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Book Review: Cold Welcome by Elizabeth Moon

Testament, to any author, is their ability to dip in and out of genres. Most tend to dwell where comfortable, or regrettably where their publisher tells them. Some do break that mould and with great success. Ian M Banks is... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: The Difference Engine by William Gibson & Bruce Sterling

When characters jump off a page it excites us out of those early to bed reading ritual, finding ourselves glancing at a clock face that reads 1:30 am. They get condensed into proton particles, zapped directly into our minds, producing... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Moby Dick by Herman Melville

Many say they've defeated the overly detailed and praised American novel, Moby Dick, but in truth, hardly any finish it. It's not a massive novel, around 469 pages, a good reader can finish it in a few weeks. Yet, the... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Tourist by Robert Dickinson

One of the many reasons why Doctor Who is the longest-running television series' in the history of television, is simply down to the genre of science fiction. The show verges on the brink of a steampunk edge as you're whisked... Continue Reading →

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Book Review: Insurgence by Ken Macleod

A trait of the late Iain M. Banks that had many readers gravitate toward his work was the balance of elements in a Sci-Fi novel. Many of the genres novelists fail when they allow the intelligence of the world they've... Continue Reading →

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