When I was a student and shortly after finishing my studies – so around 2005 and 2008 I would say – I read Isaac Asimov’s Foundation cycle and really had appreciated.
The seven books, while written in various decades, constitute a Must-Read for scifi enthusiasts. Asimov is well known for another cycle of books, The Robots. So, to determine if this series is as good as the other one, I started reading it. View full article »
Hi there ! Yes, this blog has been sleeping for the past six months. But lucky you, I have written a few posts since, I just didn’t publish them before as I thought they needed some more writing.
This time was lacking as I was handling more pressing matters. Given I have a long weekend to fill up, I have decided to dedicate a few hours to publish these posts, written between May and October.
You will find below the articles I have written since May, with publication date around my writing of the draft. Enjoy and have fun
Sorry for the title that doesn’t make sense, I was thinking about three, thrillers, and then I was thinking about Micheal Jackson’s great song, Thriller. Anyway, this fall I read three thrillers, with varying results.
If I really enjoyed and would recommend PD James’ Devices and Desires, I won’t necessary say so about James Patterson’s Along came a spider or Sue Grafton’s A for Alibi. Let’s quickly review the three of them. View full article »
The first Bioshock has been one of my favorite First Person Shooter of all time as it had a fantastic atmosphere, great character design, beautiful music and so on.
So naturally I had bought the second opus as soon as it was available at a decent price on Steam. It was reported to be a bit less as good as the original opus but decent enough to be enjoyed. View full article »
For the past month I have been reading a great sci fi trilogy, called The Expanse. Made up of Leviathan wakes, Caliban’s War and Abaddon’s Gate and spanning over 1,800 pages I have to say this is my favorite in a long time.
The author is James S.A. Corey, the pen name for a collaboration between Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. View full article »