Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Book Review: Neom by Lavie Tidhar

Set in the world of Lavie Tidhar’s Central Station novel, Neom shares the same rich and varied history, multiple cultures, traditions and strange exotic secrets. It also emulates the measured and mesmeric quality of prose that first captures readers with the original Central Station stories that appeared in Interzone magazine.

Read the rest of my review at SF Crowsnest.

Monday, November 07, 2022

Righteous Hungarian Indignation

 The Hungarian translation of my story The Righteous Indignation of the Naked Mole Rat is out in issue #392 of Galaktika magazine. 

This is my ninth story in this magazine, and the fifth language for this story.

Sunday, November 06, 2022

Book Review: Redspace Rising by Brian Trent

Redspace Rising is Brian Trent’s action-packed SF thriller brought to us by relative newcomers Flame Tree Press. I was surprised to discover on opening the cover, that this book is the second in the Ten Thousand Thunders series, following on from Brian Trent’s previous novel Ten Thousand Thunders.

Read the rest of my review at SF Crowsnest.

Review #320.

Saturday, November 05, 2022

Book Review: The Extractionist by Kimberley Unger

Eliza McKay is an extractionist, someone who specialises in extracting personas from virtual reality and reuniting them with their bodies. Equipped with augmentations that allow her to work in virtual reality and write code intuitively, she would be in high demand if it weren’t for a problem in the past that put her the government’s blacklist.

Read the rest of my review in issue #5 of ParSec magazine.