Further near-future science thriller from Schroeder, featuring the return of Gennady.
A fascinating exploration of where current fascination with online RPG, avatars, MMORPG, cosplay, and augmented reality could lead
As the story comes to a conclusion and the pieces drop into place, the science thriller becomes more SF, and delivers a rewarding read.
Richard A. Lovett. The Sands of Titan. A well trodden trope (can tropes be trodden?)
Courtesy of a plane journey, and a lengthy delay on a train, initially caused by
Shane Tourtellote. Trial by Fire. A third in a series in which criminals can have
Karl Schroeder. Queen of Candesce. Pt I of IV. First part of a serialisation. Amy
The content pretty much left me unmoved.
mobipocket version reviewed Karl Schroeder. Sun of Suns, Part III. Third installment of a novel
PDF version reviewed. Karl Schroeder. Sun of Suns, Part II. Second part of a novel
eBookman version reviewed Karl Schroeder. Sun of Suns, Part I. First part of a novel
Stories by : Alastair Reynolds, Aliette de Bodard, Charles Coleman Finlay, Daryl Gregory, Dominic Green, Elizabeth Bear, Garth Nix, Geoff Ryman, Gord Sellar, Greg Egan, Gwyneth Jones, Hannu Rajaniemi, Ian McDonald, James Alan Garner, James. L. Cambias, Jay Lake, Karl Schroeder, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Mary Robinette Kowal, Mary Rosenblum, Maureen F. McHugh, Michael Swanwick, Nancy Kress, Paolo Bacigalupi, Paul McAuley, Robert Reed, Stephen Baxter, Ted Kosmatka
As with #1, another handsome collection of short SF from some of the biggest names in SF. Praise especially for making room for the lengthy Rosenbaum/Doctorow story.