A ‘fast paced adventure’ of the kind that Purdom often produces that don’t really do it for me. But if you are wanting to read more about Harold the Human, here’s your chance…
A technology enables individual to see with clarity an event that will happen to them in the future.
A technology that allows instant transportation, enables a young woman to run away – far, far away – and for whole communities to leave Earth behind.
A chilling mystery has to be solved, as a number of scientist succumb to a strange death that it outside the boundaries of what should be possible.
I’ve a soft spot for anything to do with the Berlin Wall, as it brings back very fond memories of watching the wall come down whilst in a maternity hospital room with my wife, with son #1 on the way, and thinking to ourselves that what with the Cold War clearly coming to an end, [...]
On an out of the way planet, a young man earns his keep by providing guided tours of the forest where, as a young boy, he was rescued by the titular Julian, when lost in the forest.
Bunker looks at the future gap between the haves and the have-nots in the future – no easy answers, just questions.
Some creaky dialog and info-dumping, in a story that doesn’t convince.
Wowza – a double issue that’s an issue and a half – enough excellent SF to keep everyone happy.
Classy, classy, classy psychological SF set in the deep dark of space, exploring the deep dark spaces of the mind.