By Megan AM A Field Guide to Reality — Joanna Kavenna (Riverrun) My final shortlistee is another popular novel among the...
After an intensive period of reading, aided by discussion from Anglia Ruskin students in the MA Publishing and MA...
By Nick Hubble The Gradual — Christopher Priest (Gollancz) Just over a third of the way through Christopher Priest’s The Gradual,...
By Vajra Chandrasekera The Arrival of Missives — Aliya Whiteley (Unsung Stories) Time travel TV shows can be broadly divided into...
By Victoria Hoyle The Underground Railroad — Colson Whitehead (Fleet) All historical fiction is alternate historical fiction, to a greater or...
By Nick Hubble Fair Rebel — Steph Swainston (Gollancz) Before I get on with the review – feel free to skip...
By Jonathan McCalmont The Underground Railroad — Colson Whitehead (Fleet) The Underground Railroad is about as significant a novel as American...
By Nina Allan Infinite Ground — Martin MacInnes (Atlantic Books) This is a difficult, intractable, Gordian knot of a novel, the...
By Megan AM Central Station — Lavie Tidhar (PS Publishing) As one of the more popular Clarke-eligible novels among the shadow...
By Vajra Chandrasekera Empire V — Victor Pelevin (Gollancz) Empire V is about vampires, which is probably guaranteed to turn away...
Archive for April, 2017
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