Tripp’s Top-Ten Science Fiction Worlds

Science fiction, it is a genre highlighted by futuristic tech, strange new customs, and fiction grounded just so in real science that it seems plausible. All of these items draw us in to the wonderful worlds of science fiction, however, the worlds themselves seemingly have the strongest gravity of all. The reality created in a... Continue Reading →

Review – Oryx and Crake – Margaret Attwood

Oryx and Crake is the first novel of Margaret Atwood’s ‘MaddAddam’ trilogy, the second and third novels being The Year of the Flood (2009) and MaddAddam (2013).  was first published by McClelland and Stewart in 2003 and was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize for Fiction that same year, and for the 2004 Orange Prize for Fiction. We journey through Attwood’s dystopian future landscape... Continue Reading →

Review – Seeds – Chris Mandeville

Chris Mandeville’s post-apocalyptic novel, Seeds, is one of the best stories to read. It has everything a post-apocalyptic story should have. There is the story about how the world fell apart, what it left behind in its wake, and how different areas of people reacted after almost fifty years of having to survive within their... Continue Reading →

6 More Sci-Fi Picks from Inkitt

Following on from our previous post on the hidden gems of Inkitt we are delighted to present another collection of six novels. These novels have already been gathering some traction with the audience over at Inkitt why not take a look at them yourself? Have you already read any of these? As always, we love to... Continue Reading →

10 New Sci-Fi eBooks Available for Free!

For those of you that haven't yet heard of them, I'd like to introduce Inkitt. I'll let Alex from Inkitt introduce the concept: Inkitt's mission is to help rising talent get discovered: as readers read novels on the Inkitt website (or their iOS app), the Inkitt algorithm analyzes reading behavior to predict future bestsellers. If... Continue Reading →

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