Twenty Trillion Leagues Under the Sea by Adam Roberts

Adam Roberts' Twenty Trillion Leagues Under the Sea is, as the title suggests, homage to the world and imagination of Jules Verne. I have a particular fondness for the original Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. I've probably read it seven or eight times, to say nothing of the movie. Therefore, I was both intrigued... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Yellow Blue Tibia by Adam Roberts

Yellow Blue Tibia stretches from 1946 to the Chernobyl disaster. The novel follows Konstantin Andreiovich Skvorecky, a Soviet science fiction writer, who along with several other writers was tasked by Stalin to create a believable story about an alien invasion that could be used as an external threat to bind the USSR together, after the... Continue Reading →

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