The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August | Review

The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North As Harry dies, he is reborn as himself, in the exact same place, time, and circumstances, as if he’d never lived before. Except he remembers everything. This book explores time, life, science, memory, and humanity. How do you spend your life if it’s your only … Continue reading The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August | Review

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The Martian | Review

The Martian by Andy Weir Mark Watney’s crew escaped, but he didn’t. Now he’s the only person on all of Mars. No radio contact. No one knows he’s alive. Only he can save himself. The Martian is a rollercoaster ride of a science fiction novel, and the word “science” is heavily emphasized. The only way … Continue reading The Martian | Review

InterWorld | Review

InterWorld by Neil Gaiman and Michael Reaves InterWorld is basically a story about a boy named Joey who can Walk between different dimensions, and the InBetween which connects them all. There are Magic-based worlds and Science-based worlds, two opposing groups trying to control them all, and an army of Joeys from all the different worlds … Continue reading InterWorld | Review