Category Archives: Book reviews

David Brinn, The practice effect and the progress

In a world when the entropy works differently, David Brinn gave me the chance to get a personal key to read one of his less known novels. Continue reading

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Sci-fi and the misconception of hostile machines

Sci-fi thought us that machines are hostiles, but is not always like that. It depends on how you program them. In case of an AI, they need to learn. Continue reading

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Ray Bradbury, butterfly effect and the sound of thunder

Ray Bradbury, chaos theory and the butterfly effect are all together in this amazing short story. Continue reading

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The martian – A proper sci-fi opera

The martian from Andy Weir is one of the most astonishing sci-fi operas of this decade, is a proper hard science fiction book. Is a must for genre lovers. Continue reading

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The penguin lessons – The story of a friendship

Tom Michell and Juan Salvador met on a beach and now they are in a friendship that will complete both of them. A heart melter book. Continue reading

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