Somnium by Johannes Kepler

Somnium by Johannes Kepler is considered the first Science Fiction ever written. Kepler wrote this book in 1608 in Latin and it was published in 1634 posthumously. I found an English translation for this book and after having it on my TBR for years together, I finally read it. If you are not sure who... Continue Reading →

Top 10 Books Read in 2020

I hardly blogged this year and did not take part in any reading events or commented on blogs of fellow bloggers. This year has been tough and since I wasn't in a good mood, I ended up DNFing more books this year than I ever did in my life. But still there were some good... Continue Reading →

First Attempt At Spine Poetry

Here is my first attempt at some spine poetry. One with only science fiction books - The Quantum Thief Stranger in a Strange Land Vicious Unlocked The Anubis Gates Mix of SFF and one mystery novel - The Dragonriders of Pern Feeling Very Strange In the Woods Contact The Goblin Emperor The Once and Future... Continue Reading →

SciFiMonth 2019 TBR

Scifi month is back and I am participating this year as well. You can sign up if you are interested in reading and discussing science fiction with fellow fans here. I had kept aside some books on my TBR so that I could read them in November. This time I planned my TBR well in... Continue Reading →

Erased: Manga series Review

After binge-reading Deathnote, I was on the lookout for some series which was equally dark and suspenseful. I tried several manga series but didn't feel like continuing any of those. I visited Kinokuniya bookstore and asked the staff to recommend me some series which was like Deathnote and they recommended Erased to me. They were... Continue Reading →

The Dark Forest – Book Review

I just finished reading The Dark Forest which is a sequel to The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu today. This series has been translated from Chinese and The Three-Body Problem won Hugo award. The Three-Body Problem: I did like The Three-Body Problem but for the most part, I found it little boring. The novel starts... Continue Reading →

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