Monthly Archives: November 2013

Andromeda’s Choice, William C. Dietz (ACE, 2013)

Andromeda’s Choice is the exciting Military Science Fiction sequel by William C. Dietz’s set in his Legion of the Damned World. For a full review go to or short link here. Continue reading

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Germline – The Subterrene War: Book 1, T.C. McCarthy (Orbit, 2011)

Germline is the lackluster, near future Military Science Fiction novel by T.C. McCarthy that serves as the first in the Subterrene War series. Written from the POV of a war correspondent, it has an interesting premise, but sparse descriptions and an unsympathetic narrator failed to really pull me in. For a full description go to or short link to: Continue reading

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Ender’s Game: The Movie

I know I don’t normally review movies, but as that I have reviewed a large number of the Ender Series books here, I thought I should probably give a quite review of the recently released film. In short, I actually … Continue reading

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