Plans for the Week

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:

Books reviewed this week:

Upcoming Reviews:

  • 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.

Arrived books (bought by myself):

  1. Necropath by Eric Brown (Bengali Station 1)
  2. Strength and Honor by R. M. Meluch (Tour of the Merrimack 3)
  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.

I will try to finish a new posts for Trends in Current Science Fiction this week. Last post was about Reality TV.

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.