• Fahrenheit 451 // Ray Bradbury
    EN,  Fiction

    Fahrenheit 451 // Ray Bradbury

    Yes, I have gone through my life, including a B.A. in English and American Studies, without ever reading Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. Now I have, and what can I say? It’s not the worst book I have ever held…

  • The Passengers // John Marrs
    EN,  Fiction

    The Passengers // John Marrs

    I’m disappointed. Seriously disappointed. Last year, I read The Good Samaritan by John Marrs and while it had some flaws (the second part was majorly dragging along at times), it was overall a good book with a thrilling and inventive…

  • The Ghosts of Heaven // Marcus Sedgwick
    EN,  Fiction

    The Ghosts of Heaven // Marcus Sedgwick

    I’ve been thinking for about a month how to review The Ghosts of Heaven by Marcus Sedgwick because this book left me speechless, feeling inadequate to process what I just read. It’s all about spirals, and spirals are awesome, dude.…

  • Permutation City by Greg Egan
    EN,  Fiction

    Permutation City // Greg Egan

    In the not-so-distant future (at least from where we are now, Permutation City was first published in 1994), virtual copies of humans have become a thing. Since it takes a lot of computational power to run these, the faster (as…