THE THREE BODY PROBLEM is a much-lauded Chinese science fiction novel beloved by many, but I found it dense and unfortunately uninteresting.
Don’t let the hype scare you away: Kaufman and Kristoff’s ILLUMINAE is a fast-paced, tense, and hilarious journey through space that is sure to entertain.
Becky Chambers’ debut novel is easily one of the most charming and heartwarming stories I’ve read this year – and it’s also one of the most creative.
ARABELLA OF MARS is best described as a Regency drama turned space adventure, populated with automata and airships. What’s not to enjoy?