I found a really nice free audio book series this week. The Golden Age of the Solar Clipper is really caprivating, I am listening to book three already.
Posts that might be interesting:
- First Contact in Stargate Universe Impress
- The Gates Open June 20 This Summer on ABC (New Pics) – First promo pictures
- His Master’s Voice By Hannu Rajaniemi on Escape Pod 227 a Review
- Fringe is Back Better than Ever
Books reviewed this week:
- The Trade of Queens by Charles Stross (Merchant Princes 6)
- Gardens of the Sun by Paul McAuley (The Quiet War 2) review onTemple Library Reviews Tuesday April 6.
- The Myriad by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 1)
- Wolf Star by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 2)
- Quarter Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 1)
- Coyote Destiny by Allen Steele (Coyote Chronicles 2)
- Dust by Elizabeth Bear (Jacob’s Ladder 1) read last week
- Chill by Elizabeth Bear (Jacob’s Ladder 2) read last week
- Shadow of the Scorpion by Neal Asher (an agent Cormac novel) read last week
- Gridlinked by Neal Asher (Agent Cormac 1) read last week
- The Line of the Polity by Neal Asher (Agent Cormac 2)
- Brass Man by Neal Asher (Agent Cormac 3)
- Half Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 2)
- Full Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 3)
- Double Share by Nathan Lowell (Golden Age of the Solar Clipper 4)
I am thinking about making a Neal Asher week, I will try to finish his books this week.
- Necropath by Eric Brown (Bengali Station 1)
- Strength and Honor by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 3)
- The Sagittarius Command by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 4)
I usually update the TV Pilot Roundup every day and make a post of it if it’s news worthy.
There will be micro recaps from David Weber’s upcoming books A Mighty Fortress and Mission of Honor on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I try to keep them spoiler free. A Mighty Fortress is soon to be published so there is only a few days left on it.
And a review of Caprica’s spring finale (it will be back September 17) is still around the corner, I just have to watch it first. I know thats what I said last week too. But I will do it this week.
Don’t forget Walker of Worlds Sci-Fi Appreciation Month during April.