Extremophile is the second in the series called The Unwinding by Juliana Rew. The first one I read, Unwinding is subtitled Gin’s story. I didn’t realise it was a series at the time. A couple of months ago I discovered
I’ve been reviewing the Cassa series as I read it, which was out of order! In the correct order, it’s CassaDawn, (prequel short story recently released), CassaStar (#1), Cassa Fire, CassaStorm, CassaDark. So, having gone 1, 4, 2, 3, prequel,
The Galaxy, And the Ground Within is the fourth (and final) book in Becky Chambers’ Wayfarers series. You can read my reviews of the others here: Long Way to a Small Angry Planet, A Closed and Common Orbit, and Record
The Long Way Home was the Goodreads Space Opera Group’s Book of the Month for August. I haven’t read many of the Group’s choices; they’d mentioned it before, so it was already on my list. That made it suitable for
Revelation Space was the December book of the month for the Space Opera Group on Goodreads. Yes, I’m a bit late reading it, due to my library not stocking it, even thought they had the second in the series in.
Dining out with the Gas Giants is the third in a wonderful series by Clare O’Beara. I started with the second, loved it, and added the first one last year. I don’t think there’s any problem with that approach. The
Forged in Blood is the finale of the Emperor’s Edge series featuring Amaranthe and her gang of outlaws who are fighting to free the Emperor from the people who would overthrow him. The assassin Sicarius is one of the gang,
Zanzibar’s Rings is the working title of the third book in the Viridian System series. It seems a bit daft, really, since I haven’t republished The Perihelix yet, which I withdrew after it got reviews which showed it really needed