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It's time for "Best of 2015" lists!
This has been a really great year for science fiction, fantasy and horror books, taking us to fabulous worlds and opening our minds to new ideas and brilliant new characters. Here’s our list of the most amazing books we read this year.
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You’ve admired Dave Seeley’s art in the past, whether you realize it or not. He’s done cover art for so many space opera and military science fiction books, his gorgeous style is synonymous with cool action. And now there’s a whole book of his thrilling artworks.
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The pilot episode for The Expanse is now streamable!
In the future, where the Asteroid Belt has been colonized, the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of a young heiress sets off a series of events that will change humanity.
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Thinking of you in Klendathu!
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“I grew up in an environment that seemed utterly normal at the time and that in retrospect was almost unbelievably weird…
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"Astrogation, plot a course on your Microsoft Surface Pro 6™!"
These visionary stories explore prediction science, quantum computing, real-time translation, machine learning, and much more.
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Just when I think I've caught up with all of the great science fiction of 2015, I gave Liu Cixin's Three Body Problem a read and it blew me away!
Liu Cixin’s new book explores politics and strategy at the end of the world.
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A year in which Kim Stanley Robinson took us beyond the stars in Aurora and David Mitchell embraced his inner geek in Slade House
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"There is no Planet B... Earth is our only home." As a science fiction fan and firm believer in the progressive nature of civilization, the idea that we'll never successfully colonize space is a tough pill to swallow. Leave it to Kim Stanley Robinson to make me appreciate the argument though.
As noted in Cory's review, Kim Stanley Robinson's Aurora makes an undeniable case for ecological stewardship through a rigorous, gripping technological speculation about climate science, biology, s...
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The moment when you discover what Starship Troopers is really about is one of the great eureka moments in the life of any young movie dork. I’ve got vivid memories of staggering out of a suburban multiplex in 1997 and sputtering, “What the fuck was that?” To my teenage self, it was basically Saved by the Bell plus giant alien bugs cutting people in half. And since I liked the spectacle of giant-monster-related carnage, I wasn’t even mad. I was ju...
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The acclaimed author of "Cloud Atlas" talks about his new horror-inspired "Slade House," which began on Twitter
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Now that I've seen the Martian, I can move on to another obsession: Bring on The Expanse!
SyFy gave the crowd at NYCC a sneak peak of The Expanse, hosting a showing of the pilot episode, plus a panel featuring executive producers Mark Fergus and Hawk Ostby, and stars Thomas Jane, Steven…
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Between my wife and I, we've bought three cars from Lake Region over the past five years. They've all been Subarus, which is their specialty. They always have a good range of options for all budgets. The best part is once you have a great Subaru, there's no better place to bring it for service and repairs. These folks are experts and have been very fair and personable in all of our dealings. I highly recommend them!
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It's Chipotle. It's delicious. Loud, hip music. Stainless surfaces in an unfinished-looking space. Burritos. -2 stars for perpetuating fears about GMO. Maybe if they removed their arbitrary, anti-science rules about their ingredients, they wouldn't have a bunch of poisoned college kids on their hands...
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Three Portland Ramada was great on Christmas Day. They provided great service even on the holiday. The pool was very fun and they had two hot tubs!
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The Gardens Aglow light display is super cool! Great for all ages and so beautiful! It's a whole other world compared to the also beautiful summertime/daytime experience.
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Friendly staff, but they seem to be stuck in a perpetual renovation. The pool is small and the floor was slippery, but it was nice to be able to swim in a Maine January.
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There's a decent amount of stuff to do for the price, but a lot of the arcade games are old and busted. The Jungle Jim area is pretty cool. My 2 year old was not quite old enough to enjoy most of the things, but he loved the slide.
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This is one of my favorite parks in Maine and one of the best places to camp. It has a beautiful lake for swimming and the park offers very reasonable equipment rentals for kayaks, canoes, paddle boats and paddle boards. They have great activities for kids at the ranger station (which is really more like a museum), as well as a "Coffee with the Rangers" event on the weekends which is fun for the whole family. The camp sites are all very well maintained and there are great trails and bathrooms.
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