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Paul Di Filippo. A Princess of the Linear Jungle. (PS Publishing 2010)

Paul Di Filippo. A Princess of the Linear Jungle. (PS Publishing 2010)

Two years since it was published, but, by diggedy, worth the wait ...
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Alastair Reynolds. The Six Directions of Space. Subterranean Press, 2008.

Alastair Reynolds. The Six Directions of Space. Subterranean Press, 2008.

There's a lot to like in the 83 pages, which will satify my Reynolds habit for some time, without having ...
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James Patrick Kelly. Burn. Tachyon Publications, 2005.

James Patrick Kelly. Burn. Tachyon Publications, 2005.

It is a properly multi-dimensional story, and it may be this complexity that is unsettling as it is not that ...
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Ken Macleod. The Highway Men. (Sandstone Vista, March 2006.)

Ken Macleod. The Highway Men. (Sandstone Vista, March 2006.)

This is a cracking little book which will hopefully act as an introduction to SF to some readers who would ...
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Alastair Reynolds. Understanding Time and Space. Birmingham Science Fiction Group, 2005.

Alastair Reynolds. Understanding Time and Space. Birmingham Science Fiction Group, 2005.

Well worth the read, and with a novella in the recent Science Fiction Book Club, Dozois edited 'One Million AD', ...
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