The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G Wells

A shipwreck nearly spells the end for Edward Prendick when he is rescued by a peculiar man called Montgomery. For one, Montgomery’s assistants have a strange way about them. To complicate matters more, the island he is brought to is the hideaway of an infamous scientist. One of the primary reasons I quickly made roomContinue reading “The Island of Dr. Moreau by H.G Wells”

How High We Go in the Dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu

Set against the backdrop of a plague that has swept across Earth several decades in the future, Sequoia Nagamatsu’s short story collection wades through loss and longing with equal measure, painting a bleak yet innovative picture of the future. One of the benefits of going into a book without too much knowledge of its premiseContinue reading “How High We Go in the Dark by Sequoia Nagamatsu”

To Sleep In A Sea Of Stars by Christopher Paolini

Kira Navarez is a xenobiologist who, during a routine investigation, discovers an unidentified structure on the planet of Adrasteia. Little does she know that she is about to set in motion a series of earth-shattering consequences that will propel her to the frontline of an ancient battle against alien species. I’m not one to enjoyContinue reading “To Sleep In A Sea Of Stars by Christopher Paolini”

Book Review — Until The Last Dog Dies by Robbert Guffey

Robbert Guffey dives right into the field of stand up comedy with his science fiction novel,¬†Until The Last Dog Dies, speculating a future devoid of humour. A virus has infected people’s ability to register or respond to humor, thereby threatening Elliot and his friends’ profession. The premise of this novel is a fantastic one! IContinue reading “Book Review — Until The Last Dog Dies by Robbert Guffey”

Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 1 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn

Alex + Ada is a graphic novel that is set in a world where humans and androids coexist. While humans are trying to maintain the upperhand by using the robots as servants or companions, the Nexaware Massacre drives them to the extremes and they establish the A.I Restrictions Act. Alex, suffering from a breakup, isContinue reading “Book Review — Alex + Ada Volume 1 by Jonathan Luna and Sarah Vaughn”