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Redshirts

Mark reviews John Scalzi's latest, with a distinctly Star Trek theme.

Redshirts

John Scalzi tackles power of The Narrative in his latest novel.

Fuzzy Nation

How does Scalzi's first contact SF reboot work? Well, extremely well.

METAtropolis

Rob walked the futuristic mega-cities in the stories presented by Jay Lake, Tobias Buckell, Elizabeth Bear, John Scalzi, and Karl Schroeder.

Zoe's Tale

John Scalzi returns to his popular and acclaimed Old Man's War universe with a different look. Is it worth the trip? Rob checks in with his thoughts.

The Last Colony

John Scalzi has already won a Campbell award, now he finishes off the story of John Perry, which began in Old Man's War. Rob gives his last word on Scalzi's last word on Perry.

The Android's Dream

John Scalzi's third novel with Tor is a bit of a departure from his previous two. How does it measure against those two Military SF novels? Rob's review should give some insight.

The Ghost Brigades

John Scalzi follows up his Hugo nominated Old Man's War with tale of war, identity and mystery in the same milieu. Rob serves up his thoughts in his official SFFWorld review.

 

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