The summer season produced a handful of excellent, award worthy stories.
Finishing up my 2017 reading with a lot of challenging sci-fi and one hell of a crazy fairy tale!
...of my discontent
A short, epic faerie tale about life getting in the way of your best laid plans.
"There are nods in every direction for sci-fi lovers to enjoy – from Clarke to Haldeman to Poul Anderson and on through more recent authors like Neal Stephenson. But Noumenon is no mere pastiche..."
Not-so-killer robots and cross-gender body swaps make up this spring's must reads!
This month: a smart fungus epidemic sweeps the land - Dust is all around us - crows remember everything - girls just wanna be pirates - a far-future Arthurian hero tries to light a Spark
Caine’s Mutiny (Caine Riordan Book 4), by Charles E. Gannon 6.7 (out of 10) New York 2140, by Kim Stanley Robinson 8.2 The Stone Sky, by N.K. Jemisin 9.0 Autonomous, by Annalee Newitz 8.5 Caine’s Mutiny, the fourth book in Gannon’s Caine Riordan series, shares a lot of the strengths and flaws of the previous … Continue reading Capsule Reviews – November 2017
The Very Best Novellas And Then There Were (N-one), by Sarah Pinsker; Uncanny Magazine, Issue 15 (Mar/Apr 2017) At a trans-dimensional conference of Sarah Pinskers, insurance investigator Sarah Pinsker must find out who was responsible for the murder of DJ Sarah Pinsker as an Agatha Christie style-storm confines all the Sarah Pinskers to an island … Continue reading The Best Short SFF: Winter 2017