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On reading: The Boy on the Bridge by M R Carey

Title: The Boy on the Bridge

Author: M R Carey

From the back: Once upon a time, in a land blighted by terror, there was a very clever boy. 319 more words


Stuart Aken on Blood Red Dust and the double-edged sword of superlative science fiction

The world’s full of easy reads, with a multitude added to the ranks each day. Stuart Aken refuses to be part of that army of writers. 1,883 more words


Short Stories Challenge 2017 - The Heart Goes Last (Positron, Episode Four) by Margaret Atwood (stand-alone)

What’s it all about?:

The internationally bestselling diva of dystopias is back with a new installment of Positron, her darkly comic Byliner Serial about life in a Big Brother America of the near future. 808 more words

Book Reviews

Body Parts by Jessica Kapp

Disclaimer: I received a reviewers copy of Body Parts from the publisher, Diversion Books, via NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.

Sixteen year old Tabitha has been raised at the elite foster centre off the California coast for as long as she can remember. 848 more words


[Free eBook] Storm by Stephen Bowkett [Young Adult Sci-Fantasy Adventure]

Storm by Welsh author Stephen Bowkett is the 2nd novel in his The Wintering trilogy of YA science fiction, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Endeavour Press’ Venture imprint. 305 more words

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New 4 Star Review for Stone Wall

“With Stone Wall, Dominic Stabile has created another fine pulpy cyberpunk romp through a dystopian future, filled with memorable action scenes and some solid characters. It’s what I like to call popcorn fiction. 353 more words

The Thousandth Floor - Katharine McGee

This is the first in a series. The book is set in New York in 2118. Not sure what has happened to the world but the main characters all live in a tower block that is, you’ve guessed it, 1000 floors high! 571 more words