Tag Archives: military fantasy/sci-fi

Lost Valley by Walt Browning

Read January 2020 Recommended for zombie fans  ★     ★    ★   Every so often–say, after I’ve read about the latest Climate Summit–I get an urge to read about the end of the world. Zombies are a particularly solid way … Continue reading

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The Last Good Man by Linda Nagata. Not the Last Good Woman.

Read  July 2017 Recommended for fans of military thrillers ★    ★    ★    Short version: a nail-biting action thriller. Read it if you want thriller, but not to experience anything new in female characterization or military sci-fi. “If Daniel could offer … Continue reading

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Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld

Read February 2016 Recommended for fans of young adult, biotech, Austria  ★    ★    ★ An Adventure in Which an Aristocratic Young Man Discovers How to Pilot an All-Terrain Walker and that he is Now an Orphan, and a … Continue reading

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The Thousand Names by Django Wexler.

Read November 2013 ★★ ★ For some time now, I’ve been co-moderating a fantasy group on Goodreads. One of the troubles with attempting to be an active group co-moderator are monthly reads. Ultimately, only a few read the selections in … Continue reading

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