Browsing All posts tagged under »science fiction«

Moongazer by Marianne Mancusi

January 31, 2015

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On one hand, I find the reality-bending mystery engrossing. I was vacillating between thinking Earth is real and thinking it's a dream. The revelation is mind-blowing. The post-apocalyptic world with its underground levels, mutant inhabitants and deadly irradiated surface captures my imagination.

The Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

January 7, 2015

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This book is an insightful examination of the human will, destiny, and religion. The main characters were taken through a wringer to fulfill a cosmic joke, sparing no one, not even the most powerful character. I, the reader, was taken through a roller-coaster ride from Earth to across the Solar System. The journey was physical, emotional and philosophical. The writing was rich, complex, unbelievably profound, and wildly imaginative.

Books and bookish

November 11, 2014

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View my bookshelf. I read fantasy, romance, thrillers, mysteries, and horror. Every two years or so, I return to my blog to sweep away beautiful cobwebs.