Duncan has had a series of well-wrought stories in F&SF of late, and this is no exception.
An interesting setting, part feudal-fantasy, part SF.
Remote countryside horror – there’s a small doorway at the back of a cave, and, as you might expect, nothing good is going to come of looking behind the door.
Something for everyone … pervs included. Duncan, Reaves and Bowes my favourites, giving the first half of the chunky, value for money, volume more grist to my reviewing mill.
A beautifully told story of a young girl living in remote, bucolic splendour, who finally gets a glimpse of the larger world out there.
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction finishes 2009 with an issue of their now standard bi-monthly size, but dated for a single month to enable a clean start in 2010 with a Jan/Feb issue. Alex Irvine. Dragon’s Teeth. Irvine’s ‘Wizard Six’ in F&SF June 2007 was a strong and dark fantasy story. In a… Continue reading The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, December 2009