Mars Xi evaded capture by the military research team who shaped her, and honed her psychic abilities into near god-like powers. But can she rescue her friend from a max security military prison before he loses his mind and his identity?
I’ve been on an unplanned blogging hiatus over the past month. I was travelling in Australia and found myself with less time to blog than I expected. It was an epic trip (expect a post and photos in due course) – but now it’s time to regroup, consider 2019 and decide what I want to do with it here at There’s Always Room For One More…
I’ve been travelling for most of December, which put a dent in my reading and has resulted in a semi-hiatus as I’ve been short on both quiet minutes and wifi! Expect to be regaled with stories of my adventures in a week or two when I get round to writing them up; in the meantime, a quick recap of my December reads.
It’s my absolute pleasure to hand over today to fellow blogger and SF reviewer Andrea Johnson – aka the Little Red Reviewer. Andrea has been a prolific blogger since 2010, reviewing on her own blog as well as founding the annual Vintage SciFi Not-A-Challenge and contributing to Apex Magazine. She’s here to talk about her latest exciting project…
Signal boost for a read-along close to my heart! My regular partners in crime Lisa of Dear Geek Space and Jorie of Jorie Loves a Story are continuing their guided read of the Wayfarer books! Not read A Closed and Common Orbit yet? Have read it, but would love to chat through it (or reread it; you know you want to)? They’ve got you… Read at your own pace from Christmas, weekly discussions start mid-January.
Gird your feelings. Grab a tissue. It’s time to confront (some of) the deepest wounds of our protagonists’ hearts and start wrapping up our loose ends.
I told myself I wasn’t going to set any challenges for 2019 beyond a reading goal and my […]
After a slaughter at a remote research institute, Tensor Chuwan Sariman is assigned to find out what really happened. But her investigation is stymied at every turn – by the Tensorate itself. What were they really studying? What do the authorities have to hide?
The Hill perches above the raging River. Riversiders scurry for top-floor shelter. At the Ambassador’s Residence, Rafe appeals to Reza to help him shelter the needy at the Academy. And in the Middle City, Kaab takes advantage of the chaos to go hunting…
Top Ten Tuesday is was created by The Broke and the Bookish, and is now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. It’s all about books, lists and sharing the love we have of both with our bookish friends. This week is open season, so I’ve picked a topic I missed out on a while back: my favourite hidden gems.