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LitStack Review: The Vagrant by Peter Newman

The Vagrant Peter Newman Harper Voyager Release Date:  April 2015 ISBN 978-0-007593-0-88 The Vagrant is a very interesting book.  No, no, hear me out.  I don’t mean “interesting” because I’m casting around to find something nice to say, and “interesting” is a pretty safe word to do that.  I mean, “interesting” in that, although it […]

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LitStack Review: Avengers of the Moon by Allen Steele

Avengers of the Moon A Captain Future Novel Allen Steele Tor Books Release Date:  April 11, 2017 ISBN 978-0-7653-8218-4 In 1940, a new pulp science-fiction series debuted:  Curt Newton – known as Captain Future – was a young, handsome adventurer as well as a brilliant scientist and intrepid inventor. From 1940 to 1951, Captain Future […]

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LitStack Review: Six Wakes by Mur Lafferty

Six Wakes Mur Lafferty Orbit Books Release Date:  January 31, 2017 ISBN 978-0-316-38968-6 Mur Lafferty’s Six Wakes is a science fiction novel about clones and a space mission gone awry.  But it’s also a murder mystery, with many moving parts. Both aspects of the book feed off the other, and both are equally riveting. Crewman […]

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LitStack Review: Shadow Run by Adrianne Strickland and Michael Miller

Shadow Run Adrianne Strickland and Michael Miller Delacorte Press Release Date:  March 21, 2017 ISBN 978-0-399-55253-3 “Firefly meets Dune in this action-packed sci-fi adventure about a close-knit, found family of a crew navigating a galaxy of political intrigue and resource-driven power games.” Uh, oh. Anytime you invoke sci-fi classics – especially pop culture classics – […]

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LitStack Review: The End of All Things by John Scalzi

The End of All Things John Scalzi Tor Books Release Date:  May 31, 2016 ISBN 978-0-7653-7607-7 Full disclosure:  I adore John Scalzi. I enjoy his writing, which I find adroit and entertaining. As a social media persona, I find him quick witted and refreshingly candid. As a person, I find him lovable and genuine. So […]