Entertaining take on (ahem) relationships between humans and aliens, through the bond between a human and a female of the aquatic Carviv race, which have arrived on Earth.
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Cornell bodaciously envisages a world in which almost anything is possible, and indeed the impossible does happen, with a cast of memorably strange characters and an epic DOOM! to withstand.
Further adventures in the ‘One of Our Bastards Is Missing’ storyline, with multi-dimensional gravitic testicular torture thrown in.
Tags: Alastair Reynolds, Brenda Cooper, Brian Stableford, Bruce Sterling, Charles Oberndorf, Chris Roberson, Eric James Stone, Gene Wolfe, Genevieve Valentine, Geoff Ryman, Gwyneth Jones, Ian Creasey, Marissa K. Lingen, Mary Robinette Kowal, Michael Cassutt, Nancy Kress, Paul Cornell, Peter M. Ball, Peter Watts, Robert Charles Wilson, Sarah L. Edwards, Stephen Baxter, Vandana Singh, Yoon Ha Lee0
As ever, a strong collection of stories, albeit fairly ‘safe’ in terms of a relatively narrow range of sources.
Tags: Alex Jeffers, Alice Sola Kim, Ann Leckie, Beth Bernobich, Charlie Anders, Christopher Golden, Daryl Gregory, Delia Sherman, Elizabeth Bear, Erik Admundsen, Eugene Mirabelli, Garth Nix, Holly Phillips, Ian McDonald, James Alan Gardner, James Maxey, James. L. Cambias, Jay Lake, Jeff VanderMeer, Jeffrey Ford, Karen Heuler, Kij Johnson, Liz Williams, Margo Lanagan, Mary Robinette Kowel, Meghan McCarron, Naomi Novik, Paul Cornell, Peter S. Beagle, Peter Watts, Richard Bowes, Rivka Galchen, Sarah Monette, Ted Kosmatka, Will McIntosh2
A late arrival on my doorstep, and it’s taken much longer to finish the review than I had hoped. Note to self : faster dude, faster!
Tags: Adam Roberts, Alastair Reynolds, Daniel Abraham, Ian Whates, Jack Skillingstead, Jennifer Pelland, John Meaney, Ken MacLeod, Paul Cornell, Scott Edelman, Stephen Baxter, Tim Akers, Warren Hammond0
The third in the Solaris series hits the street just as the word on those streets is that the imprint has been put up for sale by Games Workshop, who want to concentrate on their core wargaming business. I was somewhat disappointed in the second in the series after the solid start of the sequence. […]
Tags: Benjamin Rosenbaum, Chris Nakashima-Brown, Cory Doctorow, Cyto Couture, Ian McDonald, Jack McDevitt, Jack Skillingstead, Jeff Carlson, Karl Schroeder, Kay Kenyon, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Mike Resnick, Nancy Kress, Paolo Bacigalupi, Pat Cadigan, Paul Cornell, Paul McAuley, Tobias S. Buckell0
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.