Book Review: Sleeping Giants

Sleeping Giants by Sylvain Neuvel 🌺🌺🌺/5 A little girl falls into a hole and onto a giant hand. She's drawn by the mystery of the hand, and 17 years later is the leader of a research team dedicated to compiling pieces of a giant alien robot/construct/thing/weapon. Can her team make it work? Do they even … Continue reading Book Review: Sleeping Giants

Book Review: Network Effect

Network Effect by Martha Wells 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 The plot, basically: MURDERBOT AND ART TEAM UP TOGETHER BUT NOT REALLY BECAUSE ART IS AN ASSHOLE AND IT'S AMAZINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG The plot, slightly more professionally: Murderbot is sorta kinda figuring it out. It's now a contractor with Dr. Mensah's team, but during a routine(ish) expedition where it foiled an attempted … Continue reading Book Review: Network Effect

Book Review: World Departed

World Departed by Sarah Lyons Fleming 🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺/5 Trigger Warning: graphic death, drug abuse The night before her twentieth anniversary, Rose Winters catches her husband using. Again. It's the last straw, but she's got a party to plan, kids to feed and now...a zombie apocalypse happening right at her doorstep. And a missing husband. Rose has … Continue reading Book Review: World Departed

Book Review: Goldilocks

Goldilocks by Laura Lam 🌺🌺🌺.5/5 Women had been ushered out of the workplace, so subtly that few noticed until it was too late. In the near future, climate change has wrecked such havoc on Earth that humanity will probably cease to exist within the next thirty years. But there is potential salvation—in a goldilocks planet … Continue reading Book Review: Goldilocks

Book Review: The Interdependency Trilogy

This week seems to be a week filled of empire (wait until Friday), where the books I read and loved in March get highlighted at the end of April. I am so behind with my reviews it isn't even funny, but I'm giving myself space to breathe and create without censure or reproach. I purchased … Continue reading Book Review: The Interdependency Trilogy

Book Review: Docile

Docile by KM Szpara 🌺🌺🌺.5/5 In the future, the majority of the population is so riddled in debt that they must sell themselves into indentured servitude for a term to work off their debt with years of service. The people who buy the debt? Trillionaires. Elisa's family is three million in debt—several lifetime's accumulations that … Continue reading Book Review: Docile