My first Star Trek book review for B42. Enjoy!
Straight from SciFi Wire to your brain.
Some of the nominees seem a little old to be up for the 2002 awards, but who knows what the criteria is. I feel bad that I haven’t read any of the works listed. I feel even worse that I don’t know the difference between a “novella” and a “novellette.”
Here is the latest of the published books in the series. The next one won’t be out until April of 2003.
I’ve finished book two of George R. R. Martin’s enchanting Song of Ice and Fire series.
At least I got some reading done on vacation :)
The results of the Hugo awards are in, and can be found in this Cinescape article. How did you favourites fair?
In the first textbook review by request of a reader, I’ve got Relativity: The Special and the General Theory by Albert Einstein. Is the original text still worth your time? Read on to find out, or post a comment to speak your piece about this or any other text on the subject.
As a warm-up for the second season of Smallville (which starts on September 17,) why not read about the first novel based on the series? Slush Factory has the goods here. The same column has words with Paul Dini, too.
Here’s the first Bureau 42 textbook review, and it’s about a textbook covering introductory particle physics. If you want to see more textbook reviews on more subjects, let us know in the comments below. Between the three of us, we’ve probably got a lot of subjects covered.
So far, the books I’ve taken the time to review have
been good enough to recommend to others. That’s
about to change.