Review – The Illustrated Man, Ray Bradbury ★★★★★

I will never get tired of reading these stories. It feels like I read Bradbury's science fiction in sepia tone and each story is accompanied by a wave of nostalgia. Some are hopeful and simply short, elegant and beautiful, but others have the ability to set you on edge and make you ask real questions … Continue reading Review – The Illustrated Man, Ray Bradbury ★★★★★

Shorts Weather #3: Bonehunters & The Dead Past

So this edition of Shorts Weather features two more stories. The first, Bonehunters by Harry Turtledove is from the most recent edition of Analog which I was ecstatic to find on the shelves of a local newsagents. The second, is from The Collected Stories of Isaac Asimov, Volume One and is titled, The Dead Past. Bonehunters: This was … Continue reading Shorts Weather #3: Bonehunters & The Dead Past

Shorts Weather #2: The Birthday Girl, Haruki Murakami

For this edition, there will be only one. One story that is, there are no Highlander references here. Fortunately, it was a good one to talk about. Published only recently as part of a series of small format short pieces of fiction, this book was so easy to pick up (and for a reasonable price) and impossible … Continue reading Shorts Weather #2: The Birthday Girl, Haruki Murakami

Shorts Weather #1: Tick Tock & 26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss

For me, this past week has been hectic. I thought that with exams all over and done with, I'd have nothing but time on my hands. I was expecting to have powered through two or three books by now but alas that has not been the case. Recently I've been having such a good time … Continue reading Shorts Weather #1: Tick Tock & 26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss