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Hello, I'm kebabslob. A leftist who likes to read! I mostly like sci-fi or something that makes me think. I also have been reading books about my sexuality, as I have found myself to be a "demisexual".

Some of my recent favorites have been: "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", "The Cybernetic Tea Cafe", some of those old R.A. Salvatore books about Drizzt, another book I really liked that was about a magicians apprentice where he meets a woman when he's at a young age, then gets trained to be a mage, and travels to a different world, and becomes cool there and meets his wife and then grows up n stuff and then comes back to the other world and meets that older love interest and its like "eh"... But I can't remember that book's name sadly!


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Stanisław Lem: Solaris (Paperback, 2016, Faber & Faber) 4 stars

When Kris Kelvin arrives at the planet Solaris to study the ocean that covers its …

Classic Sci-Fi Doomer Book

5 stars

I'm not sure if I'd have enjoyed the book as much if I wasn't a doomer that likes science. Its really good though, its a bit abstract in its ideas, which allows for me the reader to project myself more onto the book and enjoy what its saying while sort of holding a mirror to my own thinking.

reviewed Way station by Clifford D. Simak (Collier nucleus fantasy & science fiction)

Clifford D. Simak: Way station (1993, Collier Books, Maxwell Macmillan Canada, Maxwell Macmillan International) 4 stars

Way Station is a 1963 science fiction novel by American writer Clifford D. Simak, originally …

Great read for some retro sci-fi

4 stars

The book was nice and atmospheric, with a timelessness that is inherent in stories of other worldly activity. But to be honest, the ending felt kind of flat. Wished for a more doomer ending or a more emotional ending than I got