Ann Leckie


Review: Ann Leckie’s Provenance is a Masterclass of a Space Opera

Provenance is Ann Leckie’s latest book, continuing within the world of Ancillary Justice. Set outside the Radchi Empire, it follows Ingray as she tries to find herself and her value within her world, among cutthroat aristocrats, planetary politics — places where she feels desperate and terribly outmatched. Its themes include family — particularly those containing […]

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Ancillary Justice Review: A Thought-Provoking And Layered Sci-Fi Novel

[rwp-review-recap id=”0″] Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie is part of the Imperial Radch Trilogy, and won the 2014 Hugo, Arthur C. Clarke and Nebula awards. It is 393 pages and takes a little over six hours to read. While some of the concepts in it may be confusing at first, the parts of the story are […]

Ann Leckie’s Ancillary Justice Wins Clarke Award

By Alasdair Stuart Ann Leckie’s debut novel, Ancillary Justice, continues to sweep the board this awards season. The story of a female soldier, and former starship AI, on a mission of vengeance it’s a sweeping, ambitious, immensely fun novel that has already won the The Kitschies Golden Tentacle prize for best first novel, the British […]

28th Clarke Award For Science Fiction Shortlist Announced

By Alasdair Stuart The Clarke Awards began back in 1987, formed with a grant from the late Sir Arthur C. Clarke. They were, and are still, intended to honor the best science fiction novel first published in the UK during the previous year. Their winners list is a Must Read of Modern SF, and they’re […]