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All Systems Red by Martha Wells: An Amazing Start to the Murderbot Series

Book Blurb Winner: 2018 Hugo Award for Best Novella Winner: 2018 Nebula Award for Best Novella Winner: 2018 Alex Award Winner: 2018 Locus Award One of the Verge’s Best Books of 2017 A New York Times and USA Today Bestseller A murderous android discovers itself in All Systems Red, a tense science fiction adventure by Martha Wells that interrogates the …

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Stage 3 by Ken Stark: The Best Zombie Book in the Last Five Years

I attribute Ken Stark’s Stage 3 novel for single-handedly rejuvenating my love for the zombie genre. It’s that good. The novel begins with protagonist Hank “Mace” Mason on a commercial flight heading towards San Francisco, CA. Hank seems ornery, partially hung-over from drinking too much scotch during the flight while also wallowing in misery over fractured relationship with his girlfriend “Becks.”

Nexus Point by Krista Pimpinella: A Gritty, Thrilling Time Travel Adventure

Book Blurb Late in the twenty-third century, teams of Time Rangers boomerang through a nexus point into historical time periods to capture “time runners,” renegade time travelers who would endanger the future by changing the past. KAI SAWYER, son of one of the founders of the Time Rangers, is a Spawn, a genetically enhanced soldier, …

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The Stand Episode 1 Recap: The End

The Stand holds high esteem as one of the prolific author Stephen King’s best novels. It’s especially relevant during the COVID-19 pandemic since the story’s premise is based on a deadly pandemic that devastates the world’s population. The Stand episode 1, The End, starts off the series with a non-linear, at times confusing, yet fun, dark, and morbid show.

Blade Runner’s Dangerously Accurate Predictions of Technology in 2019 Will Scare You

Like any movie, the 1982 version of Blade Runner is a product of its time. Therefore, its depiction of the future is a product of what existed during the late 70s and early 80s. Does the movie accurately reflect the time we live in now, or has it been outdated by the rapid pace of …

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Siren’s Cove is a Time Travel Saga with a Twist of Jane Eyre

Book Blurb When a faulty time coil destroys her ship, test pilot Lieutenant Anaya Chapman awakens with no memory of the accident and no identity. Haunted by dark images from her past, she finds herself the reluctant guest of a local tavern owner on the Colonies – a small planetary settlement of old-fashioned expatriates with …

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New for 2021 Sci-Fi Short Film Flyby by DUST Will Have You Reaching for Tissues

DUST is back with another amazing sci-fi short film that will bring a tear to your eye – especially if you’re a father. Along the lines of Adam Sandler’s Click, Flyby shows what can happen if a mysterious asteroid passes by Earth (and ultimately orbits the planet for a lifetime). What if that asteroid warps …

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