An astronaut finds himself stuck on Mars, alone. Best case, a rescue mission is a year away. How will he ever survive? Colin reviews The Martian, a fascinating novel that’s equal parts science and survival.
There’s a reason Robert Heinlein is considered a master of science-fiction. And this book is a perfect example as to why. It’s been decades since it was first published but its setting, politics, and humanity remain relevant today.
I’ll give it away right now. The Orphan Master’s Son deserves the Pulitzer it earned because it’s one of the most entertaining, funny, dark, and depressing books I’ve read in a long time, providing an inside look into the enigma that is North Korea.
Following the same template as the other books in the Alex Delaware series, Jonathan Kellerman adds a solid new entry to his series. But, after almost thirty years with the same characters, it begs the question of age. As in, how old is Alex Delaware?
Naomi Novik’s new entry into the Temeraire series has finally come out. And you’ll love it if you dig on pretzel sentences and lackluster plots.