Tag Archives: Published Work – Reviews

Hard to Be A (Fictional) God

After a long absence, I’ve made a return to reviewing for Strange Horizons with my latest piece, a discussion of City of Blades, the second book in what has become Robert Jackson Bennett’s The Divine Cities trilogy. Longtime readers of … Continue reading

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2016: Look Back and Recoil

Well, it’s happened again: twelve months have gone by, and we’re staring a new year in the face once more. Not many people will be lining up to remember 2016 as a banner year, myself included, and yet I don’t … Continue reading

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A Quick Breath of Air

Hey there everyone, just wanted to mention that my review of Tony Ballantyne’s Dream Paris went up Strange Horizons earlier today. Suffice to say, everything I have to say about it I say in the review. Don’t worry; I’m hoping … Continue reading

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“I can’t think, I can’t speak, my speed is still increasing.”

Well, another review of mine has gone up on Strange Horizons, this time for Sean Wallace’s 2015 anthology The Mammoth Book of Dieselpunk. I confess I had a personal motive for reviewing this book. Way back in the wild and … Continue reading

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“There is no right and wrong; only good and bad.”

Well, it looks like the thing I was planning for December is not going to be happening, because I decided to drop one of the books I was planning on talking about after getting two chapters in. I may have … Continue reading

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“In his house at Los Alamos red Oppenheimer waits dreaming.”

Well, I’ve had a bit of a viewer spike over the past few days. Allow me to offer a belated hello to everyone from Ferretbrain who wandered over here. I’d also like to greet everyone who took a look at … Continue reading

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