Ty Frank and the [slightly more reclusive] Daniel Abraham, writing as James SA Corey, seem to have built a media empire out of intelligent space opera.
Mary Shelley, mother of Frankenstein’s monster, wrote another book – a post apocalyptic number. This is unbelievably epic. And there’s Flatland, a fascinating satire of society from the 1800’s.
Thoughts on Liu Cixin’s Three Body Problem, a Chinese sci-fi novel structured around a mathematical problem that’s (still) considered unsolvable.
I finally got around to watching Stanley Kubrick’s most controversial movie. It’s aged incredibly well.
Simple story? Maybe. But in terms of science and design, Passengers really does have something worth noting.