White devils by paul mcauley Review and Opinion

2015/05/11

White Devils
Paul McAuley
Pocket paperback £6.99

review by Barry Forshaw

As becomes more apparent daily, this is a dangerous world. But what is it that will finally ring the knell for us all? Once it might have been rat-borne plagues, but we've learned to be wary of many more things: sexually transmitted diseases, sneezes from the Far East, salmon

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What we believe but cannot prove Review and Opinion

2015/05/10

What We Believe But Cannot Prove:
Today's Leading Thinkers On Science In The Age Of Certainty
editor: John Brockman
Pocket paperback £7.99

review by Alasdair Stuart

The result of a thought experiment, this book collects the answers each Edge member gave to editor Brockman's titular question. Edge, a group of thinkers encompassing scientific and

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Weirdmonger by df lewis Review and Opinion

2015/05/09

Weirdmonger
D.F. Lewis
Prime paperback $19.95

review by Gary Couzens

Screenwriter and director Paul Schrader tells a story of the time when made a promo video for Bob Dylan. Schrader spoke to Dylan about their different writing approaches. Schrader was a linear thinker, he said (his thought processes went 1, 2, 3, 4, a, b, c, d) while Dylan's mind

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Wheel of the infinite by martha wells Review and Opinion

2015/05/06

Wheel Of The Infinite
Martha Wells
EOS / HarperCollins paperback $6.99

review by Amy Harlib

Martha Wells is that rarity, amidst the glut of endlessly repetitive fantasy series and recycled clichés - she is a writer whose every book features refreshingly different settings, characters, and ideas, etc. In her fourth novel of fantastic fiction, preceding

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Wind in the stone by andre norton Review and Opinion

2015/05/03

Wind In The Stone
Andre Norton
Eos / HarperCollins paperback $6.50

review by Amy Harlib

The grand dame of fantastic fiction, prolific for over 60 years, losing none of her 'chops' right up until her just recent, much-lamented passing, produced not long ago, another excellent fantasy novel I particularly liked - an imaginative variation on one of her

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Witch of ravensworth Review and Opinion

2015/05/02

The Witch Of Ravensworth
George Brewer
Valancourt paperback $14.95

review by Mario Guslandi

If you're a fan of Gothic fiction you probably have a bit of a problem. You read and loved The Castle Of Otranto, The Monk, The Italian, The Mysteries Of Udolpho, Frankenstein

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Who needs cleopatra? Review and Opinion

2015/05/01

Who Needs Cleopatra?
Steve Redwood
Reverb paperback £7.99

review by David Hebblethwaite

In the not-too-distant future, the inventor of time travel (known only as 'N') is visited by three beautiful, but dangerous-looking, women from the Time Police. They claim to be historians, wishing to record for posterity the story of N's journeys through time with

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Wraeththu Review and Opinion

2015/04/29

Wraeththu: The Picture Book
Marja Kettner and Zuaberfeder Verlag
Braunschweig / Zauberfeder Verlag softcover �19.90 / $32

review by Amy Harlib

When British speculative fiction writer Storm Constantines Wraeththu trilogy was published in the late 1980s and early 1990s - The Enchantments Of Flesh and Spirit, The Bewitchments Of Love

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Year's best fantasy and horror 18 Review and Opinion

2015/04/27

The Year's Best Fantasy And Horror 18th Annual Collection
editors: Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link, and Gavin J Grant
St Martin's Griffin paperback $19.95

review by Mario Guslandi

Here it comes the 18th annual anthology by Datlow and friends, collecting what is supposedly the best horror and fantasy fiction appeared in 2004. As usual, it is a hefty volume

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Zencore edited by d.f.lewis Review and Opinion

2015/04/26

Zencore!: Scriptus Innominatus
editor: D.F. Lewis
Meganthus paperback £8

review by Mario Guslandi

Zencore! is nothing but the latest instalment in the Nemonymous magazine anthology series, created, edited and published by D.F. Lewis, the basic idea of which is to present the reader

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