Monthly Archives: September 2017

Justice by Michael Sandel

Justice: What’s the Right Thing to Do? by Michael J. Sandel Book Review

Justice is a look at major political philosophies from the greats, written by an American political philosopher and government professor at Harvard. He explains the views of Aristotle, Kant and Rawls in relation to issues dealt with in America today such as abortion, inequality, restitution, and affirmative action. Naturally, he injects his own philosophies and…

Ancillary Sword Book Review

Ancillary Sword by Ann Leckie Book Review

Ancillary Sword is the second book in the Imperial Radch series, an intergalactic saga featuring an imperialist, AI-controlled empire and a genderless society by way of words. The human and ancillary citizens aren’t biologically genderless, but do not use male identifiers. Everyone is “she”, “her”, “sister”, and “mother” as customary in the controlling Radch empire….

Cherry Pickers and Liquid Gambit Book Review

Cherry Pickers & Liquid Gambit by Bonnie Milani Book Review

Bonnie Milani is one of my favorite indie authors. She is the author of Home World, a science fiction novel that absolutely blew me away and solidified Milani as one of my favorite authors to watch. Cherry Pickers & Liquid Gambit are two short stories, one rising from the species who inhabited the universe in…

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