Bug sex, aliens, and pickles.
File Under: Science Fiction[ Bloom of God | Patton you on the back | Eels Aplenty | Some Aliens Just Suck ] Being a science fiction fan, the landscape of books out there could look fairly similar and synopsis oftentimes doesn’t do the book justice. The books that really shine are the ones that manipulate […]
Join FanFiAddict’s Adrian M. Gibson and author Chris Panatier for a chat about his new novel Stringers, his first novel The Phlebotomist, the biology of blood, string theory and quantum entanglement, research wormholes, humor and effective uses of footnotes in fiction, bug sex, art, tattoos, metal bands and much more.
Thanks to Angry Robot for having me on the Online Tour for Christ Panatier’s Stringers. Below, you will find a Guest Post written by Chris on Inanimate Characters, why they can pull at our heartstrings just as much as any living person, but also how they can be employed to create story texture, perspective changes, […]
Oh man, was this a breath of fresh air! The Phlebotomist started out as what I felt was a well-written but largely generic dystopian corporate thriller. However, at around ten chapters/80 pages in, there was a twist so well executed and unexpected that it changed the course of the entire book. I don’t want to give anything away, so I will be as vague as possible with my review.