Tag: science fiction

Stitching Snow by RC Lewis Review: Where Snow White’s Hair Is Literally the Colour of Snow

Stitching Snow by RC Lewis Review: Where Snow White’s Hair Is Literally the Colour of Snow

Anddd we have another Snow White retelling to add to our shelves! I’d recommend to read this with a fresh, open mind, considering the multiplicity of fairy tale retellings set in science fiction settings. This one still remains highly original and has characters and plots that are unique to itself, despite the seemingly similar backgrounds […]

April 4, 2016 | 37 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in 4 stars, Reviews
Author Interview & Review: The Bureau of Time by Brett Michael Orr

Author Interview & Review: The Bureau of Time by Brett Michael Orr

You know what’s refreshing about The Bureau of Time? It doesn’t overcomplicate the time travel or the sci-fi. Timewalking, mutated genes and temporal shifts may be hard to grasp if it’s info dumped, but the whole concept behind the powers were integrated flawlessly into the book. New concepts are revealed on a need to know basis, and it doesn’t […]

Chatterbox: Why I Read Science Fiction

Chatterbox: Why I Read Science Fiction

In conjunction to the lovely Jenna’s recent post about Why [She] Reads Contemporaries, I’ve decided to regale you guys about the benefits of YA science fiction. It’s kind of like the middle genre – not exactly fantasy because these things could happen, but also not realistic fiction because let’s be real, how many of these things do […]

December 7, 2015 | 54 Comments
By Aila J.
Posted in Chatterbox, Features