have the same pull as the previous title.
Many science-fiction novels forget that the internet exists. Feed, thankfully, doesn’t.
I didn’t think the movie Annihilation was worth anyone’s time. I am not sure the book is either.
David Brin’s “Kiln People” is a novel I can only talk about by also talking about Richard K Morgan.
What’s wrong with me that I keep trying to enjoy other people’s nostalgia…?
People seem to think that reading older text is somehow rewarding. I am not sure that is the case.
James S. A. Corey’s fourth book was almost decent. Emphasis on the ‘almost’.
How we come to categorize books like this is sometimes more interesting than the books themselves.
Even if one doesn’t particularly like short stories, one cannot help but admit that Harlan was a master of the craft.