Artemis by Andy Weir | 5 Reasons why I disliked Jazz Bashara

Andy Weir’s «The Martian» was a real boom, especially after the movie starring Matt Damon. I admit that I only learned about the book after hearing so much hype around the movie. The novel was astounding! Emotional, yet incredibly witty. Mark Watney was a delight of a character to follow. Science, jokes, life threatening crises – it had everything!

It was very difficult to not compare «Artemis» to «The Martian», and I must say that this new book was not as good as the previous one. Still very entertaining and full of science, but something was missing. Continue reading “Artemis by Andy Weir | 5 Reasons why I disliked Jazz Bashara”

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Siberia 56 by Christophe Bec, Alexis Sentenac | An injection of Sci-fi with beautiful illustrations

This was my first ever graphic book from Netgalley. Thank you for the free ARC! Although, a note to my future self: “Do not download graphic books on Kindle, even when it is an available format!” It was definitely a struggle to read. Continue reading “Siberia 56 by Christophe Bec, Alexis Sentenac | An injection of Sci-fi with beautiful illustrations”