translated by Daniel Huddleston Haikasoru March 20, 2018 304 pages grab a copy I’ve seen this book described as bio-horror and New Weird and post-apocalyptic horror…and it is all of these things and more. This is one of those books that, while not exactly long (just over 300 pages), takes an oddly long time to
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translated by Daniel Huddleston Haikasoru November 15, 2016 273 pages grab a copy In this third installment of his Legend of the Galactic Heroes series, Tanaka delivers the space battles, political maneuvering, and philosophical musings on war and power that we’ve come to expect. And yet, Endurance, like the volumes before it, is both a
translated by Daniel Huddleston Haikasoru July 19, 2016 288 pages It had been a while since I’d read the first novel of the Legend of the Galactic Heroes series, but thanks to Tanaka’s no-frills, warp-speed style and Huddleston’s smooth translation, I had no trouble jumping right back in. And like Volume 1, Volume 2:
So many great sf novels and stories in translation were published in 2016, involving zombies, cyborg turtles, hostile aliens, and much more. But what if you’re really into stories about serious intergalactic travel? Here, I put together a list for you. Some of these stories happen to include space travel, while others revolve around it.
Legend of the Galactic Heroes: 30 Years Ahead of Its Time By Charles Tan While Western Science Fiction and Fantasy is currently experiencing mainstream appeal thanks to successful novel-to-TV adaptations like Game of Thrones, The Expanse, and The Magicians, the Japanese media industry has this formula pegged down as far back as the 1980s. Media