TRANSMETROPOLITAN Vol.1 – 5 stars Fu*k Society! Cyber punk dirty future world has come to life by Warren Ellis and Darick Roberson just to bear a Son of a Dogfu**er Gonjo Journalist like Spider Jerusalem! I don’t hate you or him, I hate you all – a moto that rings through time and space. A… Read More Spider was hating society before it was cool
Who Goes There? (The Thing) – 3.5 stars Remember that weird bloody gory sci-fi movie that we all have watched once? Yes ‘The Thing’! Curt Russell using firebreather allover! Who Goes There is the book based on which The Thing was made. An alien dead-body is found by some research works of a station at Antarctica. But… Read More Do you remember that thing?
The Collected Stories of Philip K. Dick, Volume 2: Second Variety 4 stars Recently I came up on a fact that many of renowned and beloved movies are actually based on stories/novels by the same person named Philip K Dick. So after visiting some thrift stores I got this wonderful 2nd Vol of Mr Dick’s… Read More The Best Variety
Red Rising – 3 stars An alien society on Mars ruled by the color of people. High society, slaves, total power-pollution. And there is our hero who has finally had it with it and leading a revolution secretly. So, what just happened here? This book is supposed to be a new age prodigy of young… Read More BO’RED’OM Rising!
The Martian – 3.5 stars While leaving the planet on an emergency, Mark Watney is accidentally left on the surface of Mars by his crew of Ares and he is assumed to be dead. With no way of contacting anyone and with limited supply of food and shelter, he has to survive. “Intelligence is based on… Read More Robinson Crusoe on Mars
The Cause – 4 stars In a near distant future, America along with the whole world is at the edge of financial and economic disaster. The rich has got rich while the poor has got poorer. With NSA watching over all, the government has made individual freedom an enemy to be chocked ruthlessly. In a black-ops… Read More Human behaviour is history’s broken record
Spiral – 4 stars When respected and beloved Nobel laureate Liam Connor is found dead and his death is declared as suicide, search of a virus hidden since World War II is ignited. Soon Liam’s collaborator Jake, Liam’s granddaughter Maggie, and Maggie’s nine-year-old son Dylan find themselves in a conspiracy of bio-warfare spread over the… Read More He still has it