March 28, 2017March 28, 2017
By Paul Kincaid Occupy Me — Tricia Sullivan (Gollancz) Uncertainty is underrated as a state of consciousness. I don’t think my...
March 27, 2017March 27, 2017
By Nick Hubble The Power — Naomi Alderman (Penguin Viking) In a recent article for the Guardian, ‘How to build a...
March 24, 2017March 24, 2017
By Victoria Hoyle Central Station — Lavie Tidhar (PS Publishing) I entered into Central Station with few expectations. It was my...
March 23, 2017March 23, 2017
By Megan AM Good Morning, Midnight — Lily Brooks-Dalton (Wiedenfeld & Nicolson) Good Morning, Midnight is a bit of a shortlist...
March 22, 2017March 22, 2017
By David Hebblethwaite The Many Selves of Katherine North — Emma Geen (Bloomsbury) When she was young, Katherine North went on...
March 21, 2017March 21, 2017
By Nina Allan Fair Rebel — Steph Swainston (Gollancz) When discussing Steph Swainston’s fiction within the context of the Clarke Award,...
March 20, 2017March 20, 2017
By Jonathan McCalmont A Field Guide to Reality — Joanna Kavenna (Riverrun) Like most middle-class activities, book reviewing is constrained by...
March 17, 2017March 17, 2017
By Paul Kincaid * Azanian Bridges — Nick Wood (NewCon Press) If science fiction doesn’t make us look differently at our...
March 16, 2017March 16, 2017
By David Hebblethwaite The Gradual — Christopher Priest (Gollancz) We begin with a blank page: whether writing a novel or a...
March 15, 2017March 15, 2017
The Underground Railroad — Colson Whitehead (Fleet) The Underground Railroad is, perhaps, the best novel of 2016. I qualify that statement...
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