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Book Review: A Shadow All of Light

So, in reading Fred Chappell’s A Shadow All of Light, I have to say I was struck by the near-constant beautiful turns of phrase and descriptions within the book. 558 more words


A Quick Short Review Round-up

Here’s a quick look a what I’ve been talking about over at Castalia House.  If you haven’t read these, check them out.  Or better yet, find these stories and read them yourself if you can! 87 more words


Initial Thoughts on the Gray Prince

Last month I had a brief exchange with Alex over at Cirsova about Jack Vance. It’s a name I’d heard before, but he resides in one of the nooks and crannies of SFF that I haven’t yet explored. 276 more words


Review: The Complete Lyonesse, by Jack Vance

The Lyonesse trilogy shares a commonality with The Lord of the Rings in that it forms one novel which is commonly divided into three to its detriment. 763 more words


It seems to limit you; when you’re working in an office, you’re a creature in a small cell under somebody’s supervision and surveillance. – Jack Vance http://ift.tt/219Tc1b

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Short Reviews - The Overworld, by Jack Vance

The Overworld by Jack Vance first appeared in the December 1965 issue of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.

Real Short Reviews will return at Castalia House next week with George A. 118 more words