Lee, Sharon and Miller, Stephen: Ghost Ship (2011)

Ghost Ship is a fun space opera adventure that gives its reader plenty of action that just happens to be placed in a science fiction environment. Sharon Lee and Steve Miller are good at this sort of world building. They have actually been quite good at portraying the Liaden Universe in the few novels I have read. … Continue reading Lee, Sharon and Miller, Stephen: Ghost Ship (2011)

Lee, Sharon and Miller, Steve: Dragon Ship (2012)

Sharon Lee and Steve Miller continue their Liaden Universe saga in the form of Dragon Ship. Dragon Ship continues the story of the Korval Clan’s newest member, Theo Waitley, who we met in Ghost Ship. Understandably, Theo is still wary about joining with the vessel, Bechimo. Being the first human for centuries who will go through the experience, she … Continue reading Lee, Sharon and Miller, Steve: Dragon Ship (2012)

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Pratchett, Terry: Industrial Revolution/Ankh-Morpork series

MOVING PICTURES (1990) While the earliest technological items we’ve seen on the Discworld were the iconograph, Moving Pictures takes the technology a step further and uses an imp- and salamander movie camera and projector. However, certain problems occur as a result of the experimentation with new technology, as always happens when people play around with new … Continue reading Pratchett, Terry: Industrial Revolution/Ankh-Morpork series