The main story centres around a planetary crime boss and her hired mercenaries, but really it’s about undercutting a bad corporation and helping an indigenous race on the planet escape possible destruction and/or exploitation.
Jillian is a young girl who has anxiety. She’s trying to keep it all together for a take your kid to work day, because her parents have the coolest job: they go to other planets to collect resources
This story centres around Vân (a scholar and teacher) and Sunless Woods, who is a mind ship and a scholar as well. Or so they both seem to be at the beginning, but then their real identities emerge through the story, as they both try to unravel a mystery.
This was a kickstartered anthology (which I contributed to), which takes the speculative tropes of a man rescuing a woman (and them falling for each other), but in this case they are both women.
The story centres around Amelia, who had to give up on her dreams and university to care for her sick mother. But through it all, she keeps dreaming of going to Mars.
was once again amazed at the sheer scope and audacity of this novel (and I suppose the series in general). It was just amazing how many different and interesting concepts together have been woven together in one series.
The book’s plot is roughly that Harrow, the now Lyctor, has problems. For one, she seems to exist in a parallel reality where Gideon was not her cavalier.
The story centres on Lila Mae Watson, the first black, female elevator inspector in ‘the city’. She’s also an Intuitionist inspector, someone who intuits whether an elevators is working. But the last elevators she inspects suddenly has a catastrophic incident and she’s cut up in more than one intrigue.
I just don’t know what to say. I mean how many times have I gushed about Murderbot? A lot. And you know what, I’m going to gush again.
Broadly, it’s about some space salvagers where something goes wrong, and then hijinks ensue. But mostly it’s about feelings. ENDLESS PAGES OF FEELINGS.