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Book Review: Wulf

I found the novel Wulf when I was searching for western science fiction novels to read. For reasons I will soon reveal, I’ve been interested in exploring the quite under-served genre. After choosing Wulf to be my first western sci-fi, my first impression of the book was uncertainty. I really didn’t know what to think…

Book Review: Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep

While it may be breaking a cardinal rule of reviewing books—because it’s been years since I’ve read this book, I have a very good reason for reviewing it. I also don’t plan on reviewing too many classics on this blog. However, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep (DADOES) by Philip K. Dick has some very…

Book Review: For Steam and Country

My experience with the new steampunk fantasy For Steam and Country, began when the author Jon Del Arroz approached the Uprising Review about promoting his new book release. I was excited to further one of our primary goals at UR of helping out our fellow upcoming writers and loved the idea of being the first…