It’s finally happened – I have actually reviewed a full length Alastair Reynolds novel. Why has it taken me this long, seeing as my Twitter profile has gradually (over the last year or so) morphed into an Alastair Reynolds fan account? Simply put, it’s because everything else I’ve read (that wasn’t a novella) has been… Read More Book Review: House of Suns, by Alastair Reynolds
When I first heard about this week’s book, I knew I had to read it. Up for review this week is a title that’s not just a debut for its author, Kylie Whitehead, but the first book from a shiny new imprint, New Ruins (a collaboration between Dead Ink and Influx Press). It’s Absorbed, a… Read More Book Review: Absorbed, by Kylie Whitehead
I’ve got something rather interesting to review this week, as Arthur C. Clarke Award winner Adrian Tchaikovsky has written a Black Library novel. How does Day of Ascension compare to their usual output? Read on to find out!
For my review this week, I’m discussing Stillicide by Cynan Jones, which explores a future which might not be as far off as we like to think. This review probably took me longer to write than the book did to read. And no, that’s not because I write really slowly, there was just a lot… Read More Book Review: Stillicide, by Cynan Jones