Ken MacLeod's The Night Sessions is a futuristic noir tale that doesn't do a good job of connecting the dots.
Mark Alpert's Extinction about a post-Singularity computer able to assimilate human beings suffers from too many gimmicks and clumsy exposition.
The novel World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War by Max Brooks puts too much focus on the military and on too many characters to be a page-turner.
It's a sad truth that television doesn't last. Whether it's seven seasons of your favorite Star Trek or a single season of Firefly, all shows…
Old Man's War by John Scalzi My rating: 4 of 5 stars I'd never read anything by John Scalzi, who comes highly recommended, so I…
Gods of Justice, an anthology of superhero short stories, features ten tales by authors such as Dayton Ward, most of which are quite good.
Paul Chadwick's Concrete is a superpowered human who isn't a superhero in this graphic novel collecting the first issues of the 1980s comic book.
NPR releases their list of the top 100 fantasy and science fiction novels, serving as my guide to acquaint myself with the classics.