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The Exploding Spaceship reviews An Accident of Stars, Blood of the Earth, and Spiderlight

Review of An Accident of Stars: Book 1 of the Manifold Worlds by Foz Meadows (Angry Robot, August 2, 2016) So an Australian teenage girl who feels like no adults care about her problems gets anti-bullying advice from a woman … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews City of Wolves by Willow Palecek and Sparrow Falling by Gaie Sebold

Review of City of Wolves by Willow Palecek (Tor.com, July 26, 2016) Alexander Drake is an investigator for hire in a dark city called Lupenwald, which has a Victorian technology level and resembles England in some ways. It has commoners … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Nightshades by Melissa F. Olson

Review of Nightshades by Melissa F. Olson (Tor.com, July 19, 2016) So … what if humans were sharing the planet with vampires and those creatures kept their presence a secret until now? How would the FBI deal with the situation … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Time Siege by Wesley Chu and The Ghoul King by Guy Haley

Review of Time Siege by Wesley Chu (Angry Robot, July 12, 2016) When we last left James Griffin-Mars, he had rescued his sister Sasha and made it back to the Elfreth and his friend Elise. Now he has to find … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews The Dragon Hammer by Tony Daniel and The Conclave of Shadows by Alyc Helms

Review of The Dragon Hammer: Wulf’s Saga 1 by Tony Daniel (Baen, July 5, 2016) Tony Daniel writes YA alternate history in which the Vikings and Spaniards colonized America instead of the English. The story is set in the Shenandoah … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Steeplejack, Return of Souls, Spells of Blood and Kin, and Pride’s Spell

Review of Steeplejack by A.J. Hartley (Tor Teen, June 14, 2016) Steeplejack is set in the ethnically diverse industrial capital of a land resembling Victorian South Africa. The viewpoint character is Anglet Sutonga, a young woman who repairs steeples. The … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Spear of Light, Infomocracy, and Like a Boss

Review of Spear of Light by Brenda Cooper (Pyr, June 7, 2016) We return to the adventures of Nona and Charlie on the planet Lym after the treaty with the Next has at least temporarily put a war with them … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Runtime by S.B. Divya

Review of Runtime by S.B. Divya Marmeg is a bouncer at a club and wants more than anything to race and place in the Minerva Sierra Challenge. The prize from placing would allow her to pay college tuition and buy … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews A Whisper of Southern Lights by Tim Lebbon

Review of A Whisper of Southern Lights: The Assassin Series Book 2 by Tim Lebbon This volume revisits Gabriel’s fight against Temple the demon which we saw in a previous novella (Pieces of Hate). Now time has passed so the two … Continue reading

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The Exploding Spaceship Reviews Their Favorite Anthologies and Short Story Collections from 2015

Review of Accessing the Future: A Disability-Themed Anthology of Speculative Fiction edited by Kathryn Allan and Djibril al-Ayad (Futurefire.net, 2015) This anthology alternates between short fiction pieces and illustrations. The black and white illustrations all fit with the theme of … Continue reading

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