The final week of this year’s SciFi Month is all but over, and the event as a whole has been a lovely success despite some final-stretch energy drains upon your nerdy hosts. Let’s look at the last round-up of reviews!
It’s the final week of this year’s Sci-Fi Month, and though my stamina has not been the best, the rest of our beloved Fleet has continued performing admirably! Let’s take another look at the random treasure we found, shall we?
The natives of Rakhat finally make an appearance, and Giuliani begins making progress, of a sort, with Emilio. My dread is real. Let’s discuss The Sparrow. Spoilers follow for chapters 20 through 26.
A stagnating community finds a way forward, with a little help from a friend; a restless boy finds his path in life; and a caretaker finds new ways to care. Let’s discuss the final parts of Record of a Spaceborn Few. Spoilers will follow for Parts 5, 6 & 7.
Another adventurous week has passed, and it’s time to review the Sci-Fi Month data logs! Hold onto your seats.
Another tragedy strikes, though the effects are felt on much more personal levels for some. Change is inevitable, but who will accept it? Let’s discuss Record of a Spaceborn Few. Spoilers follow for Parts 2, 3 and 4.
The team makes it to Rakhat, only to suffer an unexpected loss. Questions of faith, and faithfulness, are raised and … answered? And we begin to learn a little more of what may have happened to Emilio, pre-rescue. Let’s discuss The Sparrow. Spoilers follow for chapters 12 through 19.
Murderbot has no friends. Murderbot has no family. Murderbot doesn’t even have a name – unless you count ‘Murderbot’. All it wants is to do its job, survive it, and figure out its own identity. And try to catch up on its favourite serials. It’s time to review All Systems Red, the first of The Murderbot Diaries novellas by Martha Wells, for SciFi Month!
At the end of the first full week, SciFi Month 2019 appears to be going splendidly! Let’s take a look at what our daring Fleet have achieved this week, shall we?
Let’s take a little break from reviews and bookish discussions with a fun feature post! I discovered this feature via Lauren over at Always Me, though the tag was originally created by Matthew Sciarappa. Read on for more!