Ahoy there me mateys! It's Sci-Fi Month!! After rereading the Imperial Radch trilogy, I thought I would take some time to read the two short stories set in the world. Click the titles to read the stories for free. I do not however recommend that these stories by yer introduction to the world (personal opinion. others … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – night’s slow poison & she commands and i obey (Ann Leckie) – Short Stories – It’s Sci-Fi Month!
Ahoy there me mateys! This was me first foray into John Marrs writing and I had a very good time. I wanted to read this as soon as I read the blurb. The premise of the book is that there be a DNA test ye can take to find yer "One" i.e. the perfect genetic … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the one (John Marrs) – It’s Sci-Fi Month!
Ahoy there me mateys! This be the sixteenth book in me Ports for Plunder - 19 Books in 2019 list. I found this book in the 2016 treasure haul from Maine and then never read it. That's why it made this year's 19 in 2019 list. And in a weird coincidence, it happens to be … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the sparrow (Mary Doria Russell) – a 19 in 2019 book for Sci-Fi Month!
Ahoy there me mateys! This be the fifteenth book in me Ports for Plunder - 19 Books in 2019 list. I wanted to read this book because it was said to be a dystopian sci-fi set in British Columbia. In the story, Elka finds out her adopted father is a serial killer with the law … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the wolf road (Beth Lewis) – a 19 in 2019 book!
Ahoy there me mateys! With a title like that, ye know I had to check it out. This book stretched believability a whole bunch but I didn't care because the story was so darn fun. A wonderful popcorn book with a heart. This book be 447 pages and flew by! The story follows Teagan Frost … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the girl who could move sh*t with her mind (Jackson Ford)
Ahoy there me mateys! I didn't know that this was the first book in a series but y'all I be so glad cause dang this was fun. The book follows Fergus Ferguson who is sent to repossess a sentient AI ship from Arum Gilger the man who stole it. Gilger lives in a backwaters colony … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – finder (Suzanne Palmer)
Ahoy there me mateys! This was Seth Fried's debut novel and I picked it up because it deals with an AI and a mission in the greatest city in the United States. This book was worth reading for the relationship between the protagonist, Henry Thompson, and the AI named OWEN. I absolutely loved crazy OWEN … Continue reading The Captain’s Log – the municipalists (Seth Fried)