Review: The Relentless Moon, by Mary Robinette Kowal

The Relentless Moon By Mary Robinette Kowal, Tor Books, July 2020 To start, I’m the biggest Mary Robinette Kowal fan. The Lady Astronaut series is arguably my favorite series since I started this review blog, and The Relentless Moon continues its brilliance in every way. With Dr. Elma York long gone on the mission to Mars, we … Continue reading Review: The Relentless Moon, by Mary Robinette Kowal

‘The Last Astronaut’ Review: Where Hard Science, Horror, & Aliens Meet

The Last Astronaut is a rollercoaster of emotions, flying through excitement, wonder, and sheer terror with the turn of a page. This is first contact fiction as it should be, filled with the doubts of mankind who thought we knew everything, only to discover we’re as insignificant as a spec of dust. By mixing the … Continue reading ‘The Last Astronaut’ Review: Where Hard Science, Horror, & Aliens Meet

‘When Home, No Need to Cry’ Short Review

When Home, No Need to Cry shows the aftermath of years spent in space amidst the unfiltered radiation. We see an astronaut who is dying slowly from cancer, desperate to return to the only place that feels like home. She struggles to find meaning on Earth, bitter at what her job has cost her, but … Continue reading ‘When Home, No Need to Cry’ Short Review

‘Space 2.0’ Review: An All-Inclusive Guide to Space Travel

Space 2.0 is an all-encompassing look at mankind’s race to space. The writing is accessible and includes everything you could want to know about rockets, space travel, and our future amidst the stars. It feels like a well-done textbook, accented with illustrations, historical photography, and artist renderings of imaginative futures. The book covers a broad … Continue reading ‘Space 2.0’ Review: An All-Inclusive Guide to Space Travel

‘No Way’ Review: Terror Continues for the King of Mars

No Way returns us to Mars, following Frank in the aftermath of the thrilling and terrifying novel, One Way. The astronauts are on their way and Frank is alone, trying not to go crazy, trying to keep his daily life going. At the helm is the evil XO corporation, goading him into going along with … Continue reading ‘No Way’ Review: Terror Continues for the King of Mars