Sailing to the Stars – record of a spaceborn few (Becky Chambers)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I absolutely fell in love with this author's first and second novels.  This is the third book in the Wayfarers series.  It actually can be read as a stand-alone, though I still recommend readin' them in order. What I find fascinating about this series is how each book feels so different … Continue reading Sailing to the Stars – record of a spaceborn few (Becky Chambers)

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Sailing to the Stars – a closed and common orbit (Becky Chambers)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I absolutely fell in love with this author's novel the long way to a small, angry planet.  In fact, readin' me review after all this time made me heart happy as I recaptured the feel of how great that book truly was.  While this book is the second book in the … Continue reading Sailing to the Stars – a closed and common orbit (Becky Chambers)

Sailing to the Stars – the lady astronaut from mars (Mary Robinette Kowal)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I had read the book ghost talkers by this author last year and loved it.  I was checkin' other works of hers from the library when I saw this title.  Lady astronaut . . . sign me up.  I clicked it immediately and began reading only to be startled when it … Continue reading Sailing to the Stars – the lady astronaut from mars (Mary Robinette Kowal)

Sailing to the Stars – from ice to ashes (Rhett C. Bruno)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I discovered this novel when the author asked me if I was interested in readin' this one in exchange for me honest musings.  The premise sounded fascinating and so I said yes.  Those of me crew that have been reading me log these last several days have seen that I had … Continue reading Sailing to the Stars – from ice to ashes (Rhett C. Bruno)

Sailing to the Stars – star’s end (Cassandra Rose Clarke)

Ahoy there me mateys!  I have previously enjoyed this author's writing (it involved pirates!  Arrr!) so when I saw she had a sci-fi novel out, I snagged it.  Unfortunately while I still love her writing style and ideas, the novel was not a complete success. I went into the story mostly blind.  All I knew … Continue reading Sailing to the Stars – star’s end (Cassandra Rose Clarke)

Sailing to the Stars – the player of games (Iain M. Banks)

Ahoy there mateys!  Several years ago, I was lamenting that there were no standalones that were somehow intertwined in one universe or world.  Me brain is usually a sieve and lots of time in-between books in trilogies and such means that I lose details and sometimes have to start the series over.  I wanted the … Continue reading Sailing to the Stars – the player of games (Iain M. Banks)