Taut hi-tech espionage drama – think The Matrix and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy mashed up together.
A disturbing, near-future story, starting with tousled-haired Mayor of London opening the new London airport….
A complex, psychological take on a future conflict.
Nice to have a story form Bacigalupi – oh for the days when stories from him were much more common occurrences.
Plague has devastated their world, and two sisters are barricaded at home, their only contact with the outside world being letters and food parcels from the masked postman, and conversations through the high garden fence with their next door neighbours.
Another excellent anthology, full of top quality SFF…
A story in which neither the protagonists nor the reader knows the whys and wherefores of what is happening.
A well-handled story set in the quiet green countryside of middle England, where there is history and legend. And not all of it has been consigned to history…
A cautionary, near-future tale from Wolven, set in an interconnected world, with an Internet of Things, and with personalisation embedded throughout,
Corey opens the fourth volume in the ‘Infinity’ anthology series with a thoughtful look at one of the central conceits of the collection theme – how will change in the near future impact the very essence of humanity.