Tag Archives: The Martian
The three-body problem a Chinese sci-fi masterpiece
The three-body problem is a Chinese sci-fi masterpiece that I suggest everybody who loves the genre to read, have a different point of view on many things. Continue reading
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How Coronavirus will change our lives.
The coronavirus can be scared, but we have to use it as a tool to improve ourselves and change how we see things. Together we can. Continue reading
Posted in Covid 19 Tagged Andy Weir, Coronavirus, Dan Brown, Inferno, Literature, MCU, Outbreak, Sci-fi, Science fiction, The Martian Leave a comment
The subtle difference between sci-fi and space operas
Sometimes is easy to set a genre for an opera. But is not so simple in reality. Sci-fi is a tricky genre to analyze and set. 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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Are books and blogs so different?
Books and blogs can serve the same purpose. Well. Indeed they actually do it. because deeply they are the same thing, just using a different mean. Continue reading
Posted in Blogging, Mots & Concepts Tagged Andy Weir, Blogging, Blogs, Books, Different, Ideas, The Martian, Writing 4 Comments