Battlestar Suberbia -Chris McCrudden

I'm in two minds about this book. In a way it was very entertaining, with interesting characters, a story well developed with plenty of action, mysteries and revelations. The author has worked a lot to imagine the background, which comes with many details, quite funny, for a very coherent whole - but, alas, not a …

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The Moons of Barsk – Lawrence M. Schoen

(I thank Netgalley and Macmillan-Tor/Forge for sending me the ARC in exchange for my honest review) I read, two years ago, "Barsk, the elephant graveyard" and it was an incredible read. The kind of read I, even after having read thousands of books as I've had, will never forget. I'm getting more and more touchy …

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Dans la toile du temps – Adrian Tchaikovsky

Ce petit pavé de SF est traduit chez nous aux Éditions Denoël, collection Lunes d'encre, sous le titre inspiré "La toile du temps". C'est une SF ambitieuse et passionnante, que j'ai trouvée très agréable et facile à lire, malgré sa longueur et son alternance de poids de vue à chaque chapitre. C'est un récit lent, …

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The mortician’s daughter – C.C. Hunter

I really appreciated this book that I nearly read straight through. The main theme was quite interesting and delicately used, as were parent-teenager relations. Riley's home's atmosphere is oppressive despite the love her and father share, thecp reader is easily immerged in the story. The narration is simple and efficient (just a little too stereotypical …

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