Books

Book Review: Biotech and Parenting in “Borne”

After reading Jeff VanderMeer's strange science fiction novel Annihilation, I decided to jump into another of his strange sci-fi books: Borne. I listened to the audiobook, narrated by Bahni Turpin, which helped me finish it quickly as I was able to put my commute to good use. It's definitely longer than Annihilation, and in many ways the world-building… Continue reading Book Review: Biotech and Parenting in “Borne”

Books, Movies

The Strange World of “Annihilation”: Comparing the Book and Movie

Last week I whizzed through reading James VanderMeer's sci-fi novel Annihilation, in preparation for its film adaptation by Alex Garland. I finished the book on Friday -- it was only a six-hour audiobook, although it's part of a longer series -- and I saw the movie over the weekend. And it was weird, in a good… Continue reading The Strange World of “Annihilation”: Comparing the Book and Movie

Books

My Current Sci-Fi Reading

After spending a couple of months obsessively listening to audiobooks of Nora Roberts' future mystery romance series In Death, I decided to switch it up with a couple of other science fiction picks. Here's what I've been "reading" lately. =) A Closed and Common Orbit After reading Becky Chambers' debut novel The Long Way to a Small,… Continue reading My Current Sci-Fi Reading