Books To Binge: Revenant Gun by Yoon Ha Lee

There is just something so awesome about space opera, and about trilogies and about the intricate worldbuilding they inherently contain that pushes my buttons. It might well be the Balkans in me, viewing worlds built from words falling apart and feeling them being stitched back again. Or maybe I just really like books I can […]

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Movie Mania: Alien – 4K

I was two and a half when Alien came out. I have no idea when and if it came to Yugoslav cinemas. Even in the 80s I would have been too young to be taken to the cinema to see it, not that there were any ratings in Yugoslavia that would have prevented it, officially. […]

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Books To Binge: Xuya Universe by Aliette de Bodard

            A Universe of Twists and Beauty.             Everybody knows what a good space opera needs: at least one galaxy-spanning empire, space stations, fast ships, political shenanigans, and wars. And Aliette de Bodard’s Xuya universe provides all that – but, with a twist.             Now, things with a twist often depend on that twist alone, […]

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Books To Binge: Rebels In The Sand by Alwyn Hamilton

I confess: I only read this because Alwyn Hamilton was a Guest of Honour at SFeraKon. I have not read the Hunger Games nor Divergent either. I worked at a Croatian publishing house when The Maze Runner was all the craze and I did read that. Did not love it. I don’t know. All of […]

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Books to Binge: All Aliens Like Burgers by Ruth Wheeler

I always feel weird at Croatian conventions, which tend to nurture an intimate and immediate atmosphere, if I have read nothing written by the literary Guest of Honour. It used to be so much easier, though, to binge read an author a decade ago than today. To get around that within my quite insane schedule, […]

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