Category Archives: Science-Fiction

POEM: The Monument

On this star’s third planet, we chanced on a stone structure submerged half in sand. A monument to the ascendant species, now dead ten million sunsets since. A center of erudition or refreshment, perhaps, built by the planet’s primates. We … Continue reading

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DISAPPOINTING SANDFORD

Despite the glowing reviews by Stephen King, Lee Child, and Jeffery Deaver, I was disappointed with Saturn Run, a joint venture novel between John Sandford and Ctein. The novel uses extrapolation of current scientific knowledge or strongly expected breakthroughs in … Continue reading

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