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Twenty Trillion Leagues Under the Sea by Adam Roberts

Mostly brilliant…

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It’s June 1958, and French experimental submarine the Plongeur has taken off on her maiden voyage to test her new nuclear engines and her ability to dive to depths never before reached. 714 more words

Book Review

Reprint: The Brick Moon

This review of The Brick Moon by Edward Everett Hale and a companion piece, Another Brick in the Moon by Adam Roberts was first published in Vector 277, Autumn 2014. 974 more words

Sideways in Time Schedule

Announcing the Sideways in Time Schedule!

Click on the panel links below to access abstracts for the panels.

And just a reminder that registration is still open… 674 more words


TBR Thursday 51...

Episode 51

Well, I think the only answer might be to come up with a new system of counting, ‘cos yet again the TBR has reached a new height this week – 142!! 849 more words

Book Review

February Recap

February 2015: I quit. Then I didn’t.

Tl;dr: I overreacted to the feeling that blogging was (is?) an obligation, and, more generally, “information overload.” It turns out my blogsbuddies have experienced similar feelings and have devised a variety of coping mechanisms. 667 more words

Book Reviews

James Blish: A feminist gets angry

I finished reading James Blish’s really excellent space opera novel Earthman, Come Home (1955) in a towering anachronistic feminist rage. The novel is exciting, expertly-paced and has rightly been acclaimed as one of the truly innovative masterworks of science fiction. 681 more words