SciFi Month Mission Log: Week 2

It’s that time again: time to gather our data and report in!

This week I’m collecting the reviews, discussions/lists, and the Read Along posts. Let’s do the rounds!



First up, the reviews!

Nightwatch on the Hinterlands by K. Eason | Tammy @ Books, Bones & Buffy

The Fallen by Ada Hoffman | John Folk-Williams @ SciFi Mind

The Body Scout by Lincoln Michel | The BiblioSanctum

All Systems Red & Artificial Condition by Martha Wells | Nicky @ The Bibliophibian

Hard Reboot by Django Wexler | Will @ A Refuge From Life

The Butcher of Anderson Station by James S.A. Corey | Andreas @ Reiszwolf

Finna by Nino Cipri | James @ Alligators & Aneurysms

Noor by Nnedi Okorafor | Tammy @ Books, Bones & Buffy

Iron Widow by Xiran Jay Zhao | Amanda @ Classy x Book Reviews

The Necessity of Stars by E. Catherine Tobler | Maryam @ The Curious SFF Reader

One Billion Years to the End of the World by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky | calmgrove

Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro | Captain’s Quarters

The Wrong Stars by Tim Pratt | Maddalena @ Space and Sorcery

Elder Race by Adrian Tchaikovsky | Tammy @ Books, Bones & Buffy

Any Sign of Life by Rae Carson | Amanda @ Classy x Book Reviews

Godzilla – The Heisei Series | Louise @ Monstrumology

Astra: Lost in Space by Kento Shinohara | Mayri @ The Book Forager

Remote Control by Nnedi Okorafor | Will @ A Refuge From Life

Noor by Nnedi Okorafor | Captain’s Quarters


Whew. Quick tea break, anyone? Right – on to the discussions…

Amanda at Classy x Book Reviews shared her entire science fiction TBR! She also shared some SF audiobook recommendations;

For Top Ten Tuesday, Annemieke at A Dance With Books highlighted Five Books With Supernatural Powers, while Maddalena at Space and Sorcery shared Memorable Things Characters Have Said and Lauren at Always Me shared her 5-star sci-fi reads of 2021 so far;

Caitlin at Realms of my Mind dived into the world of video games to share five SF games she can’t wait to play!

Tammy at Books, Bones & Buffy looked to the future to give us a list of 10 Young Adult SF books to look out for in 2022;

Alex at Dread Press gave us an insight into her SF tastes with My Kind of SciFi;

and John Folk-Williams at SciFi Mind ventured back in time to examine the thoughts of one Philip K. Dick on what SF is.


You lot have been busy and I love it! OK, onward to the Read Along round-up! Here’s what we’ve got so far:

Week 1: The Book Forager | Book Nook Reviews | Lisa’s Books, Gems and Tarot | There’s Always Room For One More | Dear Geek Place

Week 2: The Book Forager | Book Nook Reviews | Lisa’s Books, Gems and Tarot | There’s Always Room For One More | Dear Geek Place

And that’s it from me! If there’s something I’ve missed, drop a comment below with a link (gentle reminder once again to our space crew, don’t forget to add your links to the master schedule!). I’m off on my own next adventure (sleep, I’m going to sleep), so I’ll see you next time!


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