Book Review: The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger

Book Review: The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger

The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger is one of those stories that pulls you into the characters’ lives and leaves you wanting more, mulling over the scenes and premise for days after you’ve reluctantly turned the last page.

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Book Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Book Review: Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

In Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel, author portrays her survivors as yearning to keep the flame of civilization lit. We follow Miranda, the Station Eleven graphic novel artist and the graphic novel that survives the apocalypse.

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Book Review: The Stand by Stephen King

Book Review: The Stand by Stephen King

The Stand by Stephen King opens on a man-made apocalypse – a designer flu has escaped from an American military laboratory. Within weeks, only a fifth of humanity lives.

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Books about Pandemic to read While Social Distancing during Corona Virus

Books about Pandemic to read While Social Distancing during Corona Virus

With news of the corona virus outbreak, books about pandemic popping up on reading lists around the globe. With stakes so high, it’s easy to see why writers find outbreaks of disease so compelling.

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Book Review: Fait Accompli by Anubhav Shankar

Book Review: Fait Accompli by Anubhav Shankar

‘Fait Accompli’ by Anubhav Shankar begins in Russia in 1941 on a late afternoon when the weather is heavy and everyone can feel that something is about to happen and it does, in the worse(!) way imaginable.

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Book Review: Silver Hair Sins by Saumick Pal

Book Review: Silver Hair Sins by Saumick Pal

The central theme in Silver Hair Sins has been picked up: man managed to create an “inferior” version of man in order to make use of that product for their own benefit: as slaves, as company.

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5 Science Fiction Books About Human Cloning

5 Science Fiction Books About Human Cloning

The announcement of the birth of Dolly – the first cloned mammal – in 1997 gave rise to extensive bio-ethical debate. At the same time, it stimulated longstanding cultural and mythological preoccupations with regard to the potential for human cloning….

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6 Pioneering Inventions Inspired by Science Fiction

6 Pioneering Inventions Inspired by Science Fiction

Inventions Inspired by Science Fiction has a long history. So many outlandish creations inspired real research. You may not immediately believe it, but future inventions and  technologies are a lot closer to science fiction than people think. We often presume…

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7 Compelling and Unconventional Science Fiction Books

7 Compelling and Unconventional Science Fiction Books

Science fiction is the most argued and discussed over genre in literature. Every year tons of crappy sci-fi novels get published. Sturgeon’s Law states “90% of Science Fiction is crud – 90% of everything is crud”. Sometimes the absolutely best (those…

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